Registration is now open!

New players welcome in all divisions Womens, mens, girls and boys.

Please click the link to register.

Registration payment can be made online using direct debit or in person at the club (cash and EFT). Fees for 2017 are the same as last year:
Seniors $372
U17 $267
U15 $233
U13 $207
U11 $197

Upon registration, an initial payment of $100 for seniors and $50 juniors is due and payable.

Full fees are required prior to round 3, unless a payment plan has been arranged with our treasurer, Marnie Wadsworth. Players will be ineligible to play if payment or payment plan is not in place. Ineligible players participating in the LV competition will risk forfeiture of their game.


We have several new items of merchandise available including a new hoodie, some soft shell jackets and t-shirts. Samples are available to try on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings until 29 March at the Club. Ladies cuts are available in the Soft Shell Jackets (tapered in at the waist) and Casual Tees (tapered at the waist and capped sleeves).

The Club is aiming to have all gear delivered as close to the start of the season as possible so all orders and payment will need to be placed by 30 March, 2017.

Order Here:

Note: only colours on order form available for T-shirts.

2017 ELC International Player – Ryan Dietterle

Ryan Dietterle has played both field lacrosse and box in Nainaimo, British Columbia, Canada since the age of 12. He has 16 years of lacrosse experience, having played minor field and box lacrosse in Parksville, a year of field at College at Lindenwood University, and Senior Box for the Nanaimo Timbermen.

Name: Ryan Dietterle
Nickname: Deets
Age: 29
Height: 6’4″
Weight: 118kg
Position: Attack / midfield
Handed: Left handed
Work: Youth support
Hobbies: Squash & Golf
From: Nanaimo, BC, Canada
Arrival: 15th February, 2017

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2017 ELC International Player – Jake Parker

Jake Parker was selected for the England Under 19 Team last year and is passionate about his lacrosse. Jake is a laid back guy, who is excited for the opportunity to play at Eltham.

Name: Jake Parker
Nickname: Don’t have one
Age: 18
Height: 5 ft 9
Weight: 70 kg
Position: Attack/midfield
Handed: Right
Work: Machine operator in a paper mill
Hobbies: Gym, PS4, Lacrosse (obviously), going out with my mates, music festivals, snowboarding,
From: Romiley, Stockport, England
Arrival: Mid-March, 2017

Jake Parker

Perfect season ends perfectly

The Eltham Lacrosse Club under 13 boys team hadn’t lost a game all season, and had no intention of changing that trend in the Grand Final on Saturday.

After Surrey Park scored a quick opening goal of the game, it was clear there were grand final nerves, but luckily for the Panthers they were more in the crowd then with the players themselves. They settled down quickly and resumed the game plan under the guidance of coach Jai Arambatsis. The frantic opening minutes gave way to some good strong possession by the Eltham team, and it was the last time the Parkers would hold the lead, as Eltham scored twice in the opening frame to hold a one goal lead before Surrey equalized with a late goal of their own.

The second quarter saw Eltham with the majority of possession, and were unlucky to not find the back of the goal more often, however the Surrey Park goalie made big saves and came out aggressively to challenge the shooters. Ethan Sprakel, Connor Ellis and Brayden Parker continued to keep up the running intensity and pressure on the Surrey team, allowing the bigger Eltham attackers to step up. Marcus Arambatsis took advantage of his teams hard work, scoring his second and third goals of the day, while Mitchell Wadsworth scored his second to give the black and gold a 5-3 lead at the long break.

The dominance of possession continued in the third, and it looked like Eltham would blow the game out when Wadswoth scored his 3rd and Marcus Bottrell his first, but Surrey would not lie down. Against the run of play they scored 2 goals of their own to keep in touch, and their Grand Final dreams alive. The frantic pace meant substitutions happened quickly, but with some difficulty as there was never a lull in play for the coaches to really work their benches. Turin Zobel, Archie McIntyre and William McBeath all played their roles for the team as the rotations continued, before the end of the third quarter say Eltham still holding a slender 2 goal lead.

The fourth quarter was a back and forth affair as both teams pushed hard into offense searching for goals. However both defences and goalies made strong saves to keep the shooters frustrated and tensions high. Brodie Hoyle held his nerve in goals, while he was supported by strong defense from Cooper Giann, Finn Clayton and Connor Warnock.

It was only a matter of time before one team must give way, and when Will McIntosh and Toby Templeton scored their first goals of the game, it was all but over. Time ran out for Surrey as they scored one final goal, but it wasn’t enough as Eltham headed towards their 16th and final win.

Will McIntosh scores the sealer under heavy pressure

Will McIntosh scores the sealer under heavy pressure

The captain and star of the Eltham team, Ethan Buchanan, was a workhorse across the ground all day. From winning the face-offs, to solid defense and fast-break transition down the field, he did it all. Although this could be misconstrued as selfish play, nothing highlights his team-first attitude as well as the five assists he gave to his scoring teammates. Although he didn’t find the back of the net himself, he was clearly best on ground for the premiers as the closed out their perfect season with a 9-6 win.

Ethan Buchanan clears the ball for Eltham

Ethan Buchanan clears the ball for Eltham

The win was a great start to the day for Eltham, who hosted the whole round of finals at Eltham Lower Park on behalf of Lacrosse Victoria. It drew large crowds for the 7 games, including state MP Vicki Ward, and Federal MP Jenny Macklin who are both long-time supporters of the Eltham Lacrosse Club.

The team celebrates its perfect season

The team celebrates its perfect season