The NJJLL will again be hosting two free rules
clinics for coaches to go over the NJJLL / US Lacrosse Youth rules.
These meetings are optional, but they are a great way to get the most current information about our 2018 season. This meeting is not the same as the US Lacrosse Level 1 clinics that head coaches are required to attend.
Topics that will be covered include:
There will be two sessions available:
There is no cost and you do not need to register; each session shall be about 90 minutes.
The new 2018 rules scorecard will be available to the programs that attend.
We will again be offering local rules meeting to any program that wishes to host a meeting. The topics covered are exactly the same as listed above. You may also invite parents to your local meeting if you wish for them to learn about the rules of youth lacrosse. The cost for this is $75. These meeting can be held anytime between now and late March.
If interested please email me at email@example.com with the dates you would like to host your meeting. Please provide a few dates if possible.
These rules meetings are not mandatory, but they are a great way to get the most current information about our 2018 season. This meeting is not the same as the US Lacrosse Level 1 clinics that head coaches are required to attend.
FOR 2018, ALL STICKS THAT WERE LEGAL IN 2017 CAN STILL BE USED.
The 4" shooting string restriction is in place for 7th and 8th grades.
For High School starting this season:
Please read this article about a huge rule change as it relates to what sticks will be legal for the 2018 season. http://www.nfhs.org/sports-resource-content/boys-lacrosse-rules-changes-2016
Please advise your parents so they can make an informed decision should they need to replace a stick in the future.
Progams Directors may enter thier 2017 games at this time.
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For more information go to: http://www.cdc.gov/concussion/HeadsUp/youth.html