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Colonie in Championship...

Posted Wednesday, December 16, 2009 by administrator
The Colonie girls are in the Championship game at the Sportsplex in Halfmoon this Sunday at 4:00 versus the "All-Stars". 

Check out information on registering for the next league which begins on Thursdays and will run from 1/7 through 2/25, excluding 2/18.
http://www.eteamz.com/capitallandlacrosse/files/10WINTER1GIRLS.pdf (registration form)


Varsity & Open 
--For girls trying out for varsity teams, advanced JV players, and post-graduates
--Start times rotate between 5-6 p.m. with possible game at 4 p.m.
--Each player will be contacted by phone or by e-mail as to which team they are on and what time they will play the first night.  This contact will be no later than 1/5.
--The league schedule will be handed out on opening night and will appear on
www.capitallandlacrosse.com by 1/12 at 6 p.m. 


**Please note that this league is NOT an instructional program.  Instructional program offerings are listed below.

**NOTE:  A player could sign up for both leagues and instructional programs.  TIMES WILL NOT CONFLICT.**


--$145 if paid by 12/31 and $155 if paid later
--Includes $30 non-refundable deposit
No pay-per-play option
Our fees are higher in winter due to higher Sportsplex rental fees.  


A team can be formed by any of the following means:

--Local high school or postgraduates may form a complete team.

--Local high school or postgraduates form a partial team and are then put on a team with another group of players.  All players from each school or youth team will be placed on the same team unless it is impossible because of the position of the players or because it conflicts with the league structure.

--An individual player can sign up as a free agent.  Free agents will be placed on a partial team or on the Capitalland Clubs' home team.  A Capitalland representative will coach this team. 


The league format will include weekly divisional play.  Records will be kept.  A playoff tournament will be held after the regular session league games conclude. Each game will be refereed by a qualified referee and supervised by a CLL representative.

The format of play will be 8 v. 8 setup, which includes the goalie.  Each game will have two 22-minute running halves with a 5-minute halftime. 

Since players do miss games due to sickness, vacations, etc., every team will be required to have 16 players on their roster, with a maximum of 18.  Any team not reaching 16 players will be considered a partial team, and Capitalland Lacrosse could add players to reach a full roster. 


Anyone over the age of 21 can be a coach.  If a group of players or free agents do not have a coach, a representative from Capitalland Lacrosse will coach the team.


Each player will receive an official game pinnie on the first night.

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