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Home Internationals (Women's Lacrosse)

Postby UKLaxfan Mon Mar 26, 2012 2:38 pm

Games Promotion :

We actually find out where & when the Women's Lacrosse Home Internationals are BEFORE they happen :mrgreen:

Website: http://englishlacrosseassociation.co.uk ... 06/cr.aspx

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Book Tickets Here:- http://homeinternationals.eventbrite.co ... 0S,26FHC,1

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2012 Home Internationals:
BOOK NOW and attend the highlight event of the season | 2012 Home Internationals @ Surrey Sports Park April 21st-22nd.

This years Home Internationals will take place at the prestigious Surrey Sports Park, one of the countries top sporting venues.

Come down and watch the best players in the United Kingdom and Ireland battle it out for the 2012 Home Internationals title. The tournament will feature some of the following teams:

England
Scotland
Wales
Ireland
England Centex
England Development

Don't miss your opportunity to see Team England in action before they go for gold at this years European Championships.

Book now and you will enter the prize draw to win a Team England jersey signed by all of the players.

Ticket Prices:

School Groups Weekend Pass: £200*
School Groups Day Pass: £120*

Adult Weekend Pass: £15
Adult Day Pass: £10

Concession Weekend Pass: £8
Concession Day Pass: £5

*20 School Children & 2 Teachers

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Re: Home Internationals (Women's Lacrosse)

Postby GiBby Sat Apr 21, 2012 1:56 pm

Any Results to speak of?
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Re: Home Internationals (Women's Lacrosse)

Postby woldham Sun Apr 22, 2012 7:53 pm

England win overall beating Wales, Scotland and England Blues over the course of the weekend.
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Re: Home Internationals (Women's Lacrosse)

Postby UKLacrosse Sun Apr 22, 2012 8:10 pm

woldham wrote:England win overall beating Wales, Scotland and England Blues over the course of the weekend.


Does anyone else get baffled with this England, England Blue, England White, is there a Red as well ..... is it some kind of secret code, just in case one team beats the other, when they're not supposed to?
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Re: Home Internationals (Women's Lacrosse)

Postby whopead Sun Apr 22, 2012 8:52 pm

Would England blue and white be centex and Development?

Having followed some results on facebook they have been giving results for an England B aswelll?
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Re: Home Internationals (Women's Lacrosse)

Postby Squiffyallday Tue Apr 24, 2012 2:55 pm

All quite straightforward:

England Blue was the notional 1st team (missing a couple of players who couldn't make the trials);
England White, the notional 2nd team (boosted by said players).

Both these teams played in the 1st team tournament against Scotland and Wales. Blue ended with 3 wins out of 3 and White 3 losses, (by 1 against Scotland, 3 against Wales and 2 against Blue), so good experience for a young side most of whom are just beyond Centex.

The 'B' tournament pitted England 'B' (largely Centex with a couple of more experienced players for a steady hand on the tiller), against Ireland, Scotland B and Wales B. England emerged victors and Ireland won their first game in the history of these tournaments.

So, all in all, lots of positives to come out of the event with young players learning from the experience and England showed the depth of talent that they have.

You can see scores and pics on Facebook: England Women's National Lacrosse Team

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