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Aboriginal Lacrosse Skills Competition

Lightening fast action, intense game play and incredible athletic ability characterize this traditional native game.

Amateur lacrosse players put their skills to the test as they vie for provincial titles in the categories of agility, shooting accuracy, hardness shot and breakaways. Goalies will also be challenged as they strut their goal tending abilities against rival shooters.

This event was brought together to share the game of lacrosse. Being hosted as part of the Canadian Aboriginal Festival, it gives all lacrosse participants the opportunity to experience a great lacrosse challenge, meet new people and most importantly learn about the origin of game and the people it came from. Lacrosse participants are welcome to bring their families along to enjoy a great day.

Powless Lacrosse along with the Canadian Aboriginal Festival welcome all lacrosse centres, players, and families to attend this great event. It is an opportunity to enjoy a mutual love of lacrosse, strengthen friendship in the game and experience the journey of lacrosse. Come and enjoy the day, it is an event you won't want to miss!

Powless Lacrosse Skills Competition: Saturday, November 28th, 2009


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Description of Events

Powless Lacrosse Skills Competition: Saturday, November 28th, 2009

Goalies
There will be a series of events in which goalies will be tabulated on the number of saves made as well as skills within their respective age division.

Agility Obstacle
This is a timed event involving running through a mini-obstacle course and performing a series of moves in association to other course provided. THe course and designated moves will be demonstrated prior to the competition. The participant with the best time will win the event.

Hardest Shot
Involves recording the speed of the shot of the lacrosse participant. The participant must shoot the lacrosse ball into the net. There will be three chances given, and the best time will be recorded only of those three shots that go in the net. The participants with the fastest, wins the event.

Shooting Accuracy
This is the event that involves targets on a lacrosse net. The participant is given a a number of chances to hit those designated targets within the net. Each player will be given the same number of chances. The participants that hits those targets accurately the most times, wins the event.

Breakaways
Involves running towards the goalie spot, shooting and trying to score on the goalie. The participant gets three chances to try and score. THe player with the most goals wins the event.

Trick Stick
This is an open category for Peewee, Bantam & Midget players only. Each player will get 30 seconds to perform their best stick tricks. THere will be a panel of judges to choose the top TRICK STICK King! Open to the first 15 participants signed up.

Open Age Categories
No age limit. Requires stick only.

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Registration

To participate in this year's Amateur Lacrosse Skills Competition, please complete the registration form by November 22nd, 2009 and submit or fax to:

Powless Lacrosse Store
3201 Second Line
R.R. #6 Hagersville, ON, N0A 1H0

Telephone: (905) 768-9199
Fax: (905) 768-9518
E-mail: shelzlax@hotmail.com

Click here to download the Amateur Lacrosse Skills Competition registration form

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Schedule

7:30 - 8:30 AM Registration Check In
8:00 - 9:00 AM Agility Obstacle - Player & Goalie
9:00 - 10:40 AM Skills Competition
10:40 - 11:00 AM Trick Stick Competition & Tabulations
11:00 - 11:30 AM Awards

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Poster Download

Click the thumbnail below to download the 2009 Amateur Lacrosse Skills Competition poster

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Brochure

The 2009 Lacrosse Competition Brochure contains everything you need to know about the event's competitions, schedules and prizes.

Click here to download the Powless Lacrosse Competition Brochure

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Prizes

  • Medal awarded to the top three in each event
  • Random draw for Fantastic Prizes!
  • Lacrosse sticks, sportswear, equipment and NLL tickets
  • Goodie bags for all participants!

2009 Trick Stick King Competition
Prize package awarded to the Trick Stick King

2009 Goalie Challenge
Sponsored by Warrior and Powless Lacrosse Store

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Sponsors

Powless Lacrosse Store

Buffalo Bandits

Dreamcatcher Fund

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