Chesapeake Bayhawks P.T. Ricci Joins Thailand Lacrosse



P.T. Ricci joins the list of star studded Development Officers who will help aid Thailand men’s lacrosse team for 2011. The former Loyola and MLL fierce long pole will be assisting his former Loyola Teammate, and the TLA’s current interim coach, Steve Hess on the defensive end of the field. Keep Reading…

Woodson joins Lindsay and Harrison to aid Thailand Lacrosse for 2011




MLL and LXM Pro Player Chazz Woondson signed on board as Thailand Lacrosse’s Development officer for 2011, along side Sean Lindsay and Kyle Harrison. Woodson is no stranger to the TLA organization, this past October he and Lindsay traveled to Bangkok to aid and training the Thai national team to victory against it’s regional rival Hong Kong. Keep Reading…

LXM Pro Players named Thailand Lacrosse’s 2011 Development Officers



Thailand Lacrosse Association recently announced Sean Lindsay and Kyle Harrison as the 2011 TLA Development Officers, and advisors. Lindsay (Syracuse), and Harrison (Hopkins) will split their time between their commitments in the U.S. to help develop new, and existing talents as well as promote the sport in Thailand through out the course of 2011.

Orca Lacrosse Club x Maverik Maybach

Orca Lacrosse Club x Maverik Maybach



Here’s the first glimps of Orca’s Maybach gloves, one of the two gloves (Empire Orca coming soon) by Maverik that this “Thailand based” men’s club lacrosse team will be rocking for 2011 season. The 2011 spec Maybach and Empire will feature a few improved modifications for the demand of the players.The team’s all Black with White trimming theme will also be incorporated in the team’s Cascade Pro7 helmet.

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Thailand Lacrosse Game In The News




The Thailand national team defended the “Friendly Cup” against its regional rival, the Hong Kong national team, to keep the trophy in Thailand. This was the second game in the two game 2010 series between the two countries, the first inaugural game was in Kawloon, Hong Kong. The game was historically significant as it was the first ever lacrosse game to be played in Thailand. The local news thought so, too. Lacrosse coverage begins at the 3 minute mark.

THAILAND Successfully Defends the “Friendly Cup” against HONG KONG in Bangkok

THAILAND Successfully Defends the “Friendly Cup” against HONG KONG in Bangkok



The Thailand national team defended the “Friendly Cup” against its regional rival, the Hong Kong national team, to keep the trophy in Thailand. This was the second game in the two game 2010 series between the two countries, the first inaugural game was in Kawloon, Hong Kong. The game was historically significant as it was the first ever lacrosse game to be played in Thailand. Keep Reading…