The high-flying Hawks are ready to get the ball rolling
The club, which was awarded High Performing Club status this year, has been steadily attracting players and now has more than 150 players aged from nine to 50+.
Further training sessions for the coming season have been added to keep pace with the growing demand for the sport in the area.
The Hawks are now planning a busy lacrosse season, opening with a Have a Go event on Sunday, September 28.
Experienced players and amateurs alike are welcome to turn up at the Cow Roast hockey pitch from 9.30 am and try their hand at some fast and fun lacrosse sessions.
This will be followed by a chance to watch the Premiership team in action at 11am.
The Club has also been celebrating some notable successes recently, with Hawks junior development manager Maggie Hughes now a head coach at the England U15 Girls Academy.
The Club is also pleased to welcome Welsh international player Charlotte Williams as a junior coach.
Meanwhile, popular trials in Little Gaddesden in Summer 2014 have proved so successful that the club is now offering free taster sessions for primary schools in the area. The Hawks are also hoping to get English Lacrosse Association funding to run adult beginner/refresher sessions.
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