Minto Cup
  • What: Junior A National Box Lacrosse Championship
  • When: August
  • Where: Either in British Columbia, Ontario or Alberta Canada
  • Founded: 1937
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Minto Cup Tournament Info

The Minto Cup is a Junior A National Box Lacrosse Championship in Canada.  Since 1937, the champions from Ontario, British Columbia and Alberta (New Addition) Junior A battle for the hardest lacrosse trophy to win.  It’s not an easy task to make a Junior A team and only three provinces in Canada have leagues.  Then you have to win the provincial champion which punches your ticket to the Minto Cup.  Once at the Minto, you will have to face 3 other high calibre teams (2 from hosting province then 1 from the others).  To top it off this can only be done between the ages of 16-21 (Maybe 22 soon we’ll see).

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Minto Cup Past Champions

  • 2019 – Orangeville Northmen
  • 2018 – Coquitlam Adanacs
  • 2017 – Six Nations Arrows
  • 2016 – Coquitlam Adanacs
  • 2015 – Six Nations Arrows
  • 2014 – Six Nations Arrows
  • 2013 – Whitby Warriors
  • 2012 – Orangeville Northmen
  • 2011 – Whitby Warriors
  • 2010 – Coquitlam Adanacs
  • 2009 – Orangeville Northmen
  • 2008 – Orangeville Northmen
  • 2007 – Six Nations Arrows
  • 2006 – Peterborough Lakers
  • 2005 – Burnaby Lakers
  • 2004 – Burnaby Lakers
  • 2003 – St Catharines Athletics
  • 2002 – Burnaby Lakers
  • 2001 – St. Catharines Athletics
  • 2000 – Burnaby Lakers
  • 1999 – Whitby Warriors
  • 1998 – Burnaby Lakers
  • 1997 – Whitby Warriors
  • 1996 – Orangeville Northmen
  • 1995 – Orangeville Northmen
  • 1994 – New Westminster Salmonbellies
  • 1993 – Orangeville Northmen
  • 1992 – Six Nations Arrows
  • 1991 – St. Catharines Athletics
  • 1990 – St. Catharines Atheltics
  • 1989 – Peterborough Maulers
  • 1988 – Victoria-Esquimalt Legion
  • 1987 – Peterborough Maulers
  • 1987 – Peterborough Maulers
  • 1985 – Whitby Warriors
  • 1984 – Whitby Warriors
  • 1983 – Peterborough James Gang
  • 1982 – Peterborough James Gang
  • 1981 – Peterborough James Gang

 

  • 1980 – Whitby CBC Builders
  • 1979 – Burnaby Cablevision
  • 1978 – Burnaby Cablevision
  • 1977 – Burnaby Cablevision
  • 1976 – Victoria MacDonalds
  • 1975 – Peterborough Gray-Munros
  • 1974 – Peterborough PCO’s
  • 1973 – Peterborough PCO’s
  • 1972 – Peterborough PCO’s
  • 1971 – Richmond Roadrunners
  • 1970 – Lakeshore Maple Leafs
  • 1969 – Oshawa Green Gaels
  • 1968 – Oshawa Green Gaels
  • 1967 – Oshawa Green Gaels
  • 1966 – Oshawa Green Gaels
  • 1965 – Oshawa Green Gaels
  • 1964 – Oshawa Green Gaels
  • 1963 – Oshawa Green Gaels
  • 1962 – Victoria Shamrocks
  • 1961 – Hastings Legionnaires
  • 1960 – New Westminster Salmonbellies
  • 1959 – Brampton ABC’s
  • 1958 – Brampton ABC’s
  • 1957 – Brampton ABC’s
  • 1956 – Mount Pleasant No.177 Legionnaires
  • 1955 – Long Branch Monarchs
  • 1954 – Vancouver PNE Junior Indians
  • 1953 – New Westminster Salmonacs
  • 1952 – Brampton Excelsiors
  • 1951 – Mimico Mountaineers
  • 1950 – St. Catharines Athletics
  • 1949 – Vancouver Norburn Eagletime
  • 1948 – Vancouver Burrards
  • 1947 – St. CAtharines Athletics
  • 1941 -1946 – no competition
  • 1940 – Ontario All-Stars
  • 1939 – N/A
  • 1938 – Mimico Mountaineers
  • 1937 – Orillia Terriers
Minto Cup

2019 Minto Cup Champions – Orangeville Northmen