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1.1 - THE GAME


The purpose of each team is to score by causing the ball to enter the goal of its opponent and to prevent the other team from securing the ball and scoring.


1.2.1 - THE FIELD MEASUREMENTS


The playing field shall be rectangular, 110- 120 yards max in length and 60 - 70 yards in width, if playing 10 v 10 or 60 -70 yards max in length and 35 - 45 yards max in width ,if teams are playing 7 v 7 the Crossfield dimensions shall be. The boundaries of the field shall be marked with contrasting colored lines so that boundaries are easily identifiable. All lines on the field shall be between 2 - 4 inches in width.


Note: There are additional approved field dimensions specific to age groups, please refer to Appendix VI.


1.2.6 - CENTER SPOT


The center of the field shall be marked by approximately a four-inch circle, square or, X.


1.3B - GOAL CREASES The goal creases shall be circular and painted on the field or marked with flat disc cones, with a radius of 9’ feet.


1.3.1 - GOALS


A 6x6 foot goal with securely affixed netting that will not permit the ball to pass though may be used.


1.5.1 - THE BALL Lacrosse balls that meet the current NOCSAE ND049 standard shall be used in all games.


1.6A, 1.7A, & 1.8A - THE LACROSSE STICK See Appendix V - Ball and Crosse Specifications


1.6B, 1.7B, & 1.8B - THE GOALIE LACROSSE STICK See Appendix V - Ball and Crosse Specifications


12U RULES


BOYS’ YOUTH RULEBOOK


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