2011 FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championship

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2011 FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championship
FIL Mistrovství světa v box lakrosu 2011
2011WILClogo.jpg
2011 FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championship official logo
Tournament details
Host country  Czech Republic
Dates May 21–28, 2011
Teams 8
Venue(s) (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions Gold medal blank.svg  Canada (3rd title)
Runner-up Silver medal blank.svg Iroquois Iroquois
Third place Bronze medal blank.svg  United States
Fourth place  Czech Republic
Tournament statistics
Matches played 21
Goals scored 513 (24.43 per match)
Scoring leader(s) United States Casey Powell
England Tom Johnson (31 pts)
MVP United States Casey Powell
2007
2015

The 2011 FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championship was the 3rd FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championship, an international box lacrosse tournament that is held every four years and is sponsored by the Federation of International Lacrosse. It took place between 21 May and 28 May 2011 in Prague, Czech Republic. The games were played at the Eden Arena. The Canadian team was the defending champion.

Venue[edit]

Prague
Host city of the 2011 FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championship in the Czech Republic
Eden Arena
50°4′7.65″N 14°28′46.97″E / 50.0687917°N 14.4797139°E / 50.0687917; 14.4797139 (Prague)
Capacity: 4,900[1]

Preliminary round[edit]

Eight participating teams were placed in the following two groups. After playing a round-robin, the first place team in each group advanced to the semi-finals, the second and third placed teams advanced to the quarter-finals, and the fourth place team advanced to the 7th place playoff.

Pool A[edit]

Team GP W L GF GA DIF PTS Advanced to
 Canada 3 3 0 81 8 +73 3 Semi-finals
 England 3 2 1 49 43 +6 2 Quarter-finals
 Australia 3 1 2 22 53 −31 1 Quarter-finals
 Slovakia 3 0 3 15 63 −48 0 7th place playoff

All times are local (UTC+2).

21 May 2011
16:00
England  20–8
(6–0, 8–2, 0–1, 6–5)
 Australia Eden Arena, Prague
22 May 2011
10:00
Slovakia  1–27
(0–13, 1–4, 0–8, 0–2)
 Canada Eden Arena, Prague
23 May 2011
10:00
Slovakia  7–24
(0–6, 3–5, 2–8, 2–5)
 England Eden Arena, Prague
23 May 2011
16:00
Canada  26–2
(9–1, 8–0, 3–0, 6–1)
 Australia Eden Arena, Prague
24 May 2011
10:00
Australia  12–7
(4–0, 5–4, 0–2, 3–1)
 Slovakia Eden Arena, Prague
24 May 2011
16:00
Canada  28–5
(10–0, 6–1, 4–1, 8–3)
 England Eden Arena, Prague

Pool B[edit]

Team GP W L GF GA DIF PTS Advanced to
Iroquois Iroquois 3 3 0 59 18 +41 3 Semi-finals
 United States 3 2 1 46 17 +29 2 Quarter-finals
 Czech Republic 3 1 2 28 44 −16 1 Quarter-finals
 Ireland 3 0 3 9 63 −54 0 7th round playoff

All times are local (UTC+2).

21 May 2011
10:00
Ireland  3–23
(1–8, 1–7, 1–5, 0–3)
Iroquois Iroquois Eden Arena, Prague
21 May 2011
19:30
United States  14–5
(2–1, 5–2, 2–0, 5–2)
 Czech Republic Eden Arena, Prague
22 May 2011
16:00
Ireland  1–22
(0–7, 1–12, 0–0, 0–3)
 United States Eden Arena, Prague
22 May 2011
19:00
Czech Republic  5–25
(1–6, 2–8, 2–7, 0–4)
Iroquois Iroquois Eden Arena, Prague
23 May 2011
19:00
Iroquois Iroquois 11–10
(2–3, 2–4, 4–1, 3–2)
 United States Eden Arena, Prague
24 May 2011
19:00
Czech Republic  18–5
(2–1, 4–0, 9–2, 3–2)
 Ireland Eden Arena, Prague

Final round[edit]

  Quarter-finals     Semi-finals     Gold medal game
                           
        A1   Canada 15  
  B2   United States 28     QF1W   United States 10    
  A3   Australia 2         SF1W   Canada 13
      SF2W  Iroquois Iroquois 6
        B1  Iroquois Iroquois 19    
  A2   England 7     QF2W   Czech Republic 6   Bronze medal game
  B3   Czech Republic 12   SF1L   United States 16
  SF2L   Czech Republic 7

All times are local (UTC+2).

Quarter-finals[edit]

26 May 2011
16:00
United States  28–2
(6–0, 9–1, 8–1, 5–0)
 Australia Eden Arena, Prague
26 May 2011
19:00
England  7–12
(2–1, 3–6, 1–2, 1–3)
 Czech Republic Eden Arena, Prague

Semi-finals[edit]

27 May 2011
16:00
Canada  15–10
(3–2, 2–3, 5–1, 5–4)
 United States Eden Arena, Prague
27 May 2011
19:00
Iroquois Iroquois 19–6
(3–1, 8–2, 3–1, 5–2)
 Czech Republic Eden Arena, Prague

7th place playoff[edit]

26 May 2011
10:00
Slovakia  5–10
(1–2, 0–2, 2–5, 2–1)
 Ireland Eden Arena, Prague
27 May 2011
10:00
Ireland  7–10
(2–0, 2–3, 0–3, 3–4)
 Slovakia Eden Arena, Prague

Ireland won 17–15 on aggregate.

5th place playoff[edit]

28 May 2011
10:00
Australia  8–23
(3–4, 2–4, 2–10, 1–5)
 England Eden Arena, Prague

Bronze medal game[edit]

28 May 2011
16:00
United States  16–7
(3–2, 4–3, 5–1, 4–1)
 Czech Republic Eden Arena, Prague

Gold medal game[edit]

28 May 2011
19:00
Canada  13–6
(2–1, 7–1, 3–2, 1–2)
Iroquois Iroquois Eden Arena, Prague

Ranking and statistics[edit]

Final standings[edit]

The final standings of the tournament according to the FIL:

Gold medal icon.svg  Canada
Silver medal icon.svg Iroquois Iroquois
Bronze medal icon.svg  United States
4  Czech Republic
5  England
6  Australia
7  Ireland
8  Slovakia

Scoring leaders[edit]

This list shows the top players sorted by points, then goals. If the list exceeds ten runners because of a tie in points, all of the tied runners are shown.

Player GP G A Pts PIM
Canada Colin Doyle 3 10 12 22 2
Canada Dan Dawson 2 8 11 19 0
United States Casey Powell 3 9 9 18 0
Iroquois Cory Bomberry 3 7 11 18 0
Iroquois Cody Jamieson 3 13 4 17 2
England Tom Johnson 3 9 8 17 2
Canada Shawn Evans 3 11 4 15 0
England James Delaney 3 10 5 15 0
Canada Stephen Leblanc 3 10 5 15 2
Iroquois Jeff Shattler 3 6 9 15 6

GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalties In Minutes

Source

Leading goaltenders[edit]

Only the top five goaltenders, based on save percentage, are included in this list.

Player GP SV GA Sv%
Iroquois Jeffrey Powless 4 16 1 94%
United States Ginny Capicchioni 5 28 2 93%
Republic of Ireland Mike Cregan 5 80 9 90%
Canada Anthony Cosmo 4 38 6 86%
Iroquois Angus Goodleaf 4 39 7 85%

GP = Games played; SV = Saves; GA = Goals Against; Sv% = Save Percentage

Source

All-Star Team[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Venue". 2011 FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championship. Archived from the original on 23 May 2011. Retrieved 2011-05-24. 

External links[edit]