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4 Leaf Lacrosse New England
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4 Leaf Youth Families,
Right on the heels of a successful and productive fall session comes our youth winter offerings - some of which begin next week. 4 Leaf feels strongly about creating athletic, well-rounded young men, and we encourage your athlete to participate in winter sports. That said, there are significant gains to be had in the offseason, so to the extent your schedule allows, we hope you'll join us at one of the following upcoming training opportunities:

After School Skills & Drills (2023-2026)

Held on Tuesdays (2023/2024) and Thursdays (2025/2026) at Seacoast United in Epping from 4-5pm, our after school skills and drills will be capped at 20 athletes. All of the drills and techniques are designed to force the players out of their comfort zone and push them to have to learn and react to situations that will greatly enhance their ability and Lacrosse IQ. This is not an introductory session!

Intro to Box Lacrosse (2023-2028)

4 Leaf Lacrosse New England is offering introduction to box lacrosse on Monday nights in Derry, NH at the SportsZone. This offering will be followed up by a Monday night Box League in Derry NH starting in January (this will be a separate registration opening soon). This introduction is not required, but is designed to reinforce box for players from last year and help introduce field players that have not played box.

Sunday Youth Skills & Drills (2023-2028)

4 Leaf Lacrosse New England is offering a Sunday Skills and Drills session in Derry, NH at the SportsZone. The skills and drills will be 60 minute sessions. The sessions are designed to allow for a broad spectrum of players to be involved. These sessions are going to be fast paced, lots of touches and will greatly benefit players individual skills and conditioning.

HS Box Lacrosse

We also still have openings in our very popular high school Box Lacrosse league. Please register soon before rosters fill up! 
If you have any questions about these programs, please contact


Lakes Region Sports Complex:  Support Needed!

From  Scott Crowder
Governor Sununu commissioned the Lakeshore Redevelopment Commission last year to study the feasibility and redevelopment of the 250+/- acre parcel of land on the North side of Laconia. This property was once the State School as well as the former prison. The commission has been tasked with finding redevelopment options that will create jobs and have a positive impact on the economy.
The Lakeshore Redevelopment Commission hired an economic development agency, Camion Associates out of Saratoga, NY to conduct a market analysis and propose best scenarios for redevelopment. They presented their findings last month and identified three potential redevelopment scenarios.
  1. Residential - residential scenario includes as many as 540 housing units, divided among 100 to 200 market-rate apartments, 100 to 200 workforce housing units, 50 to 100 age-restricted units for those 55 and over and 20 to 40 townhouses, half described as affordable. A hotel with between 60 and 80 rooms, 5,000 to 8,000 square feet of banquet space and a restaurant seating 80 to 100 people would be a secondary use, while ancillary uses would include office and retail space as well as a “limited service restaurant.” 
  2. Mix Use Resort - The resort scenario includes a hotel with between 125 and 175 rooms, between 7,000 and 10,000 square feet of conference space and a restaurant seating between 100 and 150 patrons. The resort scenario would also feature “high-end” condominiums and age-restricted housing.
  3. Mix Use Sports Complex -  The sports complex, covering between 30 and 50 acres of the site with an indoor event space and a 100- to 150-seat restaurant. This option also has a residential component.
The Lakeshore Redevelopment Commission has now engaged with NBBJ, a consulting firm to develop the master plan which is slated to be completed by December 2018.
We have formed the Lakes Region Sports Coalition to circle the wagons and bring together sport industry stake holders and supporters of the Sports Complex concept. We have already engaged with Sport Facility Advisors and they have provided a proposal to conduct the feasibility study and economic analysis.  If you are willing to join our efforts and write a letter of support to George Bald,  , he is the Chair of the Commission, that would be great. We have others writing letters of support from youth sport organizations and stakeholders in hopes of pushing them to further consider this option. 
For more information, follow these links:

Are you interested in coaching?

If you've assisted in the past, you may want to invest in becoming US Lacrosse Certified, a requirement for being a head coach of a youth lacrosse team. Level 1 Certification is the minimum requirement, and requires participation in an online course (taken any time) and a live course--typically held in March in NH or Mass right before the season starts.

CHAD E/W All Star Football Game

On June 30, several members of the Laconia High School football team (players and coaches) will suit up for the annual CHaD NH East-West High School All-Star Football Game.  The game is at 1 p.m. at Wildcat Stadium at UNH and proceeds benefit programs at Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock.

This year’s players are seniors Ben Beliveau, Drew Muzzey, Riley Roy, and Bradley Weeks.  The coaches are Craig Kozens, Steven Orton, Rod Roy, and Jeff Greeley.

Tickets for the game are $10, $20, and $45 but CHaD has offered our league a special ticket price.  We are able to purchase the $10 general admission tickets for $5 each.  As a league, our tickets will support the game and the fundraising efforts of the players, who have been raising money since touring the hospital in January.

If you are interested in attending the game, please RSVP to Rod Roy at by June 8.  You will be able to pay the league directly for the tickets and we’ll purchase the block of tickets directly from CHaD.  You can pay for your tickets with cash or check.

We hope to have a large cheering section for our Laconia boys!


2019 Registration Opens July 1st

  • Laconia Lacrosse Club is "registration free" for the 2019 season
  • NO COST to play if you register by February 28th.
  • There will be ONE MANDATORY Calendar Fundraiser in March
  • NHYLA Festival June 2019 TBA, Amherst, NH




Anyone from Laconia and the surrounding area, such as Meredith, Center Harbor, Belmont, Tilton, Sanbornton, New Hampton and Franklin can play for LLC.

All players MUST be members of US Lacrosse to practice and play.Students age 15 and under can register with US Lacrosse for as little as $25, and the online registration system will direct you to US Lacrosse to complete registration before you can register with LLC.

GIRLS:As per NHYLA rules, girls will be allowed to play on boys teams at the discretion of the Board in order to ensure that as many eligible players as possible are available to field teams in both boys and girls leagues.

9th grade players who are NOT on a high school team may still participate in NHYLA in Laconia.

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