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Boys Sawmill Clinics coming in February!
by posted 01/17/2019


The RLA Boys Sawmill Clinics are coming!

The Boys Sawmill Clinics are geared towards newer players and are available to those who have registered and paid for the clinic during the registration process. 

For those who would like to attend but did not register for the clinics, they may bring a $50 check made payable to the RLA and come to one of the dates listed below.

DATES:

Sunday February 10th

Sunday February 24h

Sunday March 3rd

TIMES:

6 to 7:30pm – 1st to 8th Grade

DRESS/EQUIPMENT:

The clinics will be held indoors in a heated gym.  

Your son dress appropriately for an indoor gym and should bring water.

Other equipment required:

Boys Lacrosse Stick (full size, not mini stick)

Helmet

Mouthpiece

Shoulder Pads

Elbow pads

Gloves

Athletic Supporter and Cup

Sneakers

LOCATION:

The Sawmill YMCA is located at:

185 Sawmill Road
Hamilton, NJ 08620

http://www.hamiltonymca.org/locations/sawmill-branch

GO RAVENS!

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RLA Parents Meetings - Saturday, Feb. 9th
by posted 01/17/2019


WHAT:

Mandatory RLA Parent's Meetings 

 

WHEN:

Saturday, February 9, 2019

11:00am – BOYS MEETING

12:30pm – GIRLS MEETING 

 

WHERE:

The Robbinsville Senior Center

1117 Rt. 130 

Robbinsville, NJ 08691

Multi-Purpose Room (Big room in the back of building)'

 

WHO:

Parents of Boys and Girls playing in the RLA Spring 2019 Season.

*Parents with children in both the boys and girls program will need to attend one session unless you're bored and want to hang out. 

 

WHY:

To get all of our players, coaches, and parents on the same page, and pulling in the same direction.  Learn about the upcoming season, ask questions, meet coaches and fellow team parents, VOLUNTEER! (Oops, did that come on too strong?  Seriously though, we can use volunteer help!).

 

HOW:

Save the date and time on your calendar and come on down!  We look forward to seeing you and are SO EXCITED for the season!

 

GO RAVENS!

 

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Girls Sawmill Starts NEXT SUNDAY JAN 6th!
by posted 12/30/2018


Girls Sawmill Dates:

Sunday, January 6, 2019

Sunday, January 13, 2019

Sunday, January 27, 2019

- All sessions are from 6:00PM to 7:30PM

EQUIPMENT: Stick, eyewear (optional), water, sneakers, water bottle (optional - water fountain in hallway)

- Location: Sawmill YMCA, 185 Sawmill Rd, Hamilton Township, NJ 08620

GO RAVENS!

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Shootout 2019 Team Registration Opens December 1st!
by posted 11/19/2018


2019 Shootout Registration opens December 1st!

2019 SHOOTOUT -  SATURDAY, MAY 18, 2019
Rain Date is Sunday, May 19, 2019


TO REGISTER:


When registration is open, go to our website, www.robbinsvillelax.com and click the 'REGISTER TEAMS' button on the TOP RIGHT of the Main Page to register your teams.

As we have done in previous years, because we have limited registration space and high demand, acceptance into The Shootout will be done in order of those who have completed their registration and who have paid.

**TEAM SPOTS ARE NOT SECURED UNTIL THE REGISTRATION IS PAID IN FULL.  IF A TEAM REGISTERS AND DOES NOT PAY, THE SPOT IS NOT RESERVED.  TEAMS THAT REQUIRE ADDITIONAL TOWNSHIP APPROVALS SHOULD REGISTER EARLY TO ENSURE SUFFICIENT TIME - THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING** 

Spot is not secured until full payment is made.  All tournament spots are first come first serve based on payment not registration. 

Teams which register and don’t pay will not have a spot until payment is made. 

Teams that require additional approvals through townships etc. should register early to ensure sufficient time to secure a spot. 

To ensure all interested programs may participate, each program may register up to 2 teams per age group.

Registration for 3/4 teams is $275 (for 2 games)

Registration for 5/6 and 7/8 teams is $550 (for 4 games)

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL -  SAVE $25 PER TEAM REGISTRATION IF YOU REGISTER BEFORE JANUARY 1ST. 
 

REGULAR REGISTRATION RATES FROM JANUARY 1ST THROUGH FEBRUARY 28TH


$25 ADDITIONAL FEE ASSESSED ON REGISTRATIONS MADE AFTER FEBRUARY 1ST.

Please spread the word and REGISTER EARLY as this tournament fills up QUICKLY!

THANK YOU!

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2nd Annual RLA Boys Alumni Game - Red Team (Ravens) Win!
by posted 06/06/2018

With thunderstorms looming, the 2nd Annual Alumni Game was moved indoors to the Robbinsville Field house. While there was definitely a bit of rust on some player who no longer play (especially the old guy with the red helmet and 2 bar syndrome), overall the level of play was very high and it was a very competitive and fun game.

Teams were originally split by high school graduating year, but a few players had to move among teams to even things out.  Odd Graduating Years played on RED (Ravens) and Even Graduating Years played on BLUE (RAIDERS).

It was a great game with a lot of back and forth play.  At the end of regulation, the game was tied!

Rather than go into a Braveheart (which Bobby Stewart would likely win the faceoff and go right down and score), it was decided that we'd go with sudden death. However, all that planning was for naught as Bobby won the faceoff anyway and came right down the field and scored to give the Ravens (RED) team this year's win over the Raiders (BLUE) team.

It was a great day to see Ravens and Raiders of all ages playing on field and having a great time. We are so lucky that we had you all in our program, and we are even more lucky that we get you guys back out each year at our alumni game! GO RAIDERS! GO RAVENS!

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2018 RLA Boys Futures Game - Freshman Keep Streak Alive
by posted 06/05/2018

The 2018 Boys Futures Game did not disapoint!  Every year since its inception, the Freshmen have come out on top in the Futures game against the 8th Graders, and this game was no exception.

The Freshman won by a score of 11-6.

Despite the Freshman going up early by a large margin, the RLA 7/8 team did not quit and did not stop and kept plugging away.  The game saw friends and future RHS teammates battling against each other.  There was creative playmaking on both sides and players who played outside their normal positions while making a difference in the game's outcome.  

The best part of the game knowing that next year these guys will mostly all be continuing their lacrosse careers together at RHS where they can unleash their skills against other teams rather than each other.

Best of luck to our 8th Graders!  Thank you for your time and commitment to the RLA!

GO RAVENS!

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