The Langley Stealth will be training and scrimmaging at the Langley Events Centre during their annual training camp.

Training underway for Stealth team

Locals can watch Stealth scrimmages at the LEC.

The Vancouver Stealth’s training camp will open this month and run until the end of the year.

Training for the 40-member lacrosse team starts on Nov. 19th, with the big roster cut-down behind held on Thursday, Dec. 15.

That will reduce the team to 20 active players and four on the practice roster.

“We are looking forward to a fast-paced highly competitive camp where we will be evaluating every position,” said Stealth head coach Jamie Batley. “Our team will play an extremely up tempo style and we need to identify players who can play at that pace.”

The weekend training sessions will take place at the Langley Events Centre’s Fieldhouse and will be open and free to the public.

Sessions take place:

• Nov. 19, 9-11 a.m. and 6-8 p.m.

• Nov. 20, 9-11 a.m.

• Dec. 3, 9-11 a.m. and 6-8 p.m.

• Dec. 4, 9-11 a.m.

• Dec. 10, 9-11 a.m. and 6-8 p.m.

• Dec. 11, 9-11 a.m.

• Dec. 18, 9-11 a.m.

• Dec 30-31, times pending.

The Stealth will host two pre-season scrimmages including against the Calgary Roughnecks on Dec. 3 at 7 p.m. and against the NLL Champions Saskatchewan Rush at 9 a.m. on Dec. 4.

In addition to the two Stealth friendlies, the Langley Events Centre will play host to two other scrimmages over the same weekend with Saskatchewan taking on Colorado and the Roughnecks competing against the Mammoth.

For more information, visit


Just Posted

VIDEO – UPDATED: Cloverdale’s cancer fundraising country concert surpasses the mark

Organizers confirmed Sunday night that Gone Country - Here for the Cure raised more than $651,000.

Langley, Nelson, Abbotsford riders takes top spots in horse vaulting at BC Games

This weekend, athletes took to the Cowichan to deliver their best poses on horseback

2018 Aldergrove Fair photo gallery

Good times from pony rides and petting zoo to free MainStage concerts

Letter: Save the little forested area in Murrayville

A Langley letter writer is concerned development will mean the loss of greenspace.

54-40 thrills Aldergrove Fair crowd: VIDEO

54-40 were joined on stage by the band members’ dancing children, the “Aldergrove Rockettes”

BC Games: Day 3 wrap and closing ceremonies

The torch in the Cowichan Valley has been extinguished as Fort St. John gets ready to host the 2020 BC Winter Games

Police confirm girl, 8 others injured in Toronto shooting; shooter dead

Paramedics said many of the victims in Danforth, including a child, were rushed to trauma centres

Why do they do it? Coaches guide kids to wins, personal bests at the BC Games

Behind the 2,300 B.C. athletes are the 450 coaches who dedicate time to help train, compete

Gold medallists at BC Games only trained together for 1 day

Ryan Goudron, Nathan Chan, Owen Pinto and Praise Aniamaka from Zone 4 - Fraser River ran together for the first time

Five taken to hospital after one of two Coquihalla accidents

One airlifted in critical condition, four taken via ambulance in stable condition

Government sets full-time salary range for Justin Trudeau’s nanny

At its top range, the order works out to a rate of $21.79 per hour, assuming a 40-hour work week

Lower Mainland teams battle for baseball gold at BC Games

Vancouver Coastal squeaked out a 3-2 win against Fraser Valley

Canada to resettle dozens of White Helmets and their families from Syria

There are fears the volunteers would become a target for government troops

Francesco Molinari wins British Open at Carnoustie

It is his first win at a major and the first by an Italian

Most Read