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You’re a Fool if You Don’t Think this is the Best Hidden Ball Trick Ever!

Recently, the RIT hidden ball trick overtime goal has made big waves. People are now beginning to talk about the best hidden ball trick in the history of the game. Some publications have mentioned Maryland’s NCAA playoff game and the Iroquois U19 Lacrosse play. Sadly, many don’t know about De La Salle’s Hidden Ball Trick Game Winner. Moreover, people reluctantly forget about the Gait brothers’ hidden ball trick play, which is byfar the best EVER. Read More…

May 27, 2012; Stony Brook NY, USA; Syracuse Orange head coach Gary Gait at the press conference after the 2012 NCAA Division 1 Womens Lacrosse Championship against the Northwestern Wildcats at LaValle Stadium. Northwestern won 8-6. Mandatory Credit: Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports

May 27, 2012; Stony Brook NY, USA; Syracuse Orange head coach Gary Gait at the press conference after the 2012 NCAA Division 1 Womens Lacrosse Championship against the Northwestern Wildcats at LaValle Stadium. Northwestern won 8-6. Mandatory Credit: Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports

Recently, the RIT hidden ball trick overtime goal has made big waves. People are now beginning to talk about the best hidden ball trick in the history of the game. Some publications have mentioned Maryland’s NCAA playoff game and the Iroquois U19 Lacrosse play. Sadly, many don’t know about De La Salle’s (questionable) Hidden Ball Trick Game Winner. Moreover, people reluctantly forget about the Gait brothers’ hidden ball trick play, which is byfar the best EVER.

This is how we described it one year ago:

Paul and Gary Gait don’t need an introduction. They are two of the best to have ever played the game. They revolutionized the sport and made it a highflying affair. In this video, the Canadian twins meet at midfield to create a smoke and mirrors play, the hidden ball trick. With their backs turned to the Navy defense in 1989, Paul smoothly retains the ball and begins to walk towards the goal while Gary casually power cradles to lure the goalie’s attention. And boom, Paul emits a laser from 30 yards away.

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Dave
Dave
8 years ago

3:41 of this video is the best one ever. Shawn Evans and Cody Jamieson in ’07

Dave
Dave
8 years ago

3:41 of this video is the best one ever. Shawn Evans and Cody Jamieson in ’07

Dave
Dave
8 years ago

3:41 of this video is the best one ever. Shawn Evans and Cody Jamieson in ’07

Dave
Dave
8 years ago

3:41 of this video is the best one ever. Shawn Evans and Cody Jamieson in ’07

WilliamstownLaxClub
8 years ago

No love for team Japan in the 2010 World Games?

WilliamstownLaxClub
8 years ago

No love for team Japan in the 2010 World Games?

WilliamstownLaxClub
8 years ago

No love for team Japan in the 2010 World Games?

WilliamstownLaxClub
8 years ago

No love for team Japan in the 2010 World Games?

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