We do not run holiday camps; however there are many Lacrosse courses and camps available throughout the South East and nationally. The companies below are known to the club and in some cases have provided courses for the club. However, Cobham Lacrosse does not endorse or recommend any one company or course in particular. We suggest that members review the wide range of camps on offer and select the dates, location or ability level that best suits your needs.
Chiswick Lacrosse run a series of summer camps during August for girls aged 9 to 16, which include options for taking Level 1 and 2 coaching qualifications. Book online
Spencer Lacrosse run camps by other providers - find out more by clicking the link.
Cobham has worked with Oodles over the last few years to develop in-house training days. Here is the Oodles philosophy:
Our unique model for running courses have a focus on helping the whole person grow alongside developing specific sports skills. We not only focus on developing the technical skills of lacrosse, but also the wider physical and mental skills needed to perform. The courses are therefore designed to give you the skills to thrive both on and off the pitch.
Our friendly camps are performance focused. This means that we love to help you get better. You don't have to play for a certain team to join us, but we do ask that you're keen and willing. In return, we aim to send you home tired but inspired. We are always joined by a team of amazing coaches, many of whom have had (and still have) international playing careers themselves. They can't wait to share their love of the game, as well as some of the tips and tricks they used to help them perform at the very highest level.
Erin Walters-Williams email@example.com +44 (0)7872012244
Triple Arrow camps are delivered by the England Lacrosse Association and forms part of the Talent Pathway for girls who aspire to play for England. The experienced Triple Arrow coaches are all qualified by the English Lacrosse Association. Many are International Lacrosse players, with playing experience in Europe and North America.The coaching curriculum is developed for players aged between 10 -18 years old and takes into account each player's individual stage of development. Find more information at www.englandlacrosse.co.uk