MILL - Melbourne Indoor Lacrosse League
What is the MILL?
The Melbourne Indoor Lacrosse League (MILL) is an indoor, modified lacrosse competition established in 1995 with the aims of:
- providing a safe and enjoyable environment for players of both genders and any ability to play a non contact form of indoor Lacrosse
- providing an entry point for new players, allow juniors to improve their skills and seniors to extend their playing involvement
- showcasing the sport of lacrosse to the general public.
Where and when?
The MILL competition runs year round in 8 week season cycles. Games are played on a Monday evening between 7:00pm and 10:00pm on indoor courts. The courts have a viewing gallery.
Ashburton Pool and Recreation Centre
8 Warner Avenue
Melways: Map 60 E10
What does it cost?
Each team pays $335 per season. For a typical team with 9 players, this averages approximately $4.60 per player, per game.
What do I need to play?
A lacrosse stick, team uniform and non-marking sport shoes.
Are there different grades of ability?
Yes, there are currently two grades of competition, which cater for abilities from beginner to intermediate and advanced. Most teams have a mix of boys/girls/men/women and a player age range from 10 - 60 years.
I don't have a team, but want to play. Can you help?
Yes. You can be placed into an existing team, in a grade that best matches your current standard.
I've got some lacrosse-playing friends and am interested in entering a team. What do I do?
Contact the MILL Co-ordinator
Phone: 9885 4614 (AH)
Mobile: 0428 391 051
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