Tuesday evening training resumes on Tuesday 19th September 2017 on the astro at Stantonbury Campus.
8:00pm – 9:30pm
Stantonbury Leisure Centre
Nearest parking on Soskin Drive, MK14 6DT (see map)
Astroturf pitch (flat shoes recommended, no screw-in studded boots)
Training will run in two 12-week blocks with a short pause over Christmas and New Year. The second block of 12-weeks will start on Tuesday 9th January 2018.
Training is mixed, i.e. men, women, boys and girls. The suggested minimum age is 14 years but younger players are welcome if they, and parent/guardian, are happy to train with adults. We run through training drills as a group, but also split into separate gender groups to work on the specifics of the men’s and women’s game.
Training starts at 8pm on the concrete tennis court area beside the astro. Here we warm-up and go through basic stick skills. At 8:30pm we move onto the astro, fully warmed up and ready to run.
Training Costs – Seniors
Any senior player new to lacrosse can attend their first training session for free.
£5 per session, or paid in advance at; £25 for 6 sessions (1 x free), £50 for 12 sessions (2 x free) or £100 for all 24 sessions (4 x free). Payment can be via cheque, cash or bank transfer, with details available from the club treasurer.
Training Costs – Under 16’s
Any junior player new to lacrosse can attend their first training session for free.
£3 per session, or paid in advance at; £15 for 6 sessions (1 x free), £30 for 12 sessions (2 x free) or £60 for all 24 sessions (4 x free). Payment can be via cheque, cash or bank transfer, with details available from the club treasurer.
Training will be led by club coach, Rob Gooch, supported by assistant coach, Chris Webborn, and the men’s and women’s team captains.
Specific lacrosse equipment will be available at every training session for those without. For women this is a lacrosse stick. For men in addition to a lacrosse stick, a helmet, gloves and arm pads.
Please bring appropriate shoes for the astro (no studs) and clothing appropriate to the weather. You’ll get warm playing lacrosse so bring layers to take on/off as required.
Mouth guards are mandatory for men’s games so please bring to training.
Mouth guards are highly recommended for the women’s game. In colder weather bring grippy gloves. Cycling gloves are ideal. These keep you hands warm and give a little protection if a ball accidentally hits your hand.