Scotland national indoor lacrosse team

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Scotland
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AssociationLacrosse Scotland
ConfederationELF (Europe)
Head coachBrian Witmer
World Championship
Appearances2 (first in 2003)

The Scotland national indoor lacrosse team represents Scotland at box lacrosse. It is governed by Lacrosse Scotland.

World Indoor Lacrosse Championship[edit]

The inaugural World Indoor Lacrosse Championship (WILC) was held in Hamilton, Kitchener, Mississauga, and Oshawa, Ontario, Canada in May 2003. National teams from Australia, Canada, the Czech Republic, the Iroquois Nation, Scotland and the United States participated. The World Indoor Lacrosse Championship was sponsored by the International Lacrosse Federation through 2007. The team attended the second championship in 2007. The championship is now sponsored by World Lacrosse (formally the Federation of International Lacrosse). The Box (Indoor) lacrosse program within Scotland and the Scotland national indoor lacrosse team was reformed in 2018 after not attending the 2011 and 2015 World Indoor Lacrosse Championships. The team is under the management of Brendan Cook (General Manager), Brian Witmer (Head Coach) and Navi Mahal (Assistant Coach). The team attended the European Box lacrosse invitational (EBox) in 2018 and again in 2019. The team will be attending the World Indoor Lacrosse Championships 2019 in Langley, Canada and has been seeded 16th out of 20 teams.

Scotland national indoor lacrosse Roster 2019[edit]

Pos. No. Player Team Nationality
Goaltender 44 Dylan Cowman Scotland Glasgow Clydesiders Canada
Goaltender 35 Chris Knowles Scotland Scotland Grizzlies Scotland
Goaltender 77 Craig McFeeters Canada Port Moody Canada
Defenseman 1 Nye Gordon England London Raptors Scotland
Defenseman 28 Peter Shepherd Scotland Scotland Grizzlies Scotland
Defenseman 14 Sasha Thain Scotland Glasgow City Scotland
Defenseman 8 John McIntyre Scotland Strathclyde University Scotland
Defenseman 91 John King Scotland Edinburgh City Scotland
Defenseman 2 Jorel Doherty England London Raptors Australia
Defenseman 23 Ben Robertson Scotland Edinburgh City Scotland
Defenseman 32 Colin Weir Scotland Stirling Stags Scotland
Transition 16 Iain Murray England London Raptors Canada
Transition 20 Hal Jones Scotland Glasgow Clydesiders Scotland
Transition 21 Matt Hill Scotland Glasgow City Scotland
Attackman 12 Tom Becque Scotland Edinburgh City England
Attackman 10 Thomas Moffat Canada Langley Thunder Canada
Attackman 13 Tim Mottram England Leeds City Scotland
Attackman 24 Iain Vickars England Hillcroft Canada
Attackman 17 Michael Barclay Scotland Edinburgh City England
Attackman 11 Trevor Jackson England Durham University United States
Attackman 36 Martin Crawford Scotland Edinburgh City Scotland
Attackman 22 Johny Shaw Scotland Glasgow City Scotland
Attackman 52 Corrie Bruce Scotland Scotland Grizzlies Scotland

ILF World Indoor Championships History[edit]

2019 World Championship[edit]

2019 World Championship Group play
TEAM GP W L GF GA PTS
Mexico 0 0 0 0 0 0
Scotland 0 0 0 0 0 0
Germany 0 0 0 0 0 0
Slovakia 0 0 0 0 0 0
Czech Republic 0 0 0 0 0 0

2007 World Championship[edit]

2007 World Championship
GROUP 'A' GP W L GF GA PTS
Canada 3 3 0 67 10 6
United States 3 2 1 44 27 4
Australia 3 1 2 27 51 2
Ireland 3 0 3 9 59 0
GROUP 'B' GP W L GF GA PTS
Iroquois Nationals 3 3 0 70 16 6
England 3 2 1 32 41 4
Scotland 3 1 2 22 43 2
Czech Republic 3 0 3 20 44 0

Quarter-finals: 18 May 2007 - England defeated Australia 15-11; USA defeated Scotland 17-9

Fifth Place Match: 19 May 2007 - Scotland defeated Australia 14-8


2003 World Championship[edit]

2003 World Championship
TEAM GP W L GF GA PTS
Canada 5 5 0 109 29 10
Iroquois Nationals 5 4 1 100 52 8
Scotland 5 3 2 63 69 6
United States 5 2 3 75 65 4
Australia 5 1 4 39 102 2
Czech Republic 5 0 5 29 98 0

Semi-finals: 22 May 2003 - Canada defeated USA 17-9; Iroquois Nationals defeated Scotland 22-8

Bronze Medal Match: 24 May 2003 - USA defeated Scotland 15-9

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