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Quick Stix Invade – Malvern Lacrosse Club

February 26, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - March 25, 2020 @ 6:00 pm

$50

WEDNESDAY: February 26 and March 4, 11, 18 & 25
Time: 5:00pm – 6:00pm
Cost: $50

Location: Malvern Oval (behind Malvern Town Hall)
cnr Glenferrie Rd/ High St Malvern

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Details

Start:
February 26, 2020 @ 5:00 pm
End:
March 25, 2020 @ 6:00 pm
Cost:
$50

Organiser

Quick Stix Coordinator – Tarryn Suffolk
Phone:
0419 135 298
Email:
juniors@malvernlacrosse.com
Website:
Malvernlacrosse.com

Location

Malvern Lacrosse Club
1251 High Street Malvern 3144 Victoria 3144 Australia + Google Map

Quick Stix Lacrosse

Kids can play Quick Stix with a lacrosse club or at school.

Quick Stix Inform

One hour presentation
  1. First, learn about Quick Stix lacrosse.
  2. Your state/territory lacrosse association visits schools to introduce and demonstrate Quick Stix lacrosse in a presentation called Quick Stix Inform. The aim is to encourage teachers and students to take on the Quick Stix Involve program.
  3. Lacrosse clubs can also run Quick Stix Inform, at local community events. The aim is to demonstrate Quick Stix to families who have no experience with lacrosse.
  4. 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.

If you would like to book an Inform session for your school or community event, contact …

Quick Stix Involve

Five week program (one hour per week)
  1. School and clubs run Quick Stix Involve to introduce students aged 5–12 to the modified lacrosse game. The program aims to develop the three basic skills of catching, scooping and throwing, and teach the game rules.

If you would like to run Quick Stix Involve at your school, Register on the Teacher page.

If you would like your child to attend a club’s Quick Stix Involve program, go to the Registration page.

Quick Stix Invade

Five week program (one hour per week)

After kids complete the Involve program, they can join a club’s Quick Stix Invade program to learn more about game strategy and play competitive games.

Remember:

  1. Sessions run after school, so kids and parents don’t have to turn up on weekends.
  2. Like Quick Stix Involve, Quick Stix Invade 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.
  3. Younger children can play Quick Stix Challenge for one, two or three years, getting ready for when they are old enough for junior lacrosse.

If you would like your child to attend a club’s Quick Stix Invade program, go to the Registration page.