Mohawk Boys Camps

Mohawk Lacrosse Camps are English Lacrosse’s newest camp designed specifically for junior boys.
The aim of Mohawk Camps is to increase individual playing proficiency and to introduce ideas and concepts that will help players form decision making skills and influence games with a mental toughness required to excel.

The focus of the camps is the Under 13 level, catering for boys in schools years 5 to 8 (9-13 year olds).
Mohawk Camps welcome players of all abilities from those experiencing lacrosse for the first time to those who already play in local clubs. Campers will be assessed and grouped based on their playing ability and lacrosse knowledge which allows each child to get the most out of their camp experience.

The coaching team are all Level 3 or Level 2 coaches, consisting of International players, English Lacrosse staff and identified club coaches;  all who have a wealth of experience coaching at junior club and academy level, and will empower players with tools on how to improve their own performance.

The coaching curriculum is developed by members of the English Lacrosse Staff including the Education and Skills manager and the Regional Development Staff. The curriculum targets players aged between 9-13 years old and takes into account each players individual stage of development, whilst being in a fun and friendly environment.
During the camp each player will receive feedback and an action plans to further develop their game, this information should be shared with club coaches to support the players progress away from the camp.

Why Mohawk Lacrosse Camps ?

– Personal player profiles
– Each Camper receives Mohawk branded clothing.
– Targeted at boys ages 9-13.
– A coach to player ratio of 1:10
– Experienced English Lacrosse coaches
– English Lacrosse Association membership
– Public Liability Insurance

Accredited Lacrosse Camp 

ALC is aligned with the Sport England Clubmark accreditation, recognised nationally by NGBs, local government, education and the sporting industry. In its simplest terms, the process will ensure that your camp has a “safe effective and child friendly” camp environment.