“England Lacrosse are delighted to be able to host a joint home Internationals for the 1st time ever and look forward to establishing it as a major event in the annual international calendar.” Mark Coups EL CEO
Steve Lydon has appointed two additional staff members to join his team in preparation for the 2020 European Championships and for the 2022 World Championship.
In addition Antony Thorton has been appointed as Team Manager for the Men's National Team. Antony has been the Chair of the Reading Lacrosse Club and has worked as an Event Coordinator for SEMLA. Antony brings a wealth of experience as an administrator and in the development of Lacrosse across the UK.
England Lacrosse are pleased to announce NeedleSmart as team sponsor of Team England during the Women’s European Lacrosse Championship 2019, Israel.
The deal will provide significant support to the squad as they start their defence of the European title.
England, who defeated Wales in both the 2012 and 2015 European finals, are aiming to become 7-time European champions at the event in Netanya, Israel between 15-25 July 2019.
Steve Lydon has today announced the staff that will be supporting him with the England Senior Mens squad in their preparation for the European Cup 2020.
Durham University added to their 2019 trophy cabinet by securing the Lacrosse 8’s title on Sunday 31st March. The team from the North East did not concede a goal during the men’s lacrosse 8’s final against Nottingham University (4-0).
Oxford University made it two years in a row in the women’s lacrosse 8’s event, Nottingham Uni pushed them close but Oxford were able to hold onto a single goal advantage (3-2).