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Urgent call for U18 Girls State Team Coach

Lacrosse Victoria is urgently seeking a coach for the girls U18 state team.As there have been no applications received by the original closing date, the application process has been extended until 5th February, 2014

Support the Aussie men's squad

The Australian men's squad is in the home stretch to the World Championships, which will be held in Denver in July. The guys on the team are paying for almost all the costs out of their own pocket, so every dollar counts. The team is holding a BBQ and family day fundraiser on Sunday, 16/2 at the South Melbourne Life Saving Club - Beaconsfield Parade, Albert Park. The BBQ will be on and it promises to be a great day with lots of fun and games. So come and support the team as they prepare for Denver.

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LV Needs YOUR Ideas!

Lacrosse Victoria will be rolling out an Entry Level Program across Victoria for 2014 and beyond! BUT the Program needs a FUN, CATCHY name that will appeal to 6 - 9 year olds!!

SO LV NEEDS YOUR HELP!

LV is running a NAMING COMPETITION to come up with the BEST NAME for the Entry Level Program which will be the first introduction for any Boy and Girl in Victoria trying Lacrosse. The DEADLINE for the Competition is:

FRIDAY, 7 FEBRUARY BY 5PM

Alistair Gloutnay named defensive coach for Aussie U19 VIC contingent

Alistair was approached by the Aussie U19 coaching staff and has agreed to join the team as a defensive coach for the VIC contingent. Al is a perennial VIC state team player and has been one of the state league team's defensive anchors for a number of years now. Al is also a veteran junior's coach having coached U12s the last few season and most recently as coach for the U15 Southern Crosse 2013 state representative team.

Al will get his first crack at his new role in a couple of weeks during the U19 VIC training camp. We wish him all the best in his new role.

2014 ANZAC Games - Call for Players and Support Staff

The ALA is now calling for players and support staff (coach, manager) to represent Australia in the 2014 ANZAC Day Lacrosse Commemorative Games.

100 years ago, NZ and Australia were scheduled to play a Lacrosse game. The game never took place. WW I broke out and it will be 86 years before Lacrosse was played in NZ again. Fast forward 100 years and Australia and NZ are set to do battle again to commemorate "the game that never was".

5 CLC juniors named in Australian U19 men's side

The ALA has named the squad which will try out for the 23 available spots in the Australian U19 men's team. The team will compete in the FIL Under 19 World Championship in Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada on July 2016. Five CLC junior players have been named in the squad:

Ben Greenwood (currently U18)

Aaron Hussain (currently U18)

Lincoln Krieger (currently U18)

Eddy Mizrahi (currently U18)

Angus Wood (currently U15)

Senior Men's Pre-season Begins

Informal preseason begins this Thursday 9th January 2014 and continues every Thursday until late January at Dorothy Laver from 6:30pm for anyone who wants to come down and have a throw.

Formal preseason will commence on Thursday 23rd January 2014 at 6.30pm with a squad meeting for State League and Division 1 players, where playing strategies will be discussed. Thursday 6th February 2014 will be Camberwell’s first official training session at Dorothy Laver from 6.30pm to 8.00pm.

Hope to see you there

 

Happy New Year!

Wishing the Camberwell Lacrosse Club community a Happy New Year! 2014 promises to be an exciting year for CLC with continued growth of player numbers and newly refurbished training and playing facilities. Watch this space to see what is happening regarding the 2014 pre-season.

Happy Festive Season from Camberwell Lacrosse Club!

Just wanting to take this opportunity to wish everyone a safe, relaxing and enjoyable festive season and a happy New Year. Looking forward to seeing you in 2014, take care.
 

The CLC Committee

Calling all Camberwell Lacrosse Players Interested in Playing in the 2016 U19 Australian Men's Team

CLC has a proud history of having players representing Camberwell in the U19 National Team, including Keir Jarvis, Matt Roberts, Simon Barwell, Russell Fox, Jason Davenport (named in the World Under 19 All Stars team) and Chris Weisse in the 1992 Australian Under 19 Team, Robbie Proctor in the 1999 Australian Under 19 Team and Brett Melville, Andrew Hadden Sabian Johnson, Simon Baker and Daniel Pusvacietis (2003 Australian Under 19 Team).

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