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The Gwinnett Lacrosse League (GLL) was founded in 2008 on the belief that
lacrosse in Gwinnett was poised to grow very rapidly and with the appropriate
guidance girls and boys of Gwinnett could grow up to play lacrosse honoring the
history of the game. The league is organized in such a way that decentralizes the
decision making processes pushing financial control and governance to the local
youth associations. The GLL has created its own referee training programs, youth
responsibility programs, coach’s clinics and player development.
The GLL Executive Board oversees the administration of the league and acts as
an interpreter and disseminator of rules, guidelines and policy. The Executive
Board is comprised of volunteers that have a passion and understanding of the
game and a vision of competition and sportsmanship for the game in Gwinnett
County. Decisions such as fees charged and association leadership are the
individual responsibility of the youth lacrosse associations at a local and
The Gwinnett Lacrosse League Executive Board
Bob Lombardo President
Scott Hall Vice President
Andrea Braun Director of Girl’s Lacrosse
Henry Autler Treasurer
The GLL adheres to US Lacrosse Youth Rules and Guidelines striving to promote
skill development and sportsmanship above all aspects of the game. Where
appropriate we will always act on the side of safety creating a fast, fun and
exciting to watch brand of lacrosse at all ages.
We hope you have the chance to attend one of our fun filled weekends where
2000 of our Gwinnett girls and boys from ages 7-14 enjoy preparing to play for
their local high schools.
Please let us know if there is anything we can do for you. If you wish to contact
us please contact us at email@example.com.
Lacrosse Season Information
Teams will be broken down by the following grades:
The season will begin with the first practice beginning 1/11/16. The season will end the first weekend in May. First game will be the first weekend in February.
For the month of January, we have the option of practicing 5 days a week.
After the first game, we will practice Tuesday and Thursday nights from 6:00 – 8:00 for teams with kids in grade 5 and above. The younger teams will practice 6:00 – 7:30.
The season will consist of 10 games and playoffs. Games will be played on Saturdays with the potential for a makeup game or two to be played on Sunday.
Boys will need a lacrosse helmet, shoulder pads, elbow pads, gloves, a cup and a tethered mouthpiece (Shockdoctor is recommended). Girls need lacrosse goggles and an untethered mouthpiece.
ALL PLAYERS MUST HAVE A SPORTS PHYSICAL PRIOR TO PLAYING LACROSSE. Please use the form on the MPAA website and have the physician complete this form. All forms can be found on the website and must be submitted electronically
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