From the surface, JoJo War Drummer might seem a bit gimmicky, or maybe even (dare I say it) obnoxious if you’re a fan of the “other” team. But if those thoughts have crossed your mind, you’ve likely never tried to get to know the man beneath his war paint.
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GopherLax5 hit us up on Instagram with a sweet new Grow The Game themed dye and string job that he was proud to show off. Not only did he want to show the world this head, he wants to give it away for FREE too! Before we get to how you can add it to your collection, let’s get a little background information first.
The Best of 7 Minto Cup finals are two games in and the Six Nations Arrows are starting to really look flustered. Although the Arrows lost the first game to Coquitlam 7-6, the Adanacs got the better read on Six Nations in game two taking 11-6 win.
First thing’s first, we want to extend a HUGE “Welcome to the World Lacrosse Championship” to all 9 teams that competed in this year’s event for the first time including; Uganda, Thailand, Israel, Colombia, Costa Rica, Russia, China, Belgium and Turkey. Check out the iconic images from the first day!
14-10 read the scoreboard after the final whistle as Marcus Holman sent the ball up in to the dark Ohio skies, the Machine were victors and officially clinched the coveted playoff spot many have only been dreaming of.
Check out our review of TimberStix, high-quality handmade wooden lacrosse shafts crafted in New Hampshire.
In just three years it has become clear to me, the fans love the Machine, the Machine loves their fans and both love the Earth. Let me explain.
The Canadian National Lacrosse Team won the Gold Medal at the 2014 World Lacrosse Championships in Denver, Colorado in a monumental win over powerhouse Team USA. This marked the 3rd time in history that the Canadians topped the US to win the Gold!
As if the Hong Kong lacrosse team didn’t make enough AWESOME videos along the way, the HKLA produced one more video to close out their experience to the 2014 World Lacrosse Championships earlier this month in Denver, Colorado.
In Belgium’s first ever World Lacrosse Championship game, they were matched up against “big brother” Germany. It was a good start for the Germans whose former coaching roster vacated the program as they were upset at Germany’s exclusion from the Blue Division in order to reinstate the Iroquois.
Sunday’s home game for the New York Lizards was definitely an interesting one. Watching the game you must have noticed Chesapeake’s goalie Tyler Fiorito absolutely standing on his head with a career high 15 saves which earned him the game’s MVP honor.
Although the game saw a lightening delay, the Ohio crowd got their money’s worth in Saturday night’s 45 goal score-fest, unless they were paying to see defense, in that case…sorry! The Ohio Machine have now wound up taking home two overtime games in a row, this time beating the Denver Outlaws 23-22 in what became the highest scoring game in the organization’s history.
Last Monday the Iroquois Nationals were already 2-1 in group play with their only loss so far to Canada. They were driven to secure a much needed win over the Australians to keep momentum heading in to the game with the undefeated United States.
The Canadians have bounced back from the loss to Team USA on opening night to remain undefeated since and propelling themselves back in to the gold medal game. Thursday night in front of 7,889 fans, Canada stepped their game up in preparation for the rematch.
The United States have officially gone undefeated in group play and remaining the #1 seed heading in to the bracket. England only won one face off in the game which resulted in the team’s only goal for the game.