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The various girls’ leagues provide gameday uniforms which may be theirs to keep. The uniform is required for all games a player participates in. Each player must provide their equipment: lacrosse eye protection and a mouthpiece. Gloves are recommended, but not required.


The various leagues provide new shorts, jerseys, and a practice reversible pullover to each registered player which is theirs to keep. The issued uniform is required for a player to participate in games. Each player must provide his equipment. This includes a helmet, mouthpiece, shoulder pads, arm pads, stick, gloves, and shoes. Rib pads and cups are recommended, but not required. The helmet must have the NCAA warning decal and bear NOCSAE approval. Cleats/shoes must be rubber-soled or sneakers.
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Hampton Roads Lacrosse players are required to have a helmet that is NOCSAE Certified. The Team/Club will consider newly purchased helmets to be NOCSAE Certified for 3 years from the date of manufacture, so long as they remain in undamaged condition.
The league provides game day uniforms to each registered player (U-9 through U-15), which is theirs to keep. The uniform is required for all games for a player to participate. Each player must provide their own equipment that includes: Lacrosse eye protection/goggles and mouthpiece. Women’s gloves are recommended, but not required.
Goggles are often taken for granted, but a good pair can make the game more enjoyable. In the past couple of years the masks have become lighter and less bulky. Also, the vision has improved as they now have better wire positioning.
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