Partners to Lacrosse
Australian Sports Commission
The Australian Government is a strong supporter of Australian sport. The Australian Sports Commission (ASC) is the government body that develops, manages and invests in sport at all levels in Australia.
The ASC works closely with a range of sports, state and local governments, schools and community groups to ensure sport is well run and accessible so that everyone can participate and enjoy the benefits. It also works through the Australian Institute of Sport and state and territory institutes and academies, to develop Australia’s elite sportsmen and women.
The ASC strives to uphold the integrity of sport through innovative programs that promote ethical sporting practices and improve access to sporting quality opportunities for all Australians.
ASC funding enables the Australian Lacrosse Association to conduct the management of the sport through programs/initiatives:
- The development of a grass-roots level participation entry package
- The management of lacrosse across Australia
- The support of each of the state associations as applicable
- Conduct of national competition at Under15 for boys and girls, Under18 and Senior/Open levels for men and women
- Conduct of a National Conference covering Coaching, Officiating and management programs
- Alignment with international lacrosse organisations
ALA enjoys a working relationship with the Australian Sports Commission and values the contribution made to lacrosse in Australia through funding, consultation and provision of information, resources and materials.
Find out more about the Australian Sports Commission at www.ausport.gov.au.
Play by the Rules
The ASC advocates that sport should be inclusive, safe and fair. Visit Play by the Rules to find out what the ASC is doing to promote these initiatives.
Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (asada)
All Australian high performance teams are required to complete the ASADA online process.
ALA is currently updating the requirements of team personnel and officials with regard to the ASADA online process.
Visit the ASADA website here.
Our mission is clear: MAKE ALL ATHLETES BETTER
ALA is very pleased to have been associated with UA in an ongoing association for a number of years in relation to the ALA Women’s High Performance programs. UA have sponsored our Senior and Under19 Australian Teams as well as providing significant discounts to the Australian U23 teams (men and women).
This UA sponsorship of these teams has made a considerable contribution to the offset of costs, and is greatly appreciated by ALA along with the members of the relevant HP programs.
ALA is very pleased to have in place an alignment with the travel company called Acland Travel, which is located in Melbourne. Through Acland Travel we are able to have aspects of travel for the ALA Board and ALA High Performance programs organised with a rebate payable to ALA. This alignment is in the process of being extended to the ALA Member Associations to the benefit of those organisations.
LAMBTON MOUNT LACROSSE CLUB
ALA welcomes the Lambton Mount Lacrosse Club (LMLC) as an Associate Member of the Australian Lacrosse Association, and looks forward to a long and rewarding partnership.
This Club has been formed on a national basis with membership being made up of past players, supporters and anyone interested in any and all forms of lacrosse in Australia.
Membership of the Club is $25.00 per annum.
If you would like further information please contact:
Chair of the LMLC - John Nolan email@example.com
Secretary of the LMLC - Bill Gray firstname.lastname@example.org