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Why A Youth Lacrosse Player Should Not Play Up An Age Division

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There is a common desire for some parents of exceptionally skillied, fast, or big youth lacrosse players to have them play up in the next age division.  Co-hosts Roger Welton and Steve Jordan explain why this is a bad idea for both boys and girls and why in the youth lacrosse club that Roger presides over, it is actually an official policy that players may not play up an age division if there are adequate numbers to field a team in their own age division.

For more lacrosse and sport content from Roger and Steve, visit their respective blogs at Creator-Game.com and SteveJordanFitness.com.

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