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.
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Lacrosse at Manchester University in England looks like a ton of fun. It’s a good level of play, filled with good guys, and is quite serious. We’ve got Episode 2 of Manchester Lacrosse for your viewing pleasure!
Is Ned Crotty the best lacrosse player on the planet right now? The question is simple, but this Delbarton and Duke grad, and current Rochester Rattler, not to mention Team USA hero, makes the answer more complicated.
Rob McQuade interviews Charlie White about lacrosse in England, what working with the English Lacrosse Association is like and how the UK is a bit behind the times when it comes to lax fashion. They are so far ahead of us in regular fashion, so its only fair.
Mike Brand interviews Alex Hultgren of SUNY Buffalo. Hultgren had the opportunity to play on both the U19 and Open Elite teams in Manchester. Learn about his experience after the jump!
Joe French is the next guy up on Mike Brand’s interview saga. On his way to Georgetown next year to play some serious lacrosse, Joe is part of a new chapter in the ongoing Canadian invasion of the NCAA.
The USA Starz Summer 2010 documentary has arrived.
Jordan West-Pratt is back with his sixth and final update from Team Germany in Manchester.
New Zealand’s pre-game Haka, Tarp Surfing, $10K worth of fireworks, plus news & notes as always.
A happy belated congratulations goes out to the US National Team for their WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP victory over Canada on Saturday.
Jumbo Jack just had another chat with France’s Billy Tauzin. Check out what he has to say about Manchester!
The Germans are back with their 5th update from the World Games in Manchester. They might not be knocking off the likes of the US or Canada but they’re making big strides and opening new doors in their first year in the Blue Division.
The Aussies may have had some difficulty in actually making it to the World Championships but now that they’ve arrived, they’re looking to do some damage! Let’s check in with Glenn Morley, world-wide laxer extraordinnaire and AUS National Team player, to see how things are going, shall we? We shall.