Students learn the fundamental movement patterns to perform lacrosse skills such as catch, throw and shoot, in the fastest game on two feet.
Primary school students are able to engage in Quick Stix through Involve and Invade programs, and secondary school students can do the same with Quick Stix 3x3. Teachers or schools who are interested in Quick Stix can visit the Quick Stix website for teaching guides and to register for training programs that run in association with Sporting Schools.
By joining a club students can learn Quick Stix and make new friends, then transition to competitive lacrosse at youth level when they're ready.
The Lacrosse Australia Quick Stix program is a free-flowing form of lacrosse for students to start learning the game. It is simple to teach and learn and a perfect sport for children starting their lacrosse journey.
From 2022, U10's powered by Quick Stix Lacrosse will be the entry-level age for lacrosse in Victoria with a club-based, non-competition, introductory program designed for children aged 5 – 9 years. The program has been designed to align with the Quick Stix Lacrosse program that runs in primary schools across Victoria to assist with the transition from school to club participation.
The main focuses of the U10 powered by Quick Stix program are:
To start U10's at your club, contact Lacrosse Victoria at email@example.com