Lacrosse Clubs in Melbourne & Victoria

Lacrosse Clubs in Victoria

Clubs Listed : 17

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • Altona Lacrosse Club ---- Visited: 127 Times

    Altona East

    Listing id: 42354

    The Altona Lacrosse Club was founded in 1964. Our clubrooms are located on PJ Lynch Reserve at Paisley Park. We are the only lacrosse club in Victoria that has full use of its facilities 12 months of the year.
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  • Bendigo Lacrosse Club ---- Visited: 70 Times

    Bendigo

    Listing id: 42358

    Bendigo Lacrosse Club may be contacted thru Chris Thompson.
    Website - 0422 993 ...

  • Camberwell Lacrosse Club ---- Visited: 81 Times

    Camberwell

    Listing id: 42362

    The club was formed in 1927 when members of the Kooyong (1909) and Canterbury (1909) clubs merged.
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  • Caulfield Lacrosse Club ---- Visited: 93 Times

    Melbourne

    Listing id: 42364

    In 1874, a Canadian, Lambton Mount who had settled in Australia, demonstrated lacrosse to some local lads one afternoon, in a Fawkner Park, with hickory lacrosse sticks, and the game was away in Australia.
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  • Chadstone Lacrosse Club ---- Visited: 109 Times

    Melbourne

    Listing id: 42366

    We have 12 teams in 2011 ranging from under12s( 8-12 year olds) right through to senior men and women. Since 2008 we have been affiliated with Monash Univeristy and this relationship comntinues to build and grow.
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  • Eltham Lacrosse Club ---- Visited: 66 Times

    Eltham

    Listing id: 42368

    In 1963, Dr Graham Webb, a teacher (and avid lacrosse enthusiast) at Eltham High School, introduced the game of lacrosse to his students in a very casual and informal way. The seed of an idea had been sown and it quickly germinated into an occasional interschool game against other high schools.
    Website

  • Footscray Lacrosse Club ---- Visited: 91 Times

    Yarraville

    Listing id: 42369

    Footscray Lacrosse Club is located at Angliss Reserve, Corner Francis St & Roberts St., Yarraville 3013.
    Website - 0434 256 ...

  • Knox Lacrosse Club ---- Visited: 141 Times

    VIC

    Listing id: 42371

    Knox Lacrosse Club is the 2nd youngest Club in Victoria, Founded 1993 - 2005. May be contacted thru Sue Cody, P.O. Box 5243, Studfield 3152.
    Website 9762 882... 0403 909...

  • Malvern Lacrosse Club ---- Visited: 93 Times

    Malvern

    Listing id: 42373

    The Malvern Lacrosse Club has been at the Malvern Town Hall on the corner of High St and Glenferrie Rd., Malvern since 1903. May be reached thru at Malvern Lacrosse Club PO Box 313 Malvern, VIC 3144.
    Website - 03 9822 ...

  • MCC Lacrosse ---- Visited: 65 Times

    Melbourne

    Listing id: 42378

    The MCC Lacrosse section was founded in 1896 by players formerly affiliated with the Caulfield and Melbourne clubs. The Section won its first Victorian Lacrosse Association (VLA) premiership in 1920 and another in 1927.
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  • Melbourne High School Lacrosse ---- Visited: 60 Times

    Melbourne

    Listing id: 42375

    Melbourne High School Lacrosse may be reached thru Melbourne High School, Sports Department, Forrest St., South Yarra, VIC 3121.
    Website - 0433 8282...

  • Melbourne University Lacrosse Club ---- Visited: 57 Times

    Melbourne

    Listing id: 42376

    Melbourne University Lacrosse Club (MULC) was established in 1883 and is the oldest continually operational lacrosse club in the world.
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  • Moreland Lacrosse Club ---- Visited: 40 Times

    VIC

    Listing id: 42379

    Moreland Lacrosse Club may be reached thru Shane Wilkinson.
    0438 379 ...

  • Newport Ladies' Lacrosse Club ---- Visited: 48 Times

    Williamstown

    Listing id: 42381

    Newport Ladies' Lacrosse Club was established in 1964 and currently fields teams in State League, A Grade, Under 17's, Under 15's, Under 13's and Under 11's.
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  • Williamstown Lacrosse Club ---- Visited: 71 Times

    Williamstown

    Listing id: 42384

    The Williamstown Lacrosse Club was founded in 1898 at a meeting in the Williamstown Baptist Sunday School called by Arthur Whitley (son of the Minister). Arthur became the first Captain and Fred Scott the first secretary. Historians Indicated that the club quickly became the largest sporting club in Williamstown.
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  • Williamstown Women's Lacrosse Club ---- Visited: 46 Times

    Williamstown

    Listing id: 42386

    Williamstown Women's Lacrosse Club may be reached thru Sarah Nobbs at email.
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