2018 Age Group Coordinator – Nicole Sadinsky
Peewee is for those players born in 2006-2007
Sabrecats had 3 PeeWee Girls teams for the 2017 season.
2018 Player fees $410
Register by February 28, 2018 to avoid late registration fee of $100.
Evaluations are scheduled as follows (you’ll be notified which sessions you are to attend):
Sunday, March 4 – 9:00-10:00 am @ Crescent Point Field House, Blue Floor
Thursday, March 8 – 5:00-6:00 pm @ Calgary South Soccer Centre, Charlie Floor
Thursday, March 8 – 6:00-7:00 pm @ Calgary South Soccer Centre, Charlie Floor
Saturday, March 10 – 12:30-2:00 pm @ Calgary South Soccer Centre, Alpha Floor
Saturday, March 10 – 12:45-2:15 pm @ Calgary South Soccer Centre, Beta Floor
We will do our best to accommodate friend requests, when possible, but our first priority must be to creating balanced teams. If your daughter is joining lacrosse for the first time, then we will do our very best to accommodate 1 friend request. If you are an existing player, we will not be granting friend requests.
If you are new to lacrosse and would like to make a friend request, please contact Kelly Foord VP of Girls Lacrosse at firstname.lastname@example.org by March 10, 2018.
Kids should be dressed in their full Lacrosse gear. For complete details on the equipment required you can visit the Calgary District Lacrosse Association website.
If you are interested in coaching please email the Director of Coaching at email@example.com
In order to be trained at this level, you must follow the CDLA coaching guidelines.
(Note: all costs for the coaching courses are paid for by the Sabrecats. Simply cc firstname.lastname@example.org when you complete the below email).
In general, most teams are made up of at least 50% new players at all girls age groups, so it’s never too late to join. By the time girls hit midget and Junior, however, there may only be around 10% new players.
Girls Lacrosse Rules: (Updated November 2017)
Effective November 2017, the Girl’s Lacrosse program will run the same rules of play as the Boy’s program.
Rules of play can be found on the Canadian Lacrosse Association website – see page 15 for Peewee specific: