NEW YORK — March 26, 2013 — Maverik Lacrosse and Cascade Lacrosse are proud to announce its partnership with the Australian Men’s National Lacrosse Team for the 2014 World Championship in Denver. Australia will be receiving custom designed Maverik equipment while Cascade will be outfitting the team with custom helmets. Australia is currently ranked third in the world, behind the United States and Canada, and is hard at work preparing for Denver. For the latest gear, news and updates on the Australian Men’s National Lacrosse Team and their preparation for the World Championship check out the team web site here.
“I am really excited about our newly formed partnership between Maverik Lacrosse, Cascade Sports and the 2014 Australian Men’s Lacrosse team,” said Glenn Meredith, Head Coach of the Australian Men’s National Team. “All Australian Men’s players competing at the elite level of the FIL 2014 Men’s Lacrosse World Championship in Denver will now be using the best lacrosse equipment in the World. It will be fantastic journey working with such a dedicated and professional group as the Maverik family.
The Denver World Championship will be an amazing experience for all involved.”
Key Australian Men’s National Lacrosse Team Events:
Australian Players returning from US Colleges, for the ALA Nationals, June 5 – 8 and Tryout camp June 9 & 10, Melbourne
Japan Men’s National Team will play Australia in June 2013, Melbourne
Australian Team competing in the ALA Southern Crosse Tournament, January 2 – 6, Melbourne
Australian Team will visit Japan in Feb/March 2014 to play Japan Men’s National Team, Tokyo Japan
Australian Team competing in elite division of the Vale tournament in July 2014, Vail, Colorado USA
2014 FIL World Championship Denver U.S.A July 10 to 19
“Australia has a rich history of lacrosse and continues to develop players who are making a name for themselves at the highest levels of our sport,” said John Gagliardi, founder of Maverik Lacrosse. “We are very proud to be partnering with such a high calibre team as Australia.”