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Registration opens for Chapter Challenge youth festival for boys, girls on April 30, May 1

Friday, 26th February 2016

Categories Boy's/Men's, Events, Girl's/Women's, Tournaments, Youth  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 2/26/16
From Press Release

Registration is now open for the Chapter Challenge™, a youth lacrosse festival for boys and girls that features good competition and family/team camaraderie on the pristine, picturesque and spacious grounds of the Brandywine Polo Club (Chester County, PA). The event, set for April 30 and May 1, will feature close to 80 teams.cc

Highlights
• Multiple Brackets: 2 or more brackets per division; “club” brackets organized based on interest
o Full checking option for U15A elite girls brackets, subject to interest/qualifications
• 3 Games (40 minutes each) / Certified Officials
o Family friendly schedule – 1 game on, 1 game off (1/2 day of play; morning OR afternoon schedule)
• Take Advantage of “Early Bird Special” (multiple team discounts available)
• Professionally Staged Tournament Fields / Festive Setting

Click here to register

o The Chapter Challenge is run by Heritage Lacrosse, which operates Liberty Lacrosse Shootout™, Patriot Games™ and other popular events
o The focus is on fun, atmosphere, community and the player/coach/parent experience! Click here, see for yourself).

• Dates of Play:
 Saturday, April 30, 2016 (teams play either in morning or afternoon shifts) Boys U9 A/B/Club (1/2nd grade)
 Boys U11 A/B/Club) 3/4th grade)
 Boys U13 A/B/Club (5/6th grade)
 Boys U15 (Club/Travel – 2020/2021)
o Sunday, May 1, 2016 (teams play either in morning or afternoon, not all day)
 Boys U15 A/B – Morning (7/8th grade)
 Girls U11 (3/4th grade)
 Girls U13 (5/6th grade)
 Girls U15 (7th/8th grade)

• Support the HEADstring Project): Every year teams accept the “Challenge” and collect used sticks and bring them to the Chapter Challenge to be given new life. The Philadelphia Lacrosse Association (local chapter of US Lacrosse) arranges for sticks to be restrung and donated to support lacrosse in Philadelphia and other lacrosse frontiers, furthering diversity/inclusion in the sport. Help the cause!!


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