Cape Cod Lacrosse has been an opportunity for me to give back to the community that helped me start a career in the sport of lacrosse. I have two main objectives in the programs I run with CCLax: to provide top-notch instruction in all of our programs and
Wednesday December 30 at The Junlgeplex in Plymouth
This is the first year of the Cape Cod Winter Classic. We created this tournament to give players of all ages the chance to play in a tournament with their town. The Fall and Summer tournaments are strictly club teams. There are not many opportunities for towns to play together before the spring season. Take advantage of this opportunity and get registered!
Cost: $550 per team
$200 Deposit by 12/15/15 to secure your teams spot
5 Divisions (U11, U13, U15, JV & Varsity)
8 Teams in the Varsity and 4 teams in U1, U13, U15 & JV Divisions.
Everyone is guaranteed 3 games, possible 4 with championship
Listed below are the tournament rules. If you have any questions, feel free to contact tournament directors:
Bryce Serriello - firstname.lastname@example.org
Greg Clements - email@example.com
Each team will play 7 per side; 1 goalie, 2 attack, 2 defense and 2 midfield on the field at a time. No more than 2 long poles per team on the field at any one time. (U13's can use 60" long poles, no long poles for U11's)
All players are required to wear full pads, which include arm pads, shoulder pads, gloves, helmet, mouthpiece and a legal stick. Goalies must be fully equiped including helmet w/ throat guard, gloves, chest protector, athletic cup & mouthpiece.
Two 17 minute running-time halves; 2 minute halftime, 4 minutes in between games.At the start of each game, the clock will start whether teams are ready or not!! THERE ARE NO TIME OUTS and time runs no mater what (even during injury time outs). We MUST remain on schedule.
FACE-OFFS Face offs will only occur at the start of the game and start of the second half. After a goal is signaled, the defensive team (any player) will bring the ball out of the goal and start with the ball behind goal-line-extended. Play will resume with a whistle. SUBSTITUTIONS
All subbing is to be done on the fly or at a stoppage of play that is acknowledged by the referee. There is no horn to signal a substitution. If play stops for an injury, that player must come out of the game.
There are no time restrictions during a team's clearing attempt.
OUT OF BOUNDS
The ball is considered to be out of bounds when it comes in contact with something not on the playing fields. This includes side nets and the ceiling. If it is unclear who last touched the ball before it went out of bounds, the referee will refer to the Alternate Possession rule.
A team must have at least two players on their offensive half of the field and at least 3 players on their defensive half of the field at all times. This is a time serving violation when the non-offending team is in possession of the ball, otherwise it would result in a turnover. In order to remain On-Sides, a team will never go more than 2 men down, although players will still serve penalty time for personal or technical fouls.
5 Goal Rule
If Team A scores to make it a 6 goal or more lead, Team B is awarded a free clear at midfield. If Team A's lead ever becomes 5 goals or less, Team B must again clear the ball from behind their own goal-line-extended (GLE).
10 Goal Rule
Once Team A has a 10 goal or more lead, Team B is awarded the ball at midfield after either team scores. From this point forward, if Team A's lead ever becomes 9 goals or less, the 5 Goal Rule goes back into effect.
THERE WILL BE NO BODY CHECKING AT ALL outside of the normal “bumping” that occurs in loose ball and dodging situations. Any violation of this in the judgment of the referee, will result in a time serving penalty.
Along the perimeter of the field, there will be ABSOLUTELY no body contact outside of the normal boxing out for a loose ball (even if it is legal). Safety of our players is our top priority.
Time Serving Penalties
On any time serving penalty, the ball will re-start within the circle at midfield, regardless of where the foul occured.
The person called for a foul (technical or personal) must immediately report to the scorekeeper in the substitution area.
If a technical foul was called, the player called for the foul will serve a 30 second penalty.
If a personal foul was called, the player(s) called for the foul will serve a 1 minute penalty unless the official deems the foul to be worthy of more time (2 or 3 minutes).
Cape Cod Lacrosse, our officials and management of the Jungleplex have the right to dismiss any player with no refund.