2019 Tewksbury Youth Lacrosse Recreational ​Registration  

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Registration is online until midnight Mach 15th, 2019. A late fee of $25 will apply to registrations received after March 1, 2019.

Program Details

The recreational league will be divided up into three levels: ages 4 & 5; Grades 1 & 2; Grades 3 & 4. The league is open to females and males in Tewksbury and surrounding communities.  This will be a co-ed league.

For the fall clinic, the Tewksbury Youth Lacrosse Association will provide participants with sticks and balls.  While not required, mouth guards are suggested.  This is a co-ed, no contact league, however, accidents happen.

Times and starting date will be sent out closer to the start time. Please plan on the clinic running 6 weeks beginning after April vacation.

We will also be taking photographs during the season which have the potential to be posted to social media (without names of children) and will be shared among clinic participants’ families.  If you do NOT want your child to be photographed, please reply to this email. 

While the upper levels will run in a similar format, the youngest division will be slightly different.

Level 1 (ages 4 & 5)

This will be a weekly clinic based event which will run for roughly 75 minutes late Sunday mornings. 

Please note that this is a non-drop off sport for this level.  Due to the age of participants, responsible adults should plan to stay. 

Cost of this level will be $50 plus the $15 Town User fee.


Level 2 (Grades 1 & 2) and Level 3 (Grades 3 & 4)

Youth will be divided into set teams.  These teams will have one practice mid-week in a clinic style and will have a weekly game on Sundays refereed by teen volunteers. 

Cost of these recreational divisions will be $60 plus the $15 Town User fee.



Please click here for detailed information related to refunds.

Please Note

TYLA strives to provide the best experience for all players.  The number of teams we offer is directly dependent upon the number of volunteers willing to coach a team.  While we make every effort not to turn away players, we encourage you to sign up as early as possible so that we may plan accordingly.  TYLA cannot guarantee placement for players not registered by March 1st.


Questions or concerns, please reach out to M  for inquires regarding the program; Sue Panilaitis for issues with online registering or Craig Archambeault for payment questions.


To register, click here.

We look forward to seeing you this spring.