Hot Pot Of Lax: Thailand’s FIL Development Clinic

Thailand FIL Development Clinic

Last weekend marked the first ever Federation of International Lacrosse Development Clinic in Bangkok, Thailand. The clinic, held in downtown Bangkok, featured Tom Hayes (US Lacrosse Hall of Fame, Former FIL President) Rick Mercurio and John Pirie from the FIL along with a number of Thailand Lacrosse Association members.

Below are a few select photos from the event. Congratulations to everyone involved with the clinic! Looks like it was a great success!

Thailand Lacrosse FIL Development Clinic
TLA's Prantarit Nerngchamnong giving instructions.
Thailand Lacrosse FIL Development Clinic
Team Thailand player signing an autograph.
Thailand Lacrosse FIL Development Clinic
Game growing in action!
Thailand Lacrosse FIL Development Clinic
The men behind the clinic... Certified Game Growers.

For more, head over to the Thailand Lacrosse blog.




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