Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 1/14/16
Registration is open for CrosseFIRE clinics for girls in Grades 3 to 8 this Winter at Archbishop Carroll High in Radnor. CrosseFIRE Lacrosse is a leading indoor clinic program, featuring skill development and game instruction for female lacrosse players of all ability levels.
At each clinic, participants are guided through an intense workout of strategy and skill instruction. Coached, small-sided play allows for practice and implementation of emphasized skills and techniques.
Instruction is the primary focus of these clinics. A strong emphasis is placed on the development of good stickwork and techniques. The clinics are also one means by which players are identified for invitation into the PHANTASTIX Lacrosse Club, a travel/tournament lacrosse program for serious lacrosse players.
JoAnn Yusko and Sue Frazier, directors and head coaches of the PHANTASTIX Lacrosse teams, direct the CrosseFIRE program. For more information call: 610-640-0956 or 610-933-9049. Email: CrosseFIRELax@aol.com. Or check out website to get more info and application form/waiver at www.CrosseFIRELax.com.
REGISTRATION – Registrations are limited and are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. To reserve your place in any one clinic or combination of clinics mail a completed application and signed athletic waiver to: CAC, Inc., 2045 Grantham Road, Berwyn, PA 19312. Clinic confirmation will be emailed to all mail applicants who provide a valid email address.
CLINIC TIMES – Clinics ($40 per clinic or $110 for all three) are available to all girls in grades 3 to 8. Beginners as well as intermediate and advanced players will be challenged to take their skills to the next level. Clinics will be held between 10:30 AM and noon on selected Sundays at: Archbishop Carroll High School, 211 Matson Ford Road, Radnor, PA 19087
The clinics are one means by which players are identified for invitation into the PHANTASTIX Lacrosse Club, a travel/tournament lacrosse program for serious lacrosse players.
Clinics dates: Jan. 24; Feb. 7, 21, 10:30-noon
PROGRAM CONTENT & FEATURES
• 1-1/2 Hour workout per clinic
• Strong emphasis on skill development
• Advanced strategies & tactics
• Limited enrollment
• Regulation cages
• Special Indoor Balls
• Experienced Coaches ~ Including former World Cup players, US Team players, Division I All-Americans, College Players, & local high school coaches
Each participant is required to provide her own equipment ~ stick, sneakers, water bottle, mouthguard and protective eyewear. Additionally, goalies must have a goalkeeper stick, helmet with a face mask and throat protector, padded gloves and a chest protector. MOUTHGUARDS & EYEWEAR ARE MANDATORY for all players!