Scotland Box Lacrosse Filmed In Abandoned Warehouse

Scotland Box Lacrosse Promo Video


The Glasgow Clydesiders have recently released a promo edit for box lacrosse in Scotland. The team, along with filmmaker (@paulmac4444), created this film in a dark abandoned factory of south-side Glasgow. I hope you like it. Read More…

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Scottish Box Lacrosse League, A Brief Look Inside

Scottish Box Lacrosse League


Glasgow Clydesiders were founded in the Summer of 2012 by Myles Bonnar and Hal Jones who decided to create the foundation for the possible establishment of a Scottish Box Lacrosse League. The group started with around 20 members and 10-12 players attending the weekly Wednesday game. Since then, the membership figures have risen to 50 + after the inclusion of players from field lacrosse clubs such as Stirling University, Edinburgh City, Glasgow University and Glasgow City. Read More…

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Glasgow City Lacrosse

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This was just brought to our attention. Lax in Scotland! This is what it’s all about. Guys around the world are working day-and-night to make our sport better. We give props to the Scots for exploring opportunities. The Glasgow City team actually supplies free jerseys to beginners and have trained coaches at all levels, starting at the grassroots level. They created this video in an effort to spread the growth of the game in their country. Read More…

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2012 Scotland U19 Lacrosse Blog From Turku, Finland

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The schedule became clear to us today. Tomorrow we must beat the Dutch for the chance to play the Welsh once more, if we win both of these games we get 9th place. If we lose to the Dutch we play the Koreans, a fight for 11th place. This made our goal very clear – we must beat a team we have beaten to play a team who have beaten us, making both games perhaps harder mentally thanks to the history. Read More…

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2012 Scotland U19 Lacrosse Blog From Turku, Finland



Today, was all about lifting team morale after yesterday’s loss against the Welsh. With the team deflated and most of our minds clearly in the wrong place, we were taken out for an unconventional training session. Rather than running drills, we ran six-on-six for 1 or 2 hours, hacking pieces out of each other and generally letting some steam off – none of us were ready to think about walk-throughs. The weather helped, with the sun hot enough to allow just pinnies. We reminded ourselves that although we could now only finish 9th, if we won our next game we could face the Welsh again, motivation enough to get everyone’s head back where it should be. I personally found ice cream, Subway, and muffins helped me get over the loss. Read More…

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2012 Scotland U19 Lacrosse Blog From Turku, Finland

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With yesterday’s victory we were granted a bit longer in bed before pre-game walk throughs and training. The weather was far more miserable than the day before, and remained that way the entire day, perhaps a sign of things to come. Read More…

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2012 Scotland U19 Lacrosse Blog From Turku, Finland

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Day 4: Game day. Early start to get in the right food before taping sticks, packing the white jerseys and heading down to the hotel foyer to meet for the walk over. Flag bearer Rory Halsey led us from the hotel to the changing rooms where the Germany Wales game was finishing up. After a team talk we stepped out to warm up, again with Rory leading us with the saltire. After a quick run through of drills it was time to sing the national anthem. Read More…

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2012 Scotland U19 Lacrosse Blog From Turku, Finland

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Day 3 promised to hold a little more for Scotland. The day started with more salmon and pancakes, before stepping out to the main stadium for training. We headed over to Ylakentta stadium for the first time, rehearsing some more plays and fine tuning the defence. For lunch we went back to Veritas Stadion, where we got a chance to watch a Holland v Wales scrimmage and also the Koreans training – our opponents for tomorrow. Over lunch we crossed paths with the Germans, hair of choice being a mohawk. Read More…

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Scotland U19 Lacrosse Blog From Turku, Finland

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Jonny Davis, a middie for Team Scotland, will be blogging from Turku, Finland. Jonny will be detailing the daily ins and outs of what it’s like to play in the U19 World Games, but also share experiences from off the field. Below is the first installment of the U19 Scotland lacrosse blog. Read More…

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2012 Scotland U19 Lacrosse Equipment and Apparel

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Team Scotland knows how to represent! All of their U19 gear is decked out with the country’s iconic lion. The “Lion Rampant” is emblazoned not only on the Warrior Riot Gloves above, but also every single item of equipment and apparel. Scottish pride can never be questioned. Read More…

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