This pdf maps out the club rules and other information for our members. Please read it to learn more about how we operate.

Welcome to the 2019/20 member registration page.

All players need to register with England Lacrosse.

Your information will only be seen by members of the committee who need it to run the club. We never share it with anyone, and you can check or change your record at any time.

Please register now for the season. To help you fill in the form (which takes 3-5 minutes!), here are some thoughts on how we are organised. DO NOT COMPLETE THIS FORM ON YOUR PHONE!!

Every member is assigned to a squad... so how do you pick your squad? Our focus is on enjoying the sport and fulfilling potential, so anyone can play at a level that they are comfortable with. We have three squads:


Development squad

This is for players aged 9-14, who want to develop their skills and confidence, and are not yet ready to play in a league. Their expert coaches work with them in graded groups to help them learn the fundamentals, develop great stick skills and a real understanding of the game. When possible, and if the girls are keen, we will organise friendly games with players of a similar age and standard, so they can see their skills in action.

For more confident and experienced players who want and are ready to play in the Southern Junior League u13 competition, we will be offering that this year (see the fixtures list).

u15 squad

This is primarily for Year 9 and 10 girls, although younger players may be able to join if they, their parents and the coaches agree that they are ready. They play in the Southern Junior League u15 competition (see the fixtures list).

Senior squad

This is home to our first team, which plays in the Women's Southern League (see the fixtures list). The women's game is quite a step up from the girls' game, and while in theory players can be as young as 14 it is quite a stretch! In this squad we have a wide range of ability and experience, and a growing number of people, so any player over 16, whether beginner or experienced, should be able to find a space to develop in the game, whether they play in the league matches or hone their skills for novice tournaments (such as the Jan Kiddle Cup). As with the move from Development to u15, a discussion is advised between player, parents and club to check for readiness.

If you aren't sure, just get in touch or grab a team manager or coach on a Sunday! We're happy to talk it through.