To promote Youth Lacrosse, skills and sportsmanship

Sponsored By:   Goloboy CPA
Sharon, Massachusetts
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Before Arriving at the Field

  • Before each clinic please complete a COVID-19 self-screening.  Anyone experiencing any symptoms must stay home.  Please screen for the symptoms as noted on the CDC website for self-monitoring symptoms

  • You should never come to the field if your child or a member of your immediate household has any symptoms potentially associated with COVID-19

  • Arrive at the field no more than 15 minutes prior to clinic time

  • Do not congregate on or near the playing field(s) or parking lots


Arriving at the Field

  • Check-in with your team’s Safety Coach who will be taking attendance at all practices

  • Locate your team’s Safety Coach who will assist players in finding their spots and properly space out their equipment from others

  • No spectators in immediate playing areas.   Clinics are limited to players and managers/coaches only



  • Players must bring all of their own equipment

    • Stick

    • Gloves & helmet (boys)

    • Goggles (girls)

  • No sharing equipment

  • Clean and sanitize player equipment before and after each practice/game.

  • All equipment should be individually labeled with your child’s name to ensure equipment is not accidentally used by others


  • Neck gaiters are NOT ALLOWED.

    • Players are required to wear facemasks at all times while traveling to/from practice as well as at play

    • On the during breaks the players can have mask/water breaks as long as they keep a 6 foot social distance space apart 


  • No food (unless medically required) may be brought to fields

  • Bring own water bottle (there will be no running water available on site)

  • Water bottles must be clearly marked with a player’s name and will never be shared


  • All players and parents exiting the field, use:

    • staggered departures

    • social distancing

    • masks

  • Vacate the premises as soon as is reasonably possible (within 15 minutes)

Best Practices                                       

  • Attempt to send players to the field with their own hand sanitizer

  • Encourage players to cover coughs/sneezes with the inside of the elbow (boys should walk far away from teammates if wearing helmets and need to sneeze)


Field Supervisors

  • Adhere to directions given by our parent-volunteer Field Supervisors

  • Refusal to wear a mask or to follow any of the established rules will result in being asked to leave