I will be doing my best, along with a small group of others, to report on the games in our leagues, some of the particular aspects of the game around here and some more light hearted topics. So as a starter, a short tour de force of the English lacrosse scene.
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In this edition of A Brit Abroad, Fred Larsson wraps up the Fall Semester in Long Beach!
The last wooden lacrosse stick maker in the UK is to retire, bringing to an end a century of production in Salford.
If this isn’t the most visually appealing, impactful and all around informative documentary focusing on the Iroquois Nationals, then I have no idea what is. U-verse does incredible work when it comes to lacrosse, they did a fantastic job with their piece on John Tavares that they did earlier in the year, I just wish […]
In this edition of A Brit Abroad, Fred Larsson gets his first game action in Southern California!
Join us in welcoming Mike Connor to LaxAllStars! Mike is joining our newest “Brit Abroad” to join the roster. Mike will be manning the cage for Wingate University again this season and will document what it’s like to be a Brit playing lacrosse at an American college!
Sport England has officially recognized English Lacrosse and their amazing accomplishment of drastically increasing participation amongst 14 -25 year olds.
In London, England one of the largest higher learning institutions is University College London, or UCL. At UCL, sports fall in to a union known as the UCLU. This year, the UCLU is letting the world decide which sport the world like to see added to the UCL Varsity Series for 2015.
In a hard-hitting, physical match-up between England and Israel, the England men’s national lacrosse team came out victorious in overtime 10-9.
England Lacrosse, along with head coach Matthew Bagley, has announced the 23-man team that will head to Denver, CO, this sumer to compete in the 2014 FIL World Lacrosse Championship to represent England.
Lacrosse is growing! Whether you’re looking at internationally where this year’s World Championships will have more nations represented from, or in, Britain with the growth of junior programs and the explosion of participation at universities, our great sport is becoming more popular every day.
This year’s Durham team stepped up to the plate this weekend, to take on the country’s finest in an exhibition game at Timperley lacrosse club. For the first time since Durham’s success in BUCS began the University side took the long coach journey down to Manchester to face not only an English team, but an […]
The FIL 2014 World Lacrosse Championships are rapidly approaching. National teams around the world are preparing to make the trip to Colorado for two weeks (or more in some cases) in July, and that means a lot of training camps, scrimmages, and quite a bit of fundraising!
We got wind of a really interesting international game that is being brewed up in England, which will feature local development officers from the US taking on members of the English National Team. The event is being organized by two former NCAA D3 players. Below you can see an article by Stephanie McNesby, which explains […]
News is quickly spreading that the 2018 International Lacrosse Championship, hosted by the FIL, will return to Manchester, England. 2018 will mark the FOURTH time England has hosted to FIL games (1978, 1994, 2010 and now 2018), and this will give England more FIL games hosted than any other country.