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The girls game is a non-contact game with some forms of stick checking allowed.



North Gwinnett Lacrosse Association

Lacrosse is our country’s oldest sport, developed and played by Native Americans for centuries and modified by European immigrants. Lacrosse has since developed into different forms – box and field lacrosse. At NGLA, our teams play field lacrosse. The game is played outdoors, usually, on a football-sized field, with between six and 11 players plus a goalie. Both the girls and boys games are fast-paced, requiring skill, stamina, and athleticism.


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Coed K-1st

2nd-3rd girls


4th-5th girls


6th-7th girls


8th girls





All players MUST have a lacrosse stick and wear the following pieces of protective equipment during practices and games. NO EXCEPTIONS. This equipment must be professionally manufactured and not altered. 

Girls Equipment

1. Eye protection
All field players must properly wear eye protection meeting the ASTM certification for women’s lacrosse (F3077). All eyewear must be listed on the SEI website to be legal for play and all eyewear must bear the SEI mark for certification.

2. Mouth Guard
All players must wear a professionally manufactured and properly worn mouth guard which shall include an occlusal (protecting and separating the biting surfaces) and a labial (protecting the teeth and supporting structures) portion that covers the posterior teeth with adequate thickness. Mouth guards cannot be clear or white (must be a color) or have protruding tabs except for the goalkeeper.

3. Gloves
Close fitting gloves and helmets are permitted but not required. Any field player choosing to wear headgear will only be permitted to wear headgear that has been tested by the manufacturer and meets the ASTM F3137 standard for women’s lacrosse headgear. The headgear must be SEI certified. The headgear shall be listed on the SEI site in order to be considered legal for play.

4. Cleats
(recommended, not required)

5. Goalkeeper’s Equipment
The goalkeeper must wear a helmet with face mask and properly secured chinstrap, a separate throat protector, padded gloves, a mouthpiece, a chest protector, a pelvic protector and padding on the shins and thighs. The protective helmet, designed for lacrosse, must meet the NOCSAE test standard. The goalie chest protection must meet the NOCSAE standard (ND200) for lacrosse at the time of manufacture.

***NGLA provides goalie equipment, but players wishing to focus on the position may wish to purchase their own.

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