Junior Teams

We provide a friendly and supportive environment for both new and experienced junior players to develop their lacrosse skills & team work.

 

We have teams available in all junior age groups playing in the Lacrosse SA field lacrosse season, from April to September. This includes:

  • U8   (mixed)

  • U11 (boys and girls)

  • U13 (boys and girls)

  • U15 (boys and girls)

  • U17 (boys)

  • U18 (girls)

PLEASE NOTE: 
As our season is currently over, there is no training scheduled. However, we do summer tournaments coming up for juniors to join in over the School Holidays. 

 

Junior games are played in Term 2 and 3 on Saturdays (usually in the morning) at fixtures across Metropolitan Adelaide.

Club fees are approximately $150 - $300 p/a (depending on age level) and players are required to purchase:

  • a uniform (t-shirt for u8s and u11s);

  • playing kit and googles (girls) helmet (boys) for U13 and above

  • a stick**

  • a mouth guard.

The Burnside Lacrosse community encourages players’ families to join in our sporting and social activities on training nights and game days.

Players have the opportunity to try out for selection in the South Australian and Australian teams.  Opportunities exist to trial for selection in State Development programs and State teams for girls and boys in u15s, u17s, and u18s and for senior men and women  annually. 

 

National training and selection programs for Australian teams for men’s and women’s u19s, u23s, and seniors occur on a four-year cycle.

 

Burnside Lacrosse Club also supports junior teams in local schools and runs training and development programs for schools who wish to introduce their students to the amazing sport of lacrosse.  

While the primary focus revolves around the main field lacrosse season from April to September, differing formats of lacrosse including Box Lacrosse, Junior and Senior indoor competitions, sofcrosse, University and IGSSA competitions offer opportunities to enjoy lacrosse year round.

**  The International Governing body for Lacrosse - called the FIL (Federation of International Lacrosse) publishes an annual list of Women's lacrosse sticks and pocket requirements that are 'Legal' to use Internationally.  These are a requirement at some competition levels. 


PLEASE NOTE: online stores do not always provide clear compliance information. 

For clarification or further information regarding this, please speak to a coach or club official.

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