Join field lacrosse

With two weekends already in the books, Oceanside Minor Lacrosse is looking forward to one more exciting and successful weekend

With two weekends already in the books, Oceanside Minor Lacrosse is looking forward to one more exciting and successful weekend outside as they give players a chance to experience field lacrosse at Springwood Park.

Players have been coming out from the Oceanside area and from as far away as Port Alberni to take to the field and learn all about field lacrosse.

Ranging in age from seven through to 13 years old, players took part in basic drills and then scrimmaged, with some parents getting in on the fun as well, to end it all.

After having no field lacrosse teams in the Oceanside area over the last few years, the hope is that this will bring a revival to the game and Oceanside Minor Lacrosse is hoping to field at least one, possibly two teams heading into the field lacrosse season this year.

Anyone looking for more information can head to www.oceansidelacrosse.com.

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