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Welcome to Greenwich Youth Lacrosse

Greenwich Youth Lacrosse (GYL) is the founding lacrosse program to the town of Greenwich, CT. GYL is the only non profit lacrosse organization in Greenwich serving Kindergarten through 8th grade boys and girls since 1972. GYL is a member of the CONNY lacrosse association in the state of Connecticut and Westchester/Bronx NY. CONNY serves all town-based programs and promotes a season-ending league tournament at Yale University. GYL has trained tens of thousands of players since its inception and prides itself on teaching the game of lacrosse through sportsmanship, respect for the individual, integrity, effort, enjoyment, teamwork and loyalty. 


  

 

Farewell to Andrew Kirkaldy

We are saying goodbye to Andrew Kirkaldy at the end of the season.  Kirks was appointed the Head Coach at Trinity-Pawling School beginning next school year.  Undoubtedly he will have an immediate impact on their school, culture, and lacrosse team.  The vast majority of our house league boys have had Kirks their entire lacrosse career.  Kirks does a fabulous job teaching the game but he also teaches life lessons the kids won’t soon forget.  Thank you Kirks.


by posted 05/18/2017
House League 2017

Thank you to all the players and coaches for a wonderful year!  


by posted 03/03/2017
GYL Statement on Player Commitment

In light of the tremendous growth of youth lacrosse, in particular the increasing number of playing options for elementary and middle school children in Greenwich, GYL would encourage you to refresh your understanding of the GYL Statement on Player, Family Commitment and Guiding Principles. Please click here:

https://leagueathletics.com/Page.asp?n=150127&org=GREENWICHYOUTHLACROSSE.ORG 

In addition, US Lacrosse provides the following article, 5 Big Things Every Lacrosse Parent Should Know as guidance in raising your young athletes. 


by posted 01/02/2017
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