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Summer Basketball Programs

Great for all skill levels

Cornwall Lions Basketball Club

The Cornwall Lions Basketball Club offers  a platform for enthusiastic  youth in the SD&G  to learn the fundamentals of the game of basketball.   We are dedicated  to players of all  skill levels and offer a fantastic opportunity for youth between the ages of 4-17 to get involved in recreational basketball.

House League 

 Players  dive into the sport of Basketball and enjoy the fun, dynamic exercise it offers. Though not as competitive as the travelling teams, this recreation league is still quite engaging.

Travelling Team 

The Cornwall Lions travelling teams represent the competitive side of our organization. Travelling throughout Eastern Ontario, these players get to compete at a high level. While a bigger commitment than the house league, travelling team play fosters personal and interpersonal development at a more competitive level.


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House League Season Registration

CUCBA House League Season will open up registration on August 1st,  2022 online. In-Person dates TBA 

 Hope to see you on the court! 


If you still haven't received a full refund from House League 2021- 2022 season please reach out to CUCBA for your full refund 

Travel Team Information




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Summer Basketball Programs

Great for all levels

2022-2023 Travel Season

CUCBA Travel Team Tryout Registration will open up on August 1st,  2022 online. In-Person dates TBA 

 Hope to see you on the court! Let's Go Lions! 


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Sponsored by Active Sport Physiotherapy Clinic

Active Sport Physiotherapy Clinic

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Thank you for your generous donation! 

Thank You for supporting our 2021-2022 season

Thank you For your Support

Sponsored by Rotary Club of Cornwall Sunrise

Rotary Club of Cornwall Sunrise

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Sponsored by Menard & Robertson

Menard & Robertson

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HUGE Thank you to our  sponsor Menard & Robertson Custom Homes & Renovations  for supporting The Cornwall Lions Basketball Club 2021-2022 Season 

Thank You To Our Sponsor Menard & Robertson

Cornwall Lions BasketBall extend a heartfelt gratitude towards Terra Financial generous donation

This season would not have been possible without your humble and kind support

Cornwall Lions / COVID vaccination policy

Cornwall Lions / COVID vaccination policy


Due to the recent Government of Ontario Announcement and all of our facilities requiring both athletes and attendees to be fully vaccinated in order to gain access, the Cornwall United Counties Basketball Association (CUCBA) will be implementing the following Return to Play Policy.  

All athletes, coaches, volunteers, and visitors born in 2009 or earlier will be required to provide proof of one of the following in order to access the facility:

A) full vaccination (two doses plus 14-day waiting period)

B) Be 12 years of age or under (see below)

Valid Vaccine Documents are as follows:

1) Proof of Vaccination in Ontario:

- People vaccinated in Ontario should receive an email and/or hard copy of confirmation from the Ministry of Health shortly after their dose.

Failing to have that email or document, Ontario residents with a green health card can log in to and obtain a document there.

Failing being able to log in to that site, you can call the Ministry of Health at 1-888-999-6488 and request a document.

NOTE: Most of these documents state which dose number it is for. If you have both doses, you only need to show the one stating that it is a second dose.

2) Proof of Vaccination in other jurisdictions:

- You can bring letters/receipts of vaccination from other jurisdictions. 

Our volunteers may need to run those by our Executive team.

PLEASE NOTE: Proof of any of the previously mentioned documents will be required for each event.  As vaccine documents contain personal health information, we will not be storing a copy of these documents within the club and we may be asked to provide this proof to our facilities at any event.


The CUCBA has instituted an application process for an exception to play without vaccination. Please contact CUCBA President Troy St. Germain at for this. These exceptions will be considered for medical or religious/creed reasons. The CUCBA will comply with the Ontario Human Rights Code (OHRC) and provide accommodation to any Affected Person who is unable to be vaccinated for substantiated medical reasons and/or on grounds protected under the OHRC. 

Should an individual be allergic or have suffered an allergic reaction to a component of the vaccine, a letter from an allergist or immunologist will be required. 

Any other events (ie myocarditis or pericarditis) will also require a letter from a Health Care Professional clearing them for play.

The CUCBA reserves the right to have accommodation medical documentation reviewed by applicable medical specialists and to make appropriate inquiries to verify the authenticity of a creed/religion-based claim. 

Any athlete, coach, volunteer, and/or visitor who qualifies under this criteria will be required to:

1) Provide a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours prior to each activity

2) Wear a mask entering any facility the CUCBA will be attending 

If an Affected Person cannot provide the League or their Organization with satisfactory evidence of vaccination, the following will be taken into consideration by the CUCBA: 

• The Affected Person’s reason for not being vaccinated; and 

• Documentation to substantiate a medical or protected ground reason for not being vaccinated. 

For athletes who were born in or after 2010 and therefore not eligible to be vaccinated, they will not be required to show proof of vaccination. For these cohorts, players and coaches will be required to wear masks during play. As younger cohorts become eligible for vaccination, we will issue further communication.

Where accommodation is not possible, the Affected Person will not be permitted to be involved in any Sanctioned Activity for the duration of the pandemic or until such time that COVID-19 no longer poses a significant public health risk. 

We are eager to return to play and at the same time, we need to make the health and safety of each participant our main priority. We continue to monitor the public health situation and recognize that more transmissible and dangerous variants of concern are contributing to the fourth wave of COVID-19 infections.