The Hong Kong Women’s Lacrosse team was recently featured in the South China Morning Post, an English and Chinese newspaper that serves the Hong Kong area.
In a highly anticipated showdown, Hong Kong stayed cool and worked past Poland in the four team group.
Opening the 2018 FIL World Lacerosse Championships, rising Asian powerhouse, Hong Kong, routed Luxembourg, 20-1.
Connor is coves three teams he considers “off the radar” but ready to make an big splash in the 2018 FIL World Championships.
The largest group outside of the Blue division, Olive features the variety of Poland, Hong Kong, Uganda, and Luxembourg!
Hong Kong has released the group of 23 men plus 1 alternate that will represent that quickly developing nation in Israel.
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!
In addition to a blossoming domestic product and a rapidly improving representative team, the HKLA treasures its signature event, the Hong Kong Lacrosse Open.
This weekend I made my way all the way out to Hong Kong for the 2018 HKLA (Hong Kong Lacrosse Association) x JLA (Japan Lacrosse Association) Friendship Games to see what the good ole boys from the island have been up to in their preparations for Israel.
Follow the women of Hong Kong lacrosse from trials through their trips to the 2017 Rathbones Women’s Lacrosse World Cup.
I went to Asia, again, for a week and this time it was the Hong Kong Open refreshing my passion for the game.
In about a week from today we will be on the ground in Asia to cover the 2017 Hong Kong Open lacrosse event!