THE WORLD GAMES 7th – 17th JULY 2022

Well the games are over and we are proud of what our teams achieved. The men finished in 4th place, losing to Japan in a nail biting game which was decided by a golden goal in overtime and a final score of 18-19. The women played Australia and despite some great play, they could not contain them and finished in 4th place with a final score of  7-13. All results can be found here.

Congratulations to both teams for reaching a medal play-off in such a strong competition.

Here are some photos of our teams in action – courtesy of World Lacrosse.

 

WHAT’S THE LATEST?

World Lacrosse LAX28 Campaign

World Lacrosse have launched a creative campaign celebrating lacrosse, its history while looking towards the future, which is looking more and more exciting.

Inspiring Women

As if it was not challenging enough bringing up a young family, add in Covid, training for a World Lacrosse Championship and The World Games

Interview with Tommy Kirkland

Have a read of a recent interview where British Lacrosse men's player, Tommy Kirkland, talks about lacrosse and the company he co-founded.

British Lacrosse strengthens its Board

British Lacrosse, the national coordinating body for lacrosse in Great Britain welcomes four new independent non-executive directors to its board, effective June 1, 2022.

US Training Camp For Boys

Amazing opportunity for boys in the US to meet British Lacrosse men’s squad players and coaches in a special training session to get a unique behind the scenes experience. 

First Sixes Experience Camp A Big Hit

On 8th May our British Lacrosse players and coaches delivered the first of two Sixes Experience camps.

Lacrosse Nations Cups 2022 – Dresden

Follow the men as they continue their preparation and build up for The World Games in July.

U.S. College Honours for British Goalkeeper

This week William Baxter was honoured with two accolades at the end of the American college season.

Help our players to get to TWG2022

Our teams have recently won the first-ever EuroLax Sixes Cup and are on their way to the US this July to compete in The World Games

British Lacrosse Branding Story

Check out the story of the our brand. We are delighted to have a modern British identity for our new national sports body

Support British Lacrosse

We are grateful to the growing number of organisations who share our passion for lacrosse and our excitement about TWG2022 and who have provided financial and in-kind support to British Lacrosse and its players.

And of course, we would love to welcome more supporters on board. If you are interested in exploring possibilities for your organisation, we’d love to chat.

Contact us to find out more.