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TriBall Lacrosse
Tue Nov 16, 2021

In this video:

  • Learn more about how TriBall Lacrosse is revolutionising Lacrosse in Secondary Schools in Victoria. 

ALA 2017 Boys & Girls National Championship Grand Finals
Sat Apr 15, 2017

ALA 2017 Boys & Girls National Championship Grand Finals

2016 ALA U15 National Tournament Boys Final
Sat Oct 8, 2016

Western Metros (VIC) 13 def. Northern Thunder (WA) 3

2016 ALA U15 National Tournament Girls Final
Fri Oct 7, 2016

STORM (SA) 10 def. STARS (WA) 9

2016 FIL U19 Men's Lacrosse Championship - Bronze Medal Game - Australia vs Iroquois Nationals
Mon Aug 15, 2016

GAME 46: Bronze medal game between Australia and the Iroquois Nationals. 

COQUITLAM, BC – Mitch Laffin led the way for the Iroquois Nationals scoring six goals and adding three assists en route to a 20-8 victory over Australia.

Laffin, Austin Staats (3G, 3A), Tehoka Nanticoke (2G, 1A), Matthew Bennett (2G, 1A), Sekwanee Baker (2G), Doug Jamieson (1G, 1A), Skkylar Thomas (1G, 1A), Devon Buckshot (1G) and Tyson Bomberry (1G) provided the Iroquois scoring. Gordon Purdie Jr (2G, 2A), Mathew Wood (2G, 3A), Jordan Campbell (2G), Brayden Panting (1G, 1A) and Keegan Davies (1G, 1A) provided the Australian offence.

This is the third consecutive bronze medal for the Iroquois at the U19 tournament, with others coming in Finland in 2012 and Coquitlam in 2008. They also won bronze in Australia in 1999.

The Iroquois led 3-2 after the opening quarter before exploding for a 7-2 edge in second to lead by six at the break. Discipline allowed the Crocodiles from down under to creep back into the game – Australia’s powerplay went 4-for-12, with three of extra-man goals coming in the second quarter.

Laffin had his best game of the tournament – but some of that credit needs to be shared as close marking on Staats and Nanticoke opened up the attacker from Onondaga. Jamieson was impressive winning 16 of 26 draws.

The momentum was going in Australia’s favour until Staats and Nanticoke each tallied in the final minute of the half.

Australia finishes in fourth, hitting a goal to move up in the U-19 placings after a fifth-place showing in 2012. Their best-ever placing is second which they achieved in 1992 and 1996.

2016 FIL U19 Men's Lacrosse Championship - Day 8 (AUSvUSA)
Thu Jul 14, 2016

GAME 38: Championship Semifinal match-up between the United States and Australia. 

COQUITLAM, BC – Seven different players scored multiple goals, led by Alex Roesner with five, as the United States dominated Australia 23-1 to advance to the championship game of the 2016 Federation of International Lacrosse Men’s U19 World Championship. The U.S., the only nation to have won the championship since the event’s inception in 1988, will go for an eighth straight title on Saturday (16-July-2016) at 7 p.m. (Eastern) against Canada.

The U.S. led 7-0 after the first quarter, 12-0 at the half and 15-0 into the third quarter before Australia’s Sean Clarke scored his team’s only goal with 14:43 remaining in the third quarter. Roesner (5g, 1a) and Michael Sowers (2g, 4a) led the U.S. attack with six points each, and Dox Aitken and Mac O’Keefe each had hat tricks. Aitken scored three of Team USA’s first nine goals. Jared Bernhardt (2g, 2a), Austin Sims (1g, 3a) and Ryan Conrad (1g, 2a) each had at least three points for the U.S. as well.

Team USA controlled the faceoffs with Austin Henningsen (7-of-11) and Christian Feliziani (6-of-10) doing the damage. Willie Klan got the start in goal and played three quarters while making two saves and allowing just one goal. Philip Goss played the final quarter and blanked the Aussies while making one save.

2016 FIL U19 Men's Lacrosse Championship - AUS v ISR
Wed Jul 13, 2016

GAME 34: 9th-12th and 13th Place determining Quarterfinal match-up between Scotland and Mexico. 

COQUITLAM, BC – Israel stuck with Australia for one quarter before the Crocodiles pulled away with a 7-0 run in the second quarter en route to a 21-9 win over Israel. Both offences were explosive, combining for 20 goals, but the Australian experience carried them into the semifinals. The Australian offence was led once again by Gordon Purdie Junior with three goals and six assists. Other scoring came from Jordan Campbell (6G, 2A), Pius Bonjui (4G, 2A), Matthew Wood (4G), Brayden Panting (2G, 2A), Sean Clarke (1G) and Keegan Davies (1G, 1A). Luke Dobson and Lincoln Potter split duties in the cage for the win. Zach Ornstein was terrific for Israel at the faceoff X going 18-for-31 and added two goals off faceoff wins. Nick Schulkin added three goals with singles coming from Sagi Hashai, Yotm Drori, Ilan Hascal, and long-pole Noah Knopf. Australia moves on to face the undefeated Americans on Thursday (14-July-2016) at 4:30 p.m. in the first championship semifinal, while Israel will look to rebound from its first loss of the tournament in a 5th-8th place semifinal game against fellow U-19 tourney newcomer, Ireland, at 3:30 p.m.

2016 FIL U19 Men's Lacrosse Championship - AUS v IRO
Tue Jul 12, 2016

GAME 29: Final Blue Division pool play games for the Iroquois Nationals and Australia. 

COQUITLAM, BC – The Iroquois Nationals (2-2) clinched third spot in the Blue Division with a 16-5 win over Australia (1-3). For the Iroquois, offensive skill and depth proved to be the difference as Tehoka Nanticoke (5G, 2A), Devon Buckshot (3G), Matthew Bennett (3G), Austin Staats (2G, 4A), Jonah Mohawk (1G, 1A), Skklyar Thomas (1G) and Doug Jamieson (1G) scored. Australia had goals from Matthew Wood (3G), Ryan Hockey (1G, 1A) and Pius Bonjui (1G).

2016 FIL U19 Men's Lacrosse Championship - AUS v CAN
Mon Jul 11, 2016

GAME 22: A day five Blue Division match-up between Canada and Australia. 

COQUITLAM, BC – Canada clinched second place in the Blue Division paced by a balanced offensive attack as they closed out the round-robin in dominant fashion defeating Australia 17-3.

Ryan Lanchbury (4G, 3A), Jeff Teat (3G, 2A), Ethan Walker (3G) and Riley Curtis (2G) led the Canadian offence, while Ben French and Dylan Follows also pitched in with one goal and two assists a piece. Singles came from Tanner Cook, Ryland Rees and Clarke Peterson. Australia got one goal each from Gordon Purdie Jr, Keegan Davies and Pius Bonjui.

2016 FIL U19 Men's Lacrosse Championship - AUS v ENG
Sun Jul 10, 2016

GAME 16: Day four contest between Blue Division rivals England and Australia. 

COQUITLAM, BC – Australia led from start to finish, opening up a 4-1 first-quarter lead en route to a 13-10 win over England. England mounted an impressive effort in the second quarter to cut the lead to 8-6 at the half, using five extra-man opportunities to claw back. But Australia’s dominant play at the faceoff X and sustained possessions allowed them to hold on for the win. Australia’s Timothy Graham (10-for-13) and Sean Clarke (9-for-11) were dominant on draws.

Midfielder Brayden Panting (4G, 2A), Gordon Purdie Jr (3G, 2A), Griffin Nicholas (2G, 1A), Matthew Wood (1G, 2A), Ryan Hockey (1G), Pius Bonjui (1G), and Jordan Campbell (1G) scored for Australia, with Luke Dobson making nine saves in the win. For England, Joseph Cara (4G, 2A) was outstanding in creating space and powering by defenders. Other scoring came from Alex Russell (3G), Elliot Leonard (1G, 1A), Benjamin Page-Laycock (1G). William Hudson (6 saves) and Hal Dwobeng (5 saves) split goalkeeping duties.

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