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EQUIPMENT STICKS FIELD STICK


LENGTH: U9 & below all sticks must be 37-42” U11


short stick: 37-42” U13 & up short stick: 40-42” WIDTH: 6” to 10”


STRINGING: any strings or leathers are limited to a hanging length of 2 inches. Any additional strings or laces (e.g. shooting strings, V channels) must be located within 4” of the top of the crosse (To be implemented in 2016). No more than one sidewall string on each side.


POCKET: depth is legal when the top of ball remains above the bottom of the head’s wall when placed in the pocket of a horizontal stick


HEAD: triangular piece affi xed in same plane as shaft


SHAFT: wood, composite or metal alloy. All hollow lacrosse sticks must have their open end covered with an end cap manufactured for lacrosse.


GOALIE STICK LENGTH: 40” to 72” maximum


WIDTH: 10” to 12”


STRINGING: Any strings or leathers are limited to a hanging length of 2 inches. Any additional strings or laces (e.g. shooting strings, V channels) must be located within 4” of the top of the crosse (to be implemented in 2016). No more than one sidewall string on each side.


POCKET: legal when ball moves freely in pocket and stick meets specifi cations outlined in the boys rule book


HEAD: triangular in shape affi xed in same plane as shaft


SHAFT: wood, composite or metal alloy. All hollow lacrosse sticks must have their open end covered with an end cap manufactured for lacrosse.


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long stick: 47-54” long stick: 52-72”


EQUIPMENT STICKS


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