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Scoop Lacrosse announces developmental instructional programs for boys aged 4-to-11 at Shipley School

Friday, 18th October 2013

Categories Boy's/Men's, Clinics, Events, Youth  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 10/18/13

Scoop Boys’ Lacrosse, in Association with Filia Sports (www.filiasports.org), announces Winter Indoor Stickwork At The Shipley School with The Shipley School coaching staff.Scptt Lacrosse

Dates: January 19, 26, February 2, 9, & 23

The program is directed and run by The Shipley School Boys’ Varsity Lacrosse Coaches and Athletic Director, Mark Duncan
Yarnall Gymnasium at Shipley School (www.shipleyschool.org), 829 Montgomery Ave., Bryn Mawr, PA 19010.

Click here to register for Scoop Boys’ Lacrosse events.


The details:

SCOOP: 4.5 – 6 Yr olds
9:45 – 10:30 am
$90
No stick or equipment needed.

Boys brand new to lacrosse will be taught the basic fundamentals of the game: scooping, cradling, throwing, catching and shooting using the plastic scoop sticks and balls. Lots of fun drills and games will keep them moving through high energy 45 minute sessions.

Beginner Stick Skills: 6-8 Yr Olds

9:45 – 10:45 am
$105
Please bring your own stick. No equipment needed.

Beginner Stick Skills is for boys who have had minimum exposure to lacrosse. They will work in small group settings on the fundamental aspects of the game. 3 v 3 play will be introduced as a fun way to learn game strategy. They will be taught using pinky balls and regulation sticks cut down to their size.

Intermediate Stick Skills 9 – 11 Yr Olds
10:45 – 11:45 am
$105
Please bring your own stick. No equipment needed.

This program is for boys looking to hone their stick skills through maximum reps and comprehensive instruction. Using the entire gym space and large goals, participants will apply their fundamental skills during drills and game situations. They will be taught using pinky balls and regulation sticks cut down to their size.

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