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The Cincy Royals are pleased to announce the 3rd year of its Royals Youth Academy program. This program is designed to give rising 5th & 6th graders an opportunity to continue to develop their skills and lacrosse IQ in a 12-session program led by Cincy Royals Coaching staff.
Open to the first 40 registrants - Girls: current 4th & 5th graders (2014-15 school year)
Two, 3-week sessions held on Monday & Wednesday evenings from 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Session #1: June 8th - June 24th
Session #2: June 29th - July 22nd (off week of July 6th)
Seven Hills School, Lower Turf - 5400 Red Bank Rd, Cincinnati
$165 per session
Each session will include solid skill development coaching and competitive interactive games to build field skills and awareness.
Our youth play a very challenging game called Chumash. Through Chumash, coaches afford players the opportunity to focus on their field skills in small, consolidated groups. This means giving the players more action time, more touches to build their skills.
Instruction provided by current college players, high school & middle school coaches.
Each player will receive a reversible Cincy Royals pinnie & headband.
The Cincy Royals Girls 2016/2017 team and the 2018 team did very well in November at the Indy Laxtoberfest, a tournament in Indiana on Nov 2nd and 3rd. The ‘16/17’s were the Tournament Champions with an impressive record of 6-0, while the 18’s were Tournament Runners-up, finishing at 4-2 for the weekend. Despite the freezing temperatures, the coaches, parents and the players hung tough!
Congratulations to all for making us, Royals Proud!
In keeping with the Cincy Royals vision of seeing players build lifelong friendships through lacrosse, the Royals Girls had a holiday gathering just before Christmas at the Countryside YMCA. The girls played some lacrosse and shared some fun times eating and socializing. Everyone left happy except poor Coach Mackey who failed to make the team photo – wink wink!