Lacrosse at St Paul’s Collegiate School is a fun yet competitive winter sport for our female students.
Lacrosse is the fastest growing female team sport in the world and we are very lucky to have such a very strong league in the Waikato. This year St Paul’s will be entering for the 5th year into the Waikato Secondary School’s competition and will most likely be placed into the A division due to their success in the last four years in winning the A division.
Hillcrest High School, Hamilton Girls High School, Cambridge High School, Sacred Heart Girls College, Te Awamutu College, Waikato Diocesan, Morrinsville, Matamata and St Peters all have teams across the grades.
Lacrosse is played on a Saturday and is played in Tamahere, during Term 2 and part way through Term 3, with the finals being at the end of August. We will have training after school and a morning if time allows. These times are yet to be determined.
For those who are keen to play and have not signed up on the sheet in Harington with Amelia Hunt please see Ms Bromwich in E16.
For the girls entering their third/fourth season you are required to already have your own stick as well as the compulsory mouth guard and protective goggles. For new girls we will have a few sticks that you may borrow until you decide whether you want to play.
If you or your parents have any questions about the sport please don't hesitate to ask.
Angela Bromwich (teacher in charge)