|Derek Fodchuk||10U Boys Director||10U-12Udirector@parklandposse.com|
|Rhonda Schumm||Girls Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Who can register?
Players that will turn 9 in the current year, up to those that will turn 10 by December 31 of the calendar year
Team size: 12-18 players + 2 goalies
Typical playing days: Tuesdays and Thursdays, occasional game Saturday/Sunday
Floor size: Full floor
Game play: Recreational, Boys and Girls teams
2021 Floor times
All players will be added to training groups as they register and receive an invite to the RAMP Team App via email. We will require all players to confirm their attendance for practices/games and complete COVID screening through the app before coming on the floor. If you have not received the invite within 5 days of registration please contact Breanne at email@example.com
10U Vision - These years are crucial to the long term development of our athletes and solidify the future of strong A & B programs. The coach's goal should be that all kids are enjoying the game but feel challenged to improve their individual technical skills and begin to have an understanding of team systems. As in all levels of play the ultimate measure of a coach is not the win/loss record, but athlete retention with all players returning to play the following season.
Team costs should be planned for in a team budget and agreed to by the parents. Collecting seed money or fundraising to cover tournament fees etc. is acceptable but funds should be deposited to a bank account opened for the team. Families are not obligated to participate in tournaments or any additional fundraising beyond their registration fee so it is important to present a proposed plan at your parent meeting early in the season to gain support. All parents must sign off on the budget at the outset of the season, with copy sent to division director, and again at the conclusion of the season. Any leftover seed money must be returned to the members by July 30th and a final copy of the budget forwarded to the division director. Any funds remaining after the seed money has been paid back to parents; becomes the property of the Parkland Posse Lacrosse Association and a check clearing your account should be turned over to the Posse Treasurer by July 30th.
Coaches and bench staff require a Community Development course for this level. It is the volunteer's responsibility to complete this course and the subsequent work book before the end of the playing season. More information on coaching requirements can be found on our website.
Managers should familiarize themselves with all the information on our website.
Many players still begin lacrosse in Novice and as such equipment questions will come your way. Although the minimum requirements can be found at the equipment page of our website we strongly recommend the following items be purchased to promote quicker development of skills:
- lacrosse gloves
- lacrosse stick of proper length and properly strung (store bought sticks are very rarely strung well)
As an association, we are hoping to see every one of these players commit to lacrosse as their spring sport. As such, we place a priority on trying to keep friends together year after year and honor such requests as best we can.
Any questions about your season should be directed to your Division Director.