Ireland Lacrosse seeking Head Coach for Women’s Under-19 National Team Ireland Lacrosse, the national governing body for the sport of lacrosse in Ireland, is seeking a Head Coach for the Women’s Under-19 National Team which is due to participate in th
The Women’s National Team is soliciting communications interns for the 2017 World Cup in Surrey, Guilford, UK. Below you will find the overview of the internship. Dates: 1 December 2016 – 1 August 2017 Location: Primarily working from
Dublin, Ireland – Ireland Lacrosse is pleased to announce that the Women’s National Team coaching staff will be offering two open training sessions in the week prior to National Team trials. One session will be held in Galway, while an
Lake Placid, New York, USA – The women’s developmental programme heads to the Lake Placid Summit Classic in Lake Placid, New York for some ramped up competition in anticipation of the Senior Women’s National Team trails for the 2017 Worl
Tryouts have been announced for the Irish Women’s Senior National Lacrosse Team competing in the 2017 World Cup (Surrey Sports Park, Guildford, Surrey, England from 13-22 July 2017). Dates The tryouts for the Ireland Women’s Senior N
24 January 2016, Dublin, Ireland – Ireland Lacrosse is pleased to announce the re-appointment of the Women’s Senior National Team coaching staff, which will next participate in the 2017 World Cup. The Executive Board of Ireland Lacrosse voted un
The Irish Women’s National team defeated Germany 8-4, to take 5th place in the 2015 European Lacrosse championship. This is Ireland’s best finish in the tournament, having finished 8th in the 2012 Euros and 10th in the 2013 World Cup.
The Irish Women’s National team cruised to victory over Latvia on Thursday, winning 14-3. The Green Machine will face Germany in the 5th place game on Saturday, 15 August at 9:00 Nymburk local time.
The Irish Women’s National Team was stymied by defending champions England in the quarterfinals of the 2015 European Lacrosse Championships, 23-4. They will face Latvia on 13 Thursday, at 12:00 Nymburk local time.
The Irish Women’s National team rolled to a 19-3 victory over Belgium in the last game of pool play at the 2015 European Lacrosse Championship. With that win, the Irish finish 2nd in the Green Pool (2-1) and advance to play England in the quarterfinals.