The mission of the Philadelphia Area Girls Lacrosse Association is to promote the game of girls lacrosse in township recreation programs for girls up to eighth grade, by facilitating communication among all programs on coaching techniques, rules, umpires,

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PAGLA GAME DAY PROCEDURES

 

  • Home field is properly marked and lined according to US lax rule book
  • Home field provides goal cages that meet US lacrosse rule book specifications (all holes repaired with zip ties)
  • Home field provides cones to define substitution area, 10 yard box, 5 yards on either side of center line
  • Home field provides four cones to clearly mark four corners of the playing field
  • Home team provides visible scoreboard centrally located at the 50-yard line (visible to officials, teams and spectators)
  • Home team provides visible clock centrally located at the 50-yard line (visible to officials, teams and spectators)
  • Each team appoints a scorekeeper, with an official scorebook, so there are no discrepancies with a score.
  • Each team appoints a timekeeper- there must be a timekeeper from each team.
  • Scorekeepers and timers must be centrally located at the 50-yard line.
  • The scorekeeper/timer is not part of the team’s coaching staff and will refrain from commenting on officials calls
  • Referees and coaches sign both scorebooks at the conclusion of the game.
  • Payment to officials on gameday via PAYBALL