The Quick Stix programs
Play Quick Stix with a lacrosse club or at school.
Quick Stix Challenge
- Quick Stix Challenge will run for five weeks (one hour per week) from 31 May for FREE.
- Sessions run after school, so kids and parents don’t have to turn up on weekends.
- Like the original Quick Stix program, Quick Stix Challenge uses plastic sticks and soft balls to develop the three basic skills (catching, scooping and throwing). But it focuses more on game play. The first session will be half skill development and half games, then game time will increase for the following four sessions.
- Quick Stix Challenge is a chance to understand more about game strategy. Then, with their skills boosted by Challenge, children may choose to sign up to a club’s junior lacrosse team.
- Younger children can play Quick Stix Challenge for one, two or three years, getting ready for when they are old enough for junior lacrosse.
Sport teachers can use the teaching guide to start a lacrosse program with their primary students. The guide has lesson plans, videos, rules and plenty of tips.
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