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Lacrosse loving ladies take top spot

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, England: 10 October 2011 – Leading lacrosse players from Ladies’ College (HLC) have triumphed yet again in a huge county sporting : the Yorkshire Lacrosse Trials.

HLC, with a reputation for sporting excellence, hosted the event which saw more than fifty-five girls from across Yorkshire battle it out for a spot on the coveted Yorkshire lacrosse squads.

After a morning of highly competitive play, nine HLC girls were selected to play for the U19 A team and six young sportswomen were chosen to represent the B team.
Younger HLC pupils also showcased their sporting talents, with seven pupils securing places on the U15 A team and five girls claiming positions on the B team.

The U19 Yorkshire Lacrosse B team went on to beat rivals Lancashire 14 – 3 in a nail-biting match which took place on Sunday 2nd October.

Nicky Butters, Head of P.E said:

The girls’ performance at the Yorkshire Lacrosse trials was absolutely outstanding. To have 27 HLC pupils selected to play sport at county level is a huge achievement.

The U19 Yorkshire Lacrosse B team played brilliantly on Sunday and we are looking forward to the next round of county matches.


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