Over the last few weeks, parts of Europe have seen intense flooding, and the home of the Ales Hrebesky Memorial (the greatest box lacrosse tournament in Europe) is no exception. Josh Potter joins LAS to tell his Radotin story, and to provide an avenue to assist the wonderful people of this small Czech town.
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Lacrosse Club Custodes Radotin win their eighth consecutive Czech National Box Lacrosse League title in 2013 over SK Lacrosse Jizni Mesto. It took a decisive third game to settle the final score!
Jeff and I both spent the past week abroad, thanks to the sport of lacrosse, and when we spoke on the phone yesterday to get caught up, it was obvious that both of us had been impacted by our travel experiences in a notable manner.
Make sure you check out the Ales Hrebesky Memorial posts for a lot more coverage from Prague. The box lacrosse was wonderful, the atmosphere was electric, and the photos came out great. If you weren’t there in person, you missed out! For more photos, check out our Facebook page where we have a whole lot more to take in.
We’ve covered the 2013 Ales Hrebesky Memorial quite nicely this week, with up to date posts featuring First Photos, the Quarterfinals, the All-Star Game (with photos), as well as LCC Radotin’s triumph in the finals. This coming week, we’ll be back with some great highlights, and tons of photos. For now, it’s time to talk about the overall tournament, and how 2013 was certainly a year for the record books.
The 20th Ales Hrebesky Memorial (AHM) international lacrosse tournament is in the books and the host LCC Radotin reign supreme.
Another eventful day of box lacrosse from Prague is in the books. Lets take a look at what transpired and see how my predictions panned out.
One of the many annual highlights of the Ales Hrebesky Memorial box lacrosse tournament, going on RIGHT NOW in the Czech Republic, is the All-Star game. Players from each of the non-Czech teams are selected to represent the tourney All-Star team, and they play the Czech national team, which is obviously comprised of players from the Czech club teams.
Who Does It Better hits the International scene.
This edition of the prestigious “Ales Hrebesky Memorial” (AHM) is extra special because it is the 20th anniversary of the international box-lacrosse tournament. 20 teams from 13 different countries will be featured in beautiful Prague, Czech Republic from April 24-27.
The 2013 Ales Hrebesky Memorial kicks off in only 10 days, and this 20th Anniversary video is nothing short of pure magic.
Check out these box lacrosse highlights from Dominik Pesek, of the Czech Republic. Pesek is trying to make the transition to Canadian Junior A Lacrosse this year.
After attending a lacrosse tournament, LaxAllStars.com provides an open and honest review of the event. This time Connor Wilson looks at the Ales Hrebesky Memorial box lacrosse tournament in the Czech Republic. Is this the best tourney in the whole wide WORLD?
More great European box lacrosse action from the Ales Hrebesky Memorial box lacrosse tournament in the Czech Republic! The skill level is high and the play is physical. It’s European box lacrosse time!
We’ve got even more great box lacrosse video highlights from the Czech Republic! The games are getting bigger and more intense and the sun has been out all day! Box lacrosse in Europe!
Connor Wilson heads off to the Czech Republic this evening not for vacation, but for lacrosse! He’s going to the Ales Hrebesky Memorial box lacrosse tourney outside of Prague and is nervous, excited and unsure of what to expect!
Connor Wilson gets to interview the guys from the European (Box) Lacrosse League to see where they league came from, and where it’s heading. Big things for European Lacrosse! Plus photos and video of the action across the Big Pond!
The World Indoor Lacrosse Championships in Prague are DONE! Canada wins again! Some great games were played and we have a full recap of all the action!!! BOX LACROSSE FOR LIFE!
Andy McNamara is back with another update from the 2011 FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championships in Prague!
The World Indoor Lacrosse Championships are 6 games deep (as of Sunday night) over in Prague and the usual suspects are winning the games they’re expected to. Big games coming up and lots of photos with a link to even more!