England women's national lacrosse team

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The England women's national lacrosse team represents England at women's lacrosse. It is governed by the English Lacrosse Association. They are currently ranked 4th in the world.[1] They were runners-up in the Women's Lacrosse World Cup twice, and have also hosted the tournament twice. The team came 4th in the 2013 Women's Lacrosse World Cup, which has held in Oshawa, Canada.[2] The team is a full member of the Federation of International Lacrosse.[3]

Official Logo of English Lacrosse.

England will be hosting the 2017 Women's Lacrosse World Cup . The tournament will be held at the Surrey Sports Park in Guildford, Surrey, in the South East of England, with 30 nations expected to compete.[4] The official team colours of the English national team are red and white. Surridge Sport created the uniforms that the team wore at the 2013 World Cup. Under Armour Teamsports are Team England’s official on-field and off-field teamwear providers. STX are Team England’s official equipment providers while ZimaGear are Team England’s official helmet decal sponsors.[5]

England national lacrosse team
Players Coaches
  • Emily Gray
  • Alexandra Bruce
  • Alison Smith
  • Annie Hillier
  • Asha Niven
  • Ashleigh Smith
  • Cat Gaunt
  • George Hurt
  • Katy Bennett
  • Keely Watt
  • Laura Merrifield
  • Lucy Lynch
  • Rachel Kirchheimer
  • Ruby Smith
  • Sally Keogh
  • Sarah Taylor
  • Sophie Brett[6]
  • Head coach: Alex Mackenzie-Smith[7]

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See also[edit]

Lacrosse in England
England men's national lacrosse team
Sport in England

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FIL | Federation of International Lacrosse". Filacrosse.com. 
  2. ^ 検査キットの精度・信頼性と評価. "検査キット". 2013worldlacrosse.com. 
  3. ^ "FIL | Federation of International Lacrosse". Filacrosse.com. 
  4. ^ English Lacrosse, England Win Bid to Host 2017 World CUp
  5. ^ English Lacrosse Sponsors, 03/01/2015
  6. ^ English Lacrosse, Retrieved 03/01/2015
  7. ^ English Lacrosse Website, Retrieved 03/01/2015
  8. ^ about 12 hours ago. "Senior Female – Team England". English Lacrosse.