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2018 OJMFLL Championship Day

Orangeville Generals are crowned the 2018 'A' Division Champions.

The 2018 'A' Division Champions: Orangeville Generals

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Championship Day: Sunday, October 28 at Civic Fields Stadium in Oshawa.

The Orangeville Generals captured the 'A' Division Championship with a strong effort in the Final game over the Kitchener-Waterloo (KW) United with a 9-5 win. 

This is the 5th 'A' Division Championship for the Generals (1991, 1992, 2002, 2012). The win caps off an undefeated season for the Generals who finished off the regular season with 8 wins and 2 ties.

The K-W United club punched their ticket to the final game with an upset win over the favoured Oshawa Blue Knights, who also sported an undefeated record of 8-0-2 going into the semi-final game.

Over in the'B' Division, the Brampton Excelsiors hoisted the 'B' Division Trophy with a thrilling win over the Toronto Stars.

Results

'A' Division

Semi Final game: KW United (8) over Oshawa Blue Knights (5).

Finals: Orangeville Generals (9) over KW United (5).

'B' Division

Semi Final game: Toronto Stars (13) over Burlington Cannons (5)

Finals: Brampton Excelsiors (11) over Toronto Stars (7)

https://www.ojmfll.com/page/show/53148-previous-years-results

C Division Playoffs

Sunday, October 29, 2017. Oshawa Civic Fields 

Round Robin Games 

12:30pm:  Oshawa II (4) over Toronto Beaches (3)

1:20pm: Burlington (3) over Oshawa II (2)

2:10pm: Toronto Beaches (7) over Burlington (1)

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: Toronto Beaches (8) over Oshawa II (5)

 

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The Ontario Junior Men's Field Lacrosse League (OJMFLL) began in 1980 with 3 Ontario teams. The teams that started the League were Oshawa, St. Catharines, and Toronto.

Since that inception, that League has grown from 3 teams to 24 teams, with interest from centres from all over Ontario. Major growth points for the League were in 1988 with the beginning of the World Championships and in 1995 when lacrosse began a significant growth point in Ontario. For 2010, we welcome Orillia as a new entry to play this season.