Here’s that Hidden Ball Trick the Iroquois U19 Lacrosse Team Pulled Off


The 2012 FIL U19 World Lacrosse Championships concluded this weekend with USA defeating Canada, 10-8. But, the road to victory was not void of a few bumps along the way. The Iroquois team defeated the Red, White, and Blue for the first time in history. The game included two hidden ball tricks. Here’s one of them and it will leave you befuddled.

It’s too bad that the clip is in reverse, but you can figure out how it unfolded. Does it qualify as a hidden ball trick? Yup, the deception is astounding.

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  3. The Lax Ball Doctor on July 24, 2012 at 3:32 pm

    We need a re-post of this with it in slow motion forward.  Very hard to follow backwards.

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