OJALL announces new rule changes

The OJALL have adapted and changed their mindset to help their kids get to the next level.

The Ontario Junior ‘A’ Lacrosse League (OJALL) under new Commissioner Mark Grimes, have shifted their direction to some new rule changes to get them more in line with the National Lacrosse League (NLL). The rule changes will be implemented immediately and hopefully seen in action this summer. The OJALL made the announcement on Thursday, May 27. “Commissioner Mark Grimes, who has been tasked with modernizing the league, recently met with Derek Keenan, Paul Day, Eddie Comeau and newly appointed advisor Ian Garrison to discuss a recommendation on National Lacrosse League rule adaptations that would be a fit for Junior ‘A’ lacrosse.” They had a meeting late Wednesday night to discuss, and finalize the changes in place. Those changes are a four-second count to vacate the crease, an eight-second count to…

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