Lacrosse registration deadline this week

Registration for the 2016 box lacrosse season is under way, but the deadline to sign up and pay the registration fee is Thursday, March 31

The 2016 Oceanside Sharks box lacrosse season begins soon. Registration deadline is Thursday

Registration for the 2016 box lacrosse season is under way, but the deadline to sign up and pay the registration fee is Thursday, March 31, Oceanside Minor Lacrosse Association announced.

The Oceanside Sharks programs offer competition at the midget, bantam, peewee and novice levels, with additional play and learning opportunity at the tyke and mini-tyke levels.

Registration discounts are available for additional children in multiple-player families, and for new players. First-year registered players in mini-tyke, tyke and novice divisions receive a lacrosse stick upon payment.

Players new to the association will require a copy of a birth certificate.

All registration is being done online, by clicking the “registration” link at oceansidelacrosse.com. Payment may be made by Paypal or by cheque.

For more info and details, visit oceansidelacrosse.com.

— Submitted by OMLA

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