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Registration for the 2015 season is still open as spots are available. A $25 late fee is in effect until January 15; after that date the late fee becomes $50. Program Directors are in the process of determining the number of teams that North Andover will submit to their respective leagues, so please register as soon as possible. Thank you for helping us create a great lacrosse experience for the youth of North Andover!


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North Andover Lacrosse Association (NALAX) is a 501c3 town youth recreational lacrosse organization affiliated with US Lacrosse, the national governing body of lacrosse (www.uslacrosse.org). We are members of two leagues that manage the sport locally: Massachusetts Bay Youth Lacrosse League (www.mbyll.org) for the boys program and Massachusetts Bay Girls Lacrosse League (www.mbgll.org) for the girls program. Both of these leagues meet the Gold Stick Standard established by US Lacrosse.

NALAX | PO Box 635 | North Andover, MA 01845

 

HELMET UPDATE

Recently two types of lacrosse helmets were deemed NOT certified by NOCSAE and therefore not safe for use. One of those helmets, the Cascade R, now has a procedure in place to modify and re-certify its use at no cost to the consumer; click here for details. The other helmet, the Warrior Regulator, has not yet announced plans for modification.

 

** Please note that Cascade has other helmet models with the letter “R” in them, such as CPX-R, CPV-R, and CS-R, which are NOT included in this issue; they are still certified as NOCSAE approved.

 

by posted 12/17/2014

We received this kind email through our website: "I had the pleasure of officiating the Pentucket Memorial Day tournament and I was so impressed with the North Andover coaches and athletes. Their hearts and minds are in the right place."

HELMET UPDATE

Recently two types of lacrosse helmets were deemed NOT certified by NOCSAE and therefore not safe for use. One of those helmets, the Cascade R, now has a procedure in place to modify and re-certify its use at no cost to the consumer; click here for details. The other helmet, the Warrior Regulator, has not yet announced plans for modification.

 

Please note that Cascade has other helmet models with the letter “R” in them, such as CPX-R, CPV-R, and CS-R, which are NOT included in this issue; they are still certified as NOCSAE approved.