Creativity and a flowing offense was at an all-time high when Iroquois Nationals thrashed England in group play.
On the ground in Netanya, you can feel the pressure mounting for these World Championships squads to perform.
Unclear how together Canada would be due to pre-event turmoil, they held the ball and worked as a team for the first win.
2018 World Championships Blue features the United States, Canada, Australia, England, the Iroquois, and Scotland.
In fewer than 60 days, the biggest international lacrosse event in history will begin with 48 countries from six continents fighting for global lacrosse supremacy in Israel. Here’s the early World Championships matchups to watch out for!
Editor’s Note: Andy Downing of Northern Box Lacrosse, in (ya know) The North, England is here to tell us about the major strides of the box lacrosse community in his neck of the woods. Let’s find out where Andy and the gang are at… Like most of us that didn’t grow up in Canada, when […]
One week before the 70th anniversary of the Israel independence from Britain, the England Men’s National Team invaded the Holy Land armed with poles, helmets, and an open mind for 5 games in 5 days.
Tune in with players, coaches and fans from around to world to watch international lax! Team Israel and Team England face-off at Ashqelon Municipal Stadium in Ashqelon, Israel.
Lacrosse around the world just keeps growing and this week we look at the efforts of Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Israel, England, South America and so much more! Have you heard of the Danube Lacrosse League or Baltic Lacrosse League yet? Looks like you need to read.
The England Lacrosse National Team roster was meticulously put together using tools from the digital age in attempt to improve their status in the Creator’s Game. We’ll see how the players respond come July.
After seven games, Team USA is undefeated and heading to the FINALS! England fell to the Americans, 19-8, in the semis.
England box lacrosse is growing leaps and bounds! It may not seem like a lot to you, but we’ve come a long way.