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2019 New England Youth Lacrosse All Star Tournament
Girls: July 13 & 14 Serving 3rd Grade* through Junior in High School
Created in 1999, NEYLAT, 20 years successful operation, is the first competitive youth lacrosse tournament established in New England for girls. We pride ourselves on providing a competitive, economically priced, safe, and fun youth lacrosse tournament for teams of all competition levels and their families. Our tournament is located in central Massachusetts and have drawn teams from as far away Texas and California.
PLEASE NOTE: #1) Any team that is registering more than 2 Teams PLEASE CONTACT US PRIOR TO REGISTERING YOUR TEAMS SO WE CAN PROVIDE THE TEAM DISCOUNTS. #2) Teams referring other teams are eligible for additional discounts (please contact us for more info/details) #3) If at any time during your registration process you have any questions please stop where you are in the process and contact us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone.
2028 HS graduation years (3rd Grade – ’18 -’19 School Year)
2027 HS graduation years (4rd Grade – ’18 -’19 School Year)
2026 HS graduation years (5th Grade – ’18 -’19 School Year)
2025 HS graduation years (6th Grade – ’18 -’19 School Year)
2024 HS graduation years (7th Grade – ’18 -’19 School Year)
2023 HS graduation years (8th Grade – ’18 -’19 School Year)
2022 HS graduation years (Freshman – ’18 -’19 School Year)
2021 HS graduation years (Sophomores – ’18 -’19 School Year)
2020 HS graduation years (Juniors – ’18 -’19 School Year)
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Includes T-shirt for all players on the Team Roster and head coaches. $1,300/Team if Paid in full by 12/31/18, $1,400/Team if Paid in full by 2/30/19, $1500/Team after 4/30/19. All fees non-refundable after 5/15/19. Contact us regarding discounts available for 2 or more teams.
4 Game Minimum – 2 Day Tournament
NOTE: Tie breakers within tourney machine never revert back to the top of the tie breaker list. For example, if three teams are tied and head to head is the first tie breaker and all three teams have a 1-1 record against each other, so the head to head doesn't break any ties. The system will then go to the next tie breaker. If the next tie breaker is score differential and if team 1 has a 3 score differential, and team 2 has a 2 score differential, and team 3 has a 1 score differentia then team 3 will be last, team 2 second, and team 1 first, even if team 2 beat team 1 head to head. Head to head got thrown out in the first step and does not get reverted back to even after team 3 is eliminated by differential.
Fees Paid in Full by May 15, 2019
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