Training & Term Dates

Latest News:  Guide to Start of Season Posted on 04/09/2020
Latest News:  Training Saturday 5 September Posted on 03/09/2020
Latest News:  Club Covid19 Policy and Risk Register now available Posted on 22/08/2020
Latest News:  2020-21 Season Opens 5 September Posted on 10/08/2020
Latest News:  CRSA End of Season Newsletter Posted on 14/04/2020

The First Team is largely comprised of players aged 15 - 18 (Years 11 - 13) who have moved up from the Junior section, although we welcome players of any age.

 

First Team training information

Training Times

Our Firsts Coach Schyler Neale accompanies, coaches and manages the Firsts at their Division One matches on Sundays. Schyler has played college lacrosse in the USA as well as playing for Team Ireland.  Firsts Training is also available on Saturdays. The Firsts Team Manager will assist with all timings etc for that session.

Term Dates

The term dates for the First Team are the same as for all other age groups.  You can see the term dates here.

First Team

The team is entered into the South East League Division One. League matches will be played on Sunday mornings and home fixtures will be played on our pitch on the Covenham Grounds.

For more about our coaches and committee members, click here.

See the Fixtures page for a list of scheduled matches to date.

Lacrosse career development

Duke of Edinburgh Awards and GCSE in Physical Education

We are able to provide volunteering opportunities for Duke of Edinburgh Awards (at Saturday training or helping coach at matches) and assist with GCSE Physical Education in areas such as performance evaluation, skills development and organising abilities. If your daughter is undertaking or considering either of these (or something similar), please do get in touch and we would be delighted to help.

Coaching and Umpiring Qualifications

We are able to organise for the girls to take both umpiring and coaching qualifications. This is an excellent way of helping them improve their game but also means that they are able to work in the summer holidays at a wide selection of lacrosse camps as they get older. These additional qualifications will help build their CVs and provide them with a pathway to fun and exciting work opportunities.

Find out more

University choices
 

As a new initiative, we are going to provide information to members on universities that have a focus on playing lacrosse. The British Universities and Colleges Sports League (BUCS) for Women’s Lacrosse shows league positions by university.