England women's national lacrosse team

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England
Flag of England.svg
Association English Lacrosse Association
Confederation ELF (Europe)
World Cup
Appearances 10 (first in 1982)
Best result Runner-ups (1989, 1993)
Website www.englishlacrosse.co.uk

The England women's national lacrosse team represents England at women's lacrosse. It is governed by the English Lacrosse Association. 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.[1] The team is a full member of the Federation of International Lacrosse.[2]

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.[3] The official team colours of the English national team are red and white. Player Layer are Team England’s official on-field and off-field teamwear providers. STX are Team England’s official equipment providers. [4]

England national lacrosse team
Players Coaches
  • Lucy Grant

Izzy McNab Hannah Walters Sophie Whitehead Chloe Chan Emma Oakley Katie Armstrong Emily Gray

  • Alison Smith
  • Annie Hillier
  • Asha Niven
  • Ashleigh Gloster
  • Cat Gaunt
  • George Hurt

Millz Hayes Claire Faram Katie Lehovsky Charl Lytollis Liv Wimpenny

  • Keely Harper
  • Laura Merrifield
  • Lucy Lynch
  • Ruby Smith
  • Sally Keogh
  • Sarah Taylor
  • Sophie Brett

Torz Anderson Sophie Morrill Florry Saunders Charlie Finnigan [5]

  • Head coach: Phil Collier

Coach Katelyn Hoffman Manager Lara Owen Assistant Manager Polly Enevoldson

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See also[edit]

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

References[edit]

  1. ^ 検査キットの精度・信頼性と評価. "検査キット". 2013worldlacrosse.com. Archived from the original on 27 May 2013.
  2. ^ "FIL | Federation of International Lacrosse". Filacrosse.com.
  3. ^ English Lacrosse, England Win Bid to Host 2017 World CUp
  4. ^ English Lacrosse Sponsors, 03/01/2015
  5. ^ English Lacrosse, Retrieved 03/01/2015
  6. ^ "Senior Female – Team England". English Lacrosse.