Provide high quality lacrosse for the youth of Cranston, first time players welcomed at all ages, education for new parents and coaches to better understand your child's love for lacrosse. We play in the RIYLL, (Rhode Island Youth Lacrosse League), Rhode.

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REQUIRED EQUIPMENT:

All equipment must be specific to lacrosse no other sport's equipment is allowed.
When specified, colors specific items are not required, however when purchasing NEW
equipment, please keep the color preference in mind.


 


Boys:

​Any cleated athletic shoe is acceptable, NO METAL CLEATS ARE PERMITTED.
Sneakers must be available for any indoor practice facilities.

WHITE lacrosse helmet (color is suggestion)
Lacrosse gloves
Elbow pads
Shoulder pads
Athletic Cup - MANDITORY
Mouth guard - MANDITORY
Lacrosse stick (5/6 division introduces use of a defensive stick, as desired)
Rib guards (not required but can be worn for extra protection, as desired)

 


Girls:

Any cleared athletic shoe is acceptable, NO METAL CLEATS ARE PERMITTED.
Sneakers must be available for any infoor practice facilities.

Goggles
​Mouth guard - MANDITORY
Lacrosse stick, specifically for girls
​Gloves (not required, but the "girls style" can be worn for extra protection, as desired)


 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Please note that players playing with prescription "sports goggles" MAY NOT do so with tinted lenses.
This is to allow coaches and officials to immediately look into a players eyes in the event of a head injury.

if a player does not have a mouth guard, he or she will not be allowed to play that day. Players not wearing their mouth guard at any point in the game, (left it on the sideline, chewing on them, etc) are given a penalty by the referee that will impact the play of the entire team. More importantly, the player is at higher risk of injury when not wearing a mouth guard.