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CVLA honours coaches and players during its annual general meeting

Derek Harris receives his senior referee award for the Cowichan Valley Lacrosse Association from Gina Jung. - submitted
Derek Harris receives his senior referee award for the Cowichan Valley Lacrosse Association from Gina Jung.
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The Cowichan Valley Lacrosse Association presented numerous awards during its annual general meeting.

Derek Harris received the senior referee award and Colton Lidstone got the top junior referee award while Dale Nordstrom won for recreation coach, Lorne Winship for competitive coach, and Adam Golia and Luke Frost for top graduating midgets. Don Rorison previously received a BCLA President’s Award.

Winners of the most inspirational player awards were: Chris Cassorla (Midget C), Cameron Walsh (Midget B), Stephen Crowther (Midget A), Kyle McDill (Bantam C), Kelly Slater (Bantam B2), Rory Neligan (Bantam B1), Mathieu Jung (Bantam A), Kahlil Fontana (Peewee C), Kirk Whittaker (Peewee B), Dawson Webb (Peewee A) and Cameron Lumb (Novice Intermediate).

The CVLA is looking forward to the 2013 season.

Drop-in sessions start in January. Registration also takes place in January.

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