Winter is Receding, News (Centre Wellington Mohawks Lacrosse)

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Winter is Receding
Submitted By Nathan Joyes on Sunday, March 24, 2019
Exciting things are happening in Centre Wellington as the weather warms up.

First, we’re just over a week away from kicking off the start of the season!

Second, March 30th is our Toronto Rock association and Tom Schriber bobble head night!

Last, on March 31st, we’re hosting the CW Spring Warm-up at the Elora Community Centre.

The CW Spring Warm-up mini-festival is a chance for players to get their sticks out for the love of the game. From 2pm until 5 our players will have the opportunity to get on the floor and shake the rust off with a little organized pickup.

Immediately after our players exit the floor, our goalies will have the opportunity to get some quality training in with Nick Rose of the Toronto Rock. Paperweight to Novice goalies will train from 5 - 6:30pm, and from 6:30 - 8pm our Peewee to Midget goalies will get a work out.

What do you need to do? Talk to your friends and make sure they are registered to play!

Goalies, RSVP with the Player Development Convenor that you will at the clinic.

Players, Register on this form, then, bring your sticks, gloves and helmets out to the arena on the 31st for some pre-season floor time.

CWMLA will be accepting donations for our local food for admission to this event.
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