Rebels Lacrosse Club - The Rebels Lacrosse Club participates in the Jersey Girl Lacrosse Association (JGLA). It is made up of girls residing in Berkeley Heights, Mountainside and New Providence. Registration for the 2017 Season is open.

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The Rebels Lacrosse Club fall skills training registration will be open from August 28, 2020 through September 11, 2020. All training sessions for grades 5-8 will be located at Snyder Avenue Park in Berkeley Heights, NJ on Mondays.  Training clinics will be run by DEWLAX Lacrosse.

Skills Training Dates
Grades 7, 8 @ 5:30-6:30PM

Skills Training Dates
Grades 5, 6 @ 4:30-5:30PM

Monday, September 14

Monday, September 14

Monday, September 21

Monday, September 21

Monday, September 28

Monday, September 28

Monday, October 5

Monday, October 5

Monday, October 12

Monday, October 12

Monday, October 19 

Monday, October 19
Monday, October 26 *Raindate Monday, October 26 *Raindate

 

The Rebels Lacrosse Club fall skills training registration will be open from August 28, 2020 through September 11, 2020. All training sessions for grades K-4 will be located at Hillview Field in New Providence, NJ on Mondays.  Training clinics will be run by Patriot Lacrosse.

Skills Training Dates
Grades K, 1 & 2 @ 4-5PM
Skills Training Dates
Grades 3, 4 @ 5-6PM

Monday, September 14

Monday, September 14
Monday, September 21

Monday, September 21

Monday, September 28

Monday, September 28

Monday, October 5

Monday, October 5

Monday, October 12

Monday, October 12

Monday, October 19 

Monday, October 19 

Monday, October 26 *Raindate

Monday, October 26 *Raindate

 

Fees:

  • Players who played were signed up/did not accept a refund for the 2020 Spring Season - $0
  • New players in grades 3 to 8 - $60 + US Lacrosse Membership - $30
  • All players in grades 1 & 2 - $150 + US Lacrosse Membership - $30

Refund Policy/Waiver:

  • Full refund until September 13
  •  US Lacrosse fee is not refundable
  • All participants will need to print, sign and bring this WAIVER the first day of practice in order to participate.

Equipment:

  • Lacrosse Stick - there are a wide variety of sticks available at various price points. Our players, no matter what age, have had the best success with the STX Crux, Brine A1 (Amonte), Brine A2 (Amonte) and Brine Mantra 2. What sets these sticks apart is the soft pocket which helps players develop their craddling, passing, catching and shooting skills at a rapid rate. Mastering these skills is critical to the success and enjoyment of the sport. Every year we have players who buy an inferior stick, struggle unnecessarily, borrow an Amonte and have a break through game. By this point, they have lost 4 weeks of development, their parents end up buying an Amonte or Mantra and out the cost of two sticks. 
  • Goggles - these are mandatory and it is personal preference on what style you choose. US Lacrosse also allows players to wear sport glasses. Here is a complete list of authorized goggles and sport glasses.

http://www.uslacrosse.org/about-the-sport/health-safety/equipment/approved-eyewear-list.aspx

  •  Mouthguard - these are mandatory and may not be clear or white. It is important to have a proper fitting mouthguard to prevent injury and your daughter from ruining it from chewing on it. 

Practice Attire:

Goggles, mouth guards and lacrosse sticks are mandatory and cleats are recommended for each practice. Goggles must be worn immediately upon stepping on the turf or grass for all players protection.