The Alkimos Pirates Lacrosse Club has a grass roots strategy aimed at primary school aged kids. In partnership with our governing body, Lacrosse Western Australia (LWA) and supported through Healthways state funding and Sporting Schools (Quick Stix) federal funding, the Pirates are delivering coaching clinics to schools in the far north western suburbs of Perth.
The club’s School Coordinator (Dennis Holman) liaises with the school administrators’ and arranges our very experienced Development Officers (DOs) to attend the school during or after hours to coach the students through the skills of lacrosse. Throughout the year, we will be hosting a number of interschool sports carnivals where students can play modcrosse (modified non-contact lacrosse) against rival schools.
An aim of the club is to hold a club modcrosse competition on Saturday mornings in Alkimos where local schools can participate and field a team under the Alkimos Lacrosse Club’s support and banner.
A message for the parent of a student.
My daughter Hannah a yr 6 student at St James hasn’t stopped talking about lacrosse after having you down there the other day she is begging me to sign her up to the lacrosse team. If you could please send me information on this I would really appreciate it.