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Grand Final Fever Hits Western Australia Lacrosse

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The 2014 Western Australian Lacrosse Season is about the wrap up for year but not without some action packed Championship Games this Saturday 13th September 2014. The headline games will be live streamed for the first time in Lacrosse WA history and will showcase the best the men and women of Western Australia have to offer. All championship games will be played at the East Fremantle Lacrosse Club. Read More…

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Australian Men’s Lacrosse Preps For World Games In Denver


The Australian National team has been runner-up four times in the World Games and are looking to make a splash at this year’s culminating event. The men’s Lacrosse World Championships will be held in Denver next month and the team from down under, which is comprised of mainly South Australians, looks to have a great showing. Read More…

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Australia vs Japan Highlight Video

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In preparation for the 2014 World Championships, the Japanese men’s lacrosse team traveled to Australia for a showdown with the Aussie men’s national team. Check out some highlights of this international lacrosse event. Read More…

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Williamstown Lacrosse Club Launches New Website


The Williamstown Lacrosse Club Committee is pleased to launch the new WLC website. Here you will find all the information needed to stay up to date and involved with the greatest lacrosse club in Australia. You’ll have full access to information about upcoming games, upcoming events statistics both historical and current, news, photos, videos, maps, interviews with players and coaches and contact information. Read More…

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U.S. Rallies Past Australia for FIL U19 Women’s World Championship – HANNOVER, Germany — The U.S. captured its fourth consecutive Federation of International Lacrosse Under-19 Women’s World Championship Saturday with a 14-11, come-from-behind win over archrival Australia. Team USA trailed 6-3 midway through the first half, but stormed back to complete its title run and end the tournament with a perfect 8-0 record. Read More…

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Lacrosse Hits the Big Screen in Australia

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OK, so it’s not the big screen, but it is big time. There will be a show similar to the days of Leif Elsmo’s Toyota Lacrosse Weekly in Australia. The details are limited right now, but the show will be called Fastbreak Weekly. Read More…

Australian U19 Lacrosse Highlights

Here’s a mixtape of some of the highlights from the 2011 Australian Under 19 Lacrosse Championships. This brings memories of my trip down under swirling back to me like PinkBerry. I was 14 years old in Melbourne, Australia, by myself. The VicLax team took care of me though. I grew up a lot that summer… Keep Reading…

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“Video of the Week”

A loyal fan of LPG from Australia gave us a nod about an odd video floating around the web. We are speechless and don’t know how to describe it. From what we can see, it is a lax player from Japan. We know this because we posted the sick Karate jerseys in July. Anddd believe me, this is way more puzzling than the Japanese Hidden Ball Trick.

We need your help writing a caption for this “poopy” video. “Video of the Week” simply isn’t good enough! Please leave your suggestions in the comments section. Warning: this video may leave you more puzzled than “Inception.” View Video…

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Game Photos: Lacrosse World Games Semi-Finals

USA and Canada met in the World Games championship Saturday. USA came out on top with a come-from-behind win. But both teams wouldn’t have taken it the distance without playing well in the Semi’s prior to Saturday’s thrilling ‘ship. Click the picture to view the game photos from USA vs. Japan and Canada vs. Australia.

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Japanese Hidden Ball Trick

Japan pulls off an upset win over Australia with help from masterful stick skills. In the waning minutes of the third quarter Japan secures the win with a hidden ball trick. The defense is completely fooled keened in on a player power-cradling at the top of the box. Little do they know, there is another player drifting back behind the goal who has the ball. The goalie never sees it coming.

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