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Stealth players share lacrosse smarts

Washington Stealth star Lewis Ratcliff celebrates a goal this past season in National Lacrosse League action. Ratcliff will hold a Washington Stealth Lacrosse Academy in Nanaimo July 4-6. - RICHARD OLSON/Washington Stealth
Washington Stealth star Lewis Ratcliff celebrates a goal this past season in National Lacrosse League action. Ratcliff will hold a Washington Stealth Lacrosse Academy in Nanaimo July 4-6.
— image credit: RICHARD OLSON/Washington Stealth

It takes serious skill to make it to two straight National Lacrosse League championship games, so these guys know their stuff. The Washington Stealth Lacrosse Academy will be held at the Nanaimo Ice Centre July 4-6.

Camp director Lewis Ratcliff will be joined by Stealth teammates and guest coaches Rhys Duch, Chris O’Dougherty, Chris McElroy and Tyler Richards.

Camp instruction will include fundamentals and strategy for players of all positions, ages and skill levels.

Cost is $195, with camp running from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day.

For more information, e-mail lewisratcliff@gmail.com or click here.

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