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Re: Should Travel Clubs Issue Partial Refunds if Lax is Cancelled?
LaxMod #302673 06/06/20 01:44 PM
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No refunds. Lacrosse tournaments will be at the end of July and run into mid August.

Laxfest August 14-16
Lax Clash August 22-23

Kids get to enjoy June and July and play lax in August.

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Re: Should Travel Clubs Issue Partial Refunds if Lax is Cancelled?
Anonymous #302674 06/06/20 03:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
No refunds. Lacrosse tournaments will be at the end of July and run into mid August.

Laxfest August 14-16
Lax Clash August 22-23

Kids get to enjoy June and July and play lax in August.



too bad the HS fall sports starts 2nd week of August

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Anonymous #302675 06/06/20 03:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
No refunds. Lacrosse tournaments will be at the end of July and run into mid August.

Laxfest August 14-16
Lax Clash August 22-23

Kids get to enjoy June and July and play lax in August.



most people pay on these teams and want practices too. just b.c they get in the tourneys, doesnt mean that everyone is not entitled to a refund/credit for the 3+ months that was missed.

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Anonymous #302677 06/06/20 05:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
No refunds. Lacrosse tournaments will be at the end of July and run into mid August.

Laxfest August 14-16
Lax Clash August 22-23

Kids get to enjoy June and July and play lax in August.


I don't want to over read your statement, but how about allowing Your kid(s) enjoy, June, July and AUGUST. Sounds like August is for your enjoyment (parent)

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Anonymous #302686 06/07/20 12:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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No refunds. Lacrosse tournaments will be at the end of July and run into mid August.

Laxfest August 14-16
Lax Clash August 22-23

Kids get to enjoy June and July and play lax in August.



most people pay on these teams and want practices too. just b.c they get in the tourneys, doesnt mean that everyone is not entitled to a refund/credit for the 3+ months that was missed.

Yes exactly.

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Anonymous #302691 06/07/20 09:32 AM
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I do enjoy the game, so yes you are correct. Point is the summer has been taken up by practices and weekly tournaments. This year = Beach,boating, and pool June through July.
FYI - There are other tournaments that are going to be announced with late July and early August dates.
Enjoy your Sunday

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LaxMod #302705 06/08/20 09:33 AM
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Everyone is clamoring to get back to youth lacrosse and professional sports aren't even playing right now. Professional athletes will be tested on a daily basis and no fans will be at the games yet people are signing waivers without clubs addressing the safety measures they are putting in place. Are players and parents going to be tested at practice and tournaments, at least a temperature check? Are tournaments going to allow fans, if so, how many? Have clubs been in touch with the hotels in the area of the tournaments to see what safety measures they have in place? US Lacrosse just released their return to play guidelines and people from different states can't not play each other until stage 5 and a club can not operate in large groups locally until stage 4 - which only allows groups of 50 people or less (outdoors, only up to 10 people indoors). It also matters what state guidelines are in place. Also, if you are not 2021-2024 why are you exposing yourself to any tournaments this summer, does it really matter. Get you kid some training and link up with your pal teams for some small group stuff. Exposing your whole family to have 8-12 year old's play tournaments that don't mean anything is insane to me.

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Anonymous #302712 06/08/20 10:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Everyone is clamoring to get back to youth lacrosse and professional sports aren't even playing right now. Professional athletes will be tested on a daily basis and no fans will be at the games yet people are signing waivers without clubs addressing the safety measures they are putting in place. Are players and parents going to be tested at practice and tournaments, at least a temperature check? Are tournaments going to allow fans, if so, how many? Have clubs been in touch with the hotels in the area of the tournaments to see what safety measures they have in place? US Lacrosse just released their return to play guidelines and people from different states can't not play each other until stage 5 and a club can not operate in large groups locally until stage 4 - which only allows groups of 50 people or less (outdoors, only up to 10 people indoors). It also matters what state guidelines are in place. Also, if you are not 2021-2024 why are you exposing yourself to any tournaments this summer, does it really matter. Get you kid some training and link up with your pal teams for some small group stuff. Exposing your whole family to have 8-12 year old's play tournaments that don't mean anything is insane to me.


THANKYOU!! PERFECTLY STATED. Hopefully enough people realize that traveling to play in a pointless tournament makes no sense. Stay local, train, maybe some scrimmages against other local clubs that should be the max. While I would like some kind of credit or refund, I'd be ok with just saving hotel and travel costs

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LaxMod #302714 06/08/20 11:03 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Everyone is clamoring to get back to youth lacrosse and professional sports aren't even playing right now. Professional athletes will be tested on a daily basis and no fans will be at the games yet people are signing waivers without clubs addressing the safety measures they are putting in place. Are players and parents going to be tested at practice and tournaments, at least a temperature check? Are tournaments going to allow fans, if so, how many? Have clubs been in touch with the hotels in the area of the tournaments to see what safety measures they have in place? US Lacrosse just released their return to play guidelines and people from different states can't not play each other until stage 5 and a club can not operate in large groups locally until stage 4 - which only allows groups of 50 people or less (outdoors, only up to 10 people indoors). It also matters what state guidelines are in place. Also, if you are not 2021-2024 why are you exposing yourself to any tournaments this summer, does it really matter. Get you kid some training and link up with your pal teams for some small group stuff. Exposing your whole family to have 8-12 year old's play tournaments that don't mean anything is insane to me.


Why? Because Summer tournaments can easily be made extremely low risk, they are outdoors and people/fans aren't packed together in a stadium (or worse, indoor arena). The kids are basically at zero risk and the adults can decide if they, personally, are at risk and shouldn't attend. A blanket ban is simply not justified by the risk, especially given the health and social benefits of youth sports.

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LaxMod #302715 06/08/20 11:30 AM
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I wouldn't anticipate refunds.

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LaxMod #302717 06/08/20 12:01 PM
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Refund? Better shot of making a vaccine in your bathtub for COVID-19 ...... Are there any tournaments scheduled? Teams are now practicing but for what? Im confused. Is it a ploy to keep everyones money?

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LaxMod #302720 06/08/20 12:43 PM
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Keeping everyone’s money is every teams objective.

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Anonymous #302722 06/08/20 01:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Everyone is clamoring to get back to youth lacrosse and professional sports aren't even playing right now. Professional athletes will be tested on a daily basis and no fans will be at the games yet people are signing waivers without clubs addressing the safety measures they are putting in place. Are players and parents going to be tested at practice and tournaments, at least a temperature check? Are tournaments going to allow fans, if so, how many? Have clubs been in touch with the hotels in the area of the tournaments to see what safety measures they have in place? US Lacrosse just released their return to play guidelines and people from different states can't not play each other until stage 5 and a club can not operate in large groups locally until stage 4 - which only allows groups of 50 people or less (outdoors, only up to 10 people indoors). It also matters what state guidelines are in place. Also, if you are not 2021-2024 why are you exposing yourself to any tournaments this summer, does it really matter. Get you kid some training and link up with your pal teams for some small group stuff. Exposing your whole family to have 8-12 year old's play tournaments that don't mean anything is insane to me.


Why? Because Summer tournaments can easily be made extremely low risk, they are outdoors and people/fans aren't packed together in a stadium (or worse, indoor arena). The kids are basically at zero risk and the adults can decide if they, personally, are at risk and shouldn't attend. A blanket ban is simply not justified by the risk, especially given the health and social benefits of youth sports.



Can Hotels be made extremely low risk? Can restaurants be made low risk? Lets not even talk about porto potties!! It's more than the actual tournament that is at issue. I agree Let the kids play just do it locally!!

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LaxMod #302723 06/08/20 01:59 PM
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If you don’t want to be involved then dont! Quit coming on her crying like little babies! You and your kid has probably already had the virus or been exposed to it, so move on and quit trying to spoil everybody’s summer your not getting your money back. It’s the chance you take when you sign up for travel! Stay home and stink on your binky!

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Anonymous #302725 06/08/20 02:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
I do enjoy the game, so yes you are correct. Point is the summer has been taken up by practices and weekly tournaments. This year = Beach,boating, and pool June through July.
FYI - There are other tournaments that are going to be announced with late July and early August dates.
Enjoy your Sunday


As a parent with a kid who does 3 sports this is the best thing ever. Not only do we get some weekends back but I think kids that go hard all year round in multiple sports could use this time off to let their bodies recover. stinks if your whole family life is geared around little johnny who only plays lacrosse but relax, it will be back next spring.

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