Adelaide University Lacrosse Club
|Adelaide University Lacrosse Club Inc.|
|Home ground||Park 10 North Adelaide|
|Men's Coach||Dr Don Houston|
|Women's Coach||Alice Weatherford|
|Affiliations||Lacrosse SA, Adelaide Uni Sports Assoc|
The Adelaide University Lacrosse Club (AULC) is an Australian-based lacrosse club founded in 1889 by Nobel Prize winning Professor William Henry Bragg. It is one of the oldest lacrosse clubs in Australia and is a founding member of the Adelaide University Sports Association. The AULC takes part in an annual competition against the Melbourne University Lacrosse Club that was first contested in 1905 and competes locally in the Lacrosse South Australia competition. Club membership is focused on University of Adelaide students and graduates. Other non students are also members. The AULC trains on the University of Adelaide's Park 10 sports fields in the park lands between the University campus and North Adelaide.
- 1909 Henry Fry, anthropologist and medical practitioner.
- 1917 Sir Hugh William Bell Cairns, neurosurgeon.
- 1925 Myles Landseer Formby, World War II surgeon.
- 1939 Duncan Campbell Menzies, army officer. Died after being tortured by the Japanese in Burma whilst on patrol with the Chindits during World War II.
- 1955 Ian Wilson, politician and lawyer.
- 1976 Mark Rogers Mussared, engineer.
- 1983 David Alexander C Robertson
Other Players of Note
An Adelaide University Blue is awarded for excellence in a particular sport. The awarding of a Blue is usually for competing in a state or national team. The AULC has 134 full Blues awarded to members since 1908. Many more half blues and club letters have also been awarded.
A Grade Premierships
The AULC has won 11 men's and 1 women's A grade premierships since 1890.
- Adelaide University Lacrosse Club, theblacks.com.au
- The Blacks, Adelaide University Sports Association.
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- List of South Australian Rhodes Scholars, www.adelaide.edu.au
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- E. T. Williams, 'Cairns, Sir Hugh William Bell (1896–1952)', Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 7, Melbourne University Press, 1979, pp 524-525.
- Obituaries Archived 27 December 2004 at the Wayback Machine., 17 March 1994, Oxford Gazette.
- Brigadier Myles Landseer Formby, www.generals.dk
- Alasdair Sutherland, A Highland Chindit, BBC – WW2 People's War
- Rhodes Scholars[permanent dead link], The Blacks – University of Adelaide Sports Association
- Blues[permanent dead link], The Blacks – University of Adelaide Sports Association.