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Trashcan Lacrosse has openings for 3rd through 6th graders for summer club season

Friday, 23rd March 2012

Categories Boy's/Men's, Club, Events, Youth, Posted 3/23/12

Trashcan Lacrosse Club, the youth division of NXT Lacrosse Club, is fielding Summer 2012 club teams for third through eighth grade boys.

Trashcan has some limited availability for additional players from third through sixth grade and is holding a free info and orientation session for all interested players and families at Episcopal Academy on Sunday, April 1 from noon-1:30. The session will be a chance for interested players to meet and work with our coaching staff, and for parents to go over the summer schedule and get more information about thee program. Interested families may pre-register for the session at

The Summer 2012 Club Season will consist of 10-12 weekly practices on the stadium turf field at Episcopal Academy beginning the week of May 14. The Trashcan Club Teams will play the following summer tournament schedule:
8th Grade Team (2016s)
• Summer Slam, Newtown Square & West Chester, PA. June 23-24.
• The Crab Feast, Baltimore, MD. July 7-8.
• The Jersey Shootout, Metuchen, NJ. July 14-15.
5th, 6th and 7th Grade Teams (2017s, 2018s and 2019s)
• Blue Hen Tournament, Newark, DE. June 16-17.
• Summer Slam, Newtown Square & West Chester, PA. June 23-24.
• The Jersey Shootout, Metuchen, NJ. July 14-15.

The cost of the Trashcan Summer Club Program for 5th through 8th graders is $750.

Trashcan Lacrosse Club is also fielding a team for 3rd and 4th graders. That team will practice weekly and will play in one tournament, the Summer Slam, Newtown Square and West Chester, PA, June 23-24, 2012. The cost of the 3rd/4th grade program is $400.

All players will also receive a full Trashcan Lacrosse Club uniform included with the cost of the program.

For more information about the Trashcan Lacrosse Club go to


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