Registration is open for NWC (NorthWest Corner) U30 Summer Lacrosse.
NWC Men's High School and up (U30)
Open to all mens players moving up to 9th grade for 23-24 school year, and older
Registration and payment are required before stepping on the field.
"Pick-up" style, there are no coaches. Players show up, we throw sticks in a pile, split into two teams and play!
If we get a lot of players in a particular group, we go into 3 teams and do round-robin - 3 shorter games.
Games have a referee and representatives from LHYL/NWC are on hand to supervise.
Registration fee covers insurance, fields, paint, balls, referees, and custom NWC reversible pinnies.
Games go for 7-8 weeks with make-ups for rain-outs. Starts Tuesday, June 20.
Games are played at Bantam Civic Association field on Route 209 in Bantam, 6:15PM start.
Players MUST also be a member of US Lacrosse, valid thru August, ($35 for HS/U18, $55 for Over18) to cover insurance. If you already renewed/joined for your spring team, you are still covered. If the additional $ is a financial issue, email Jeff and we can work on registration fee.
All players receive a reversible pinnie that they keep. Also this summer, players have the opportunity to purchase shooter shirts and/or shorts. See link below.
Store closes MAY 24. https://nwclax23.itemorder.com/
Goalies are always needed and play for reduced fee. Any and all goalies interested in playing and in a free registration should contact Jeff Porter. Contact info below.
Note: These are not “elite” leagues playing other clubs, nor instructional clinics. They are designed as friendly, for-fun, summer games for rising high school athletes, college kids and adults of any skill level to have some fun, get a good workout in, and keep lax skills sharp. A referee will strictly enforce rules, particularly prohibiting "take-out" checks, unnecessary roughness, etc. Such activities will result in immediate expulsion from the program. All players must be in proper, legal equipment.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Jeff Porter;