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Free Fall Clinic

Fall Lacrosse Skills and Learn to Play Clinics for Boys and Girls

Wilmington Lacrosse will be hosting 2 FREE no contact skills/learn to play clinics this fall run by current WYLA Coaches and MBYLL and Storm Lacrosse.  Any child currently in Kindergarten through 8th grade is eligible and welcome to participate. 

Players will only need a face covering to participate.  Sticks will be provided for use during the clinic or players may bring their own.  No bags on the field please.

 

Clinic Information: Please register separately for each date

Location:  Yentile Field

When: Sunday October 25th from 4-5pm (if this session fills up we will consider opening up a 2nd session from  5-6pm)  

          Sunday November 1st from 4-5pm (if this session fills up we will consider opening up a 2nd session from 5-6pm)

REGISTER ON OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.WILMINGTONLAX.COM 

 

Prior to Practice 
1.) Players must be registered prior to each clinic *Attendance will be tracked ** 
2.)  If players (or anyone in their household) has symptoms they are required to stay home.
3.) Any athlete, parent or coach who experiences illness, fever or symptoms of COVID-19 should not attend our events. 
4.) Athletes or staff who traveled via public transportation, who had contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19, or who have traveled internationally should not attend our events for 14 days. 

Session Format  
1.) There will be a maximum of 25 players on each field. 
2.) All players must wear a mask.
3.) Parents and guardians all must wear a mask.  
4.) We ask that parents stay socially distant from each other, our athletes and our coaches while attending our activities. 
5.) Athletes must bring their own LABELED water and should not share water bottles. 
6.) There will be no high-fives, hand shakes or huddles.
7.) Athletes should not touch each others equipment, water bottles, etc.  
8.) Athletes should NOT pick up balls with their hands.  
9.)  Coaches and staff will keep a 6-foot distance from parents and athletes.  They will wear masks in situations when that is not possible.