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Top Pro Lacrosse Plays: MLL & PLL — Week 6

Week 6 of the 2019 MLL and PLL season saw a lot of incredible efforts by players in their respective leagues. Here are the top pro lacrosse plays for Week 6.

Top Pro Lacrosse Plays: Week 6

No. 1: Dillon Ward’s Ridiculous Save Against Lyle Thompson

I mean, come on. This definitely has to be one of the better saves we’ve seen at least in quite some time. I’ve always been a fan of Dillon Ward, as he has to be the best all-around goaltender in the world. Don’t believe me? Ward took home the Most Outstanding Goalie award at the 2018 World Lacrosse Championships, making him what many would consider the top field lacrosse goalie in the world. Certainly one of the best in the MLL. Add to the fact that he has consistently been one of the best goaltenders in the NLL as well, and it’s clear that Ward is in a whole other class of keepers.

No. 2: All Other Goalie Saves… Because Dillon Ward, Right?

Let’s not sell the other professional goaltenders out there short. The PLL has proven that they have some incredible goaltending talent, as week-after-week they are making incredible save after save. Watch above for some of the best from last week.

No. 3: Impressive Move By Connor Fields

No. 3 on our list of top pro lacrosse plays is this ridiculous dodge against Chrome by Connor Fields. The Chaos attackman has lit up the PLL in the first half of the season, and looks to continue to make a splash after getting voted into the All-Star game.

No. 4: Lyle Thompson Doing What He Does

To me, Lyle Thompson is the best lacrosse player in the world. In my opinion, definitely the MLL. His creativity, field awareness, skill and athleticism is virtually unmatched. Plus, he’s just an incredible person. He had the goal shown above this past weekend against the Atlanta Blaze.

No. 5: Jules Heningburg. Ball Game!

Ever since getting traded to the Redwoods, Jules Heningburg has been on an offensive tear. This past Saturday was no exception as he scored the game-winning goal in OT to seal the victory for Redwoods over the Archers. Catch the play above.