Lacrosse clinic teaching grassroots skills

Gaining knowledge and skills, the kids were hoping to become pros in no time. (Photo by Josh Giles)

Lacrosse clinic helps kids grow in the game By Josh Giles Sports Writer SIX NATIONS OF THE GRAND- For the past couple of weeks, there has been a lacrosse skills clinic put on by former NLL pro Roger Vyse, and current Halifax Thunderbirds goalie Warren Hill to help grow the game of lacrosse in the community. Vyse, who leads the clinic, is teaching grassroots skills, from passing, to shooting, in a fun filled atmosphere to everyone involved. “It’s a thing I like to do. I don’t play as much and I want to give back to the community with a younger generation coming up. I’m just doing my part to help them out and get them to be better,” said Vyse. The program allows coaches and players to help create…

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