OJALL to make sure players are heard

Ontario Junior ‘A’ Lacrosse League (OJALL)

By Josh Giles Writer The Ontario Junior ‘A’ Lacrosse League (OJALL) have formed a council to amplify players voices across the league. Making the announcement in a press release, it will be known as the Ontario Jr. A Lacrosse League Player Council and is made up of one player from every team. The league wants to make sure the players play a big part when the league gets back to playing again. “The plan is for this group to have an active role at the table with our Return to Play changes,” said OJALL board chair Jason Shuttlesworth. He said the league wants to make sure player’s voices are heard and that the league is getting feedback from the players before going forward with any decisions. The goal is to…

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