Most people when lacing a lacrosse net onto a goal they use what we call the speed lacing method.  This method simply connects the net to e pipes by spiraling the lacing cord around the net and pipes.  While this method works just fine you may notice sags and gaps between the net and pipes after a few months of use.

A better way is to use what we call the lock lacing method. This method takes a little longer but it locks the lace onto its self and secures the net to the pole very tight where it will remain that way for the life of the net.  It's hard to explain without video so please check out the video below: