Lacrosse

Lacrosse has had three eras of activity in Ireland.

The first from the late 19th Century to the 1st World War saw a Men’s League operating with teams mainly in Ulster.

The Second Era was the Irish Ladies Lacrosse Association from the 1920s to early 1970s, with an International Team competing in the Home Nations with England, Scotland and Wales, and a Schools Shield Competition.

The Third Era started in the 2000s and there has been a Men’s, Women’s, and Indoor (Box) Lacrosse Leagues continuously since around 2009.

The Men’s Game is 10 a side, the Women’s 12 a side and Indoor 6 a side and the sport has its origins in the game played by Native Americans in Eastern Canada and USA. It has been extensively modified by European Settlers, and is the only sport where there is a Native American National Team competing in the World Championships.

Below you will find links to the Results and Tables of Irish Lacrosse:

Men’s Lacrosse

Women’s Lacrosse

Indoor (Box) Lacrosse

Polocrosse

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