How to Replace a Lacrosse Goal Net

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As you continue to use your goal net, you may eventually find that you have to replace it. Replace a lacrosse goal net with help from a lacrosse expert in this free video clip.

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This is John Galipault from Worthington, Ohio Lacrosse, talking to you about how to replace a goal net. When you first get your net make sure you lay it out. Find the part of the net where your four ribbons all meet. This is going to be the back of the goal where the shape of the triangle is found. Usually, when you buy a net, a line comes with it to attach it to the goal. If not, simply buy decoy cord or a good substitute, attach the four corners first. The four corners can easily be attached by some kind of bungee system or even better yet, Zip Ties. This net is showing an example of how to attach it to the four corners. This net is already attached to the cage. Line is used to wrap around the pipe of the goal and that of each square of the mesh. Make sure that the line is going through each mesh square of the net and around the pipe tightly. This has been John Galipault from Worthington, Ohio, and that is how you replace a goal net.


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