While field hockey is typically a fall sport, Wilton Youth Field Hockey (WYFH) is offering spring clinics to girls in grades 3-8. The clinics will provide a combination of skill development, game strategy and open play, giving players the opportunity to advance their skill and have fun playing the sport.
The clinics will be held on at the Memorial Stadium turf on Sunday evenings, beginning April 17 and running through June 5 (no session will be held on May 29 of Memorial Day Weekend).
Grades 3 and 4: (5-6 p.m., $160) will be coached by WYFH head coach Emily Townsend Prince, assisted by high school players.
Grades 5 and 6: (6-7 p.m., $200) will be coached by WYFH head coach Emily Townsend Prince, assisted by high school players.
Grades 7 and 8: (7-8:30 p.m., $250) will be coached by the Wilton Field Hockey freshman coach, assisted by high school players.
All players are required to have a stick and protective gear, including cage-style goggles, shin guards and mouth guards (no exceptions). Clinics will be held rain or shine unless it is unsafe to play.
For more information or to register, visit the Wilton Youth Field Hockey website.