The Death of American Field Lacrosse

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Re: The Death of American Field Lacrosse

Postby davidmcculloch81 Thu Nov 25, 2010 11:26 am

hooters86 wrote:
dmiddie wrote:
Sour37 wrote:Be interesting to see how shef uni get on playing with 15 in prem 1 this year against the 13 man squads of all the other teams...And to see how coaches at other clubs react

Sheffield Uni will lose, so not an issue.

Who'd have thought, Sheff Uni 5th in the prem and 4 wins up in mid November.....

Good spot hooters. I'd like to hear what dmiddie has to say about this...
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Re: The Death of American Field Lacrosse

Postby Mort rotu Thu Mar 31, 2011 5:09 pm

bit of a bump, but this is pretty relevant to the arguments in this thread ... ight-draft

summary: widen the heads to create more turnovers and a faster, more flowing game. this in turn will make the game better suited to a television audience and the riches for the sport that entails.

It also features a fantastic dig at the diving antics of footballers in the last paragraph.
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