The following is an additional clarification to the 2012 NFHS Boys Lacrosse Rules Book:
The 2012 revision to rule 1-7-3 is stated as follows:
All hollow crosse handles must have their open end covered with a plastic or rubber end cap manufactured for a lacrosse stick.
When the rules committee adopted that language, it was believed that plastic and rubber were the only two materials used in the production of lacrosse end caps. It has since been determined that end caps are manufactured for use on a hollow stick using wood. As a result, the rule is further revised for the 2012 season as follows:
All hollow crosse handles must have their open end covered with an end cap manufactured for a lacrosse stick.
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Training for the 2012 spring season will start on January 8, 2012. Tentative training schedule is posted on the Adult Officials Training Classes page.
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US Lacrosse welcomes lacrosse coaches, officials and administrators at all levels to register for the 2012 US Lacrosse National Convention, set for Jan. 13-15 in Philadelphia. The convention is annually the largest professional development and networking event in the lacrosse world. Registration pricing is $80 before Nov. 11, $105 from Nov. 12-Dec. 28, and $150 onsite at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. To view schedules, speaker biographies, hotel information and to register, please visit:
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