Provincial

2018 Jr.a provincial champions 
gold - Okotoks Raiders 
Silver - Calgary Mountaineers

2017 Provincial Champions
Gold - Okotoks Junior A Raiders
Silver - Calgary Junior A Mountaineers

2016 Provincial Champions
Gold - Calgary Jr. A Mountaineers
Silver - Okotoks Jr. A Raiders

2015 Provincial Champions
Gold - Okotoks Jr. A Raiders
Silver - Calgary Jr. A Mountaineers

2014 Alberta Champions
Gold - Calgary Jr. A Mountaineers
Silver - Okotoks Jr. A Raiders

2013 Alberta Champions
Gold - Okotoks Jr. A Raiders
Silver - Calgary Jr. A Mountaineers

2012 ALA Provincial Winners
Gold - Calgary Mountaineers
Silver - Okotoks Raiders

2011 ALA Provincial Winners
Gold - Okotoks Jr. A Raiders
Silver - Edmonton Eclipse

2010 ALA Provincial Winners
Gold: Okotoks Jr. A Raiders
Silver: Calgary Jr. A Mounties

2009 ALA Provincial Winners
Gold: Edmonton Eclipse
Silver: Okotoks Jr. Raiders

2008 ALA Provincial Winners
Gold: Edmonton Miners
Silver: Edmonton Eclipse

2007 ALA Provincial Winners 
Gold: Edmonton Miners
Silver: Edmonton Eclipse

2006 ALA Provincial Winners
Gold: Edmonton Miners
Silver: Calgary Raiders

2005 ALA Provincial Winners 
Gold: Calgary Raiders
Silver: Edmonton Miners

2004 ALA Provincial Winners
Gold: Edmonton Miners
Silver: Calgary Raiders

2003 ALA Provincial Winners (Inaugural Season)
Gold: Edmonton Miners
Silver: Calgary Raiders

Nationals

Minto Cup

The Minto Cup is a beautiful silver cup donated by Lord Minto on May 31, 1901, for competition among the Lacrosse teams in the Dominion. Lord Minto was Governor General of Canada at the time. The amateur status of the competition continued until 1904.

 

The cup was placed under control of trustees and in possession of C.A. Welsh, of New Westminster, B.C., the last surviving trustee. When he died, the present Lord Minto of England, whose father donated the cup, was informed of the circumstances. He officially transferred the Minto cup to the care and management of the Canadian Lacrosse Association, who placed it into competition for the Junior Championship of Canada.

The Duke and Duchess of York (later King George V and Queen Mary) were present at the first game played for the Minto Cup between the Capitals of Ottawa and Cornwall in 1901. It continued as a Senior Championship until 1934.

When the Minto Cup was originally place into Junior competition in 1937, All-Star teams were built around Provincial Championship teams. This practice was soon discontinued and in 1960 the trophy became emblematic of the Canadian Junior “A” Championship.

 

Jim McConaghy Memorial Award – In 1963, Les Gilmour donated a medal in recognition of Jim McConaghy’s long and faithful contribution to the game of Lacrosse. It is presented to the outstanding player during each Minto cup Series. Since 1990, Josten’s Canada Limited has donated a 10K gold ring as the award.