All players will receive a Pinnie with their registration which should be worn to all practices and games
For games, in addition to Radnor Pinnie, players in grades 3 to 8 are required to wear a black bottom (sports skirt preferred, but leggings/pants or shorts acceptable ).
For games, we prefer all girls to wear a neutral (white or grey) long or short sleeve shirt under their pinnies, which can also be purchased from the above store
Players will need a stick, lacrosse goggles, a mouthguard & Cleats and/or Turf shoes
Players should wear Cleats or Turf Shoes for practice; many away games are on grass fields, so Cleats are best (soccer cleats are fine. Several companies make lacrosse-specific cleats also)
Gloves are optional but recommended. Given we start playing in March, in the evenings, when it is cold, gloves can both protect hands and keep them warm.
You can find lacrosse gloves at Lacrosse Unlimited (locations in Paoli and Ardmore), Longstreth's, as well as Dick's Sporting Goods (or online /any location that sells lacrosse equipment). Get them early since the correct sizes can sell out and be hard to find when you need them in March!
Finding a right stick
This is the most essential piece of equipement - get a good stick!
Local Lacrosse-specific stores listed bleow are a great resource (Lacrosse Unlimited in Ardmore or Paoli, or Longstreths, which specializes in womens equipment).
Beginnger sticks are cost effective, however have a more shallow pocket that make catching more difficult
More advanced /expensive sticks have "off set" heads, which allows for deeper pocket, making catching easier and keeps the ball in the pocket for more accurate passing