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Field Lining Schedule is posted below. Must be done by 6 PM on Friday evening.
Nov. 6, 8 PM member meeting is an elections meeting for VP and Secretary. This meeting will begin at 8 PM instead of normal 7 PM. We love to have one rep from each team at these meetings, but elections are highly important to the future of the club.

Rainout Hotline

Call 281-342-0404 for information.

Important Dates

RDL Pictures Oct 15 at Carlino's Studio (1905 Dowling Dr)
All pictures done by award-winning Carlino's photography!

Members' Meetings (PGVFD on Pitts Rd)
Wednesday, Nov. 6 - 7 PM PGVFD (ELECTIONS)
Wednesday, Dec. 4 - 7 PM PGVFD (ELECTIONS)


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Field Lining Schedule

S1 (L3W)
S2 (L3E)

2020 Spring Practice Assignments

M6:00 M6:30 M7:30 T6:00 T7:30 W6:00 W6:30 W7:30 Th6:00 Th7:30 F6:00 Sun3:00 Sun6:00
L1W Spitfire Storm Spitfire Storm/Ruckus Storm/Ruckus Storm
L1E Lady United Legends Ruckus Thunder 08 Lady Cosmos Legends Lady United Lady Cosmos Ruckus
S4W Lady Typhoon 09 Thunder 08 Lady Typhoon 09
S4E Lady Storm 08 Lady Storm 08
L3W/S1 Lightning 10/Hurricanes 11 Lightning 10/Hurricanes 11
L3E/S2 U10G Jaguars U10G Jaguars

Club members: The club does a lot of volunteer work on our fields to keep them in the best shape possible. We also have an exclusive lease on the fields from the city, and non-club members are not supposed to be on the fields AT ALL. The public field is behind the football field, and you should point that out to them. If you see non-members on the fields, please ask them to leave especially if it is damp (tears up the field worse) or our players are on the fields (liability concern). It does not matter if they are on another end of the field or using a different part... they are not supposed to be on the fields. Your fees are what pay for fertilizer, seed, water, paints, goals, nets, lighting, etc. Your sweat is what puts things  in place. Please, help us be good stewards of your money by reducing the wear and tear on the fields and costs associated with their upkeep.  Thanks!