Lacrosse Clubs in Western Australia
Clubs Listed : 9
Bayswater Lacrosse Club ---- Visited: 706 Times
Listing id: 42390
The Club has been established at Halliday Park as a home ground continuously since 1949. We have therefore been established as a member of the Bayswater community for 75 years and based at Halliday Park for 65 years. During this time the club enjoyed a reputation as being hard working, hard playing and a healthy survivor in the City of Bayswater and the lacrosse fraternity.
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East Fremantle Lacrosse Club ---- Visited: 659 Times
Listing id: 42393
The East Fremantle Lacrosse Club has one of the most distinguished and extensive histories in Western Australian and for that matter, Australian Sport. The concept for the East Fremantle Lacrosse Club started in 1896 when a meeting was held in July at O’Birnes Club Hotel in Fremantle for people interested in playing lacrosse in the Fremantle area. From 1897 – 1898 social games were played in order to gauge and build interest.
Kuljak Lacrosse Club ---- Visited: 199 Times
Listing id: 42399
When the first Australian overseas touring team returned in 1962, the Western Australian members were high in praise of the reception they received in the House of Commons Dining Hall, where they were guests of the Centurion Old Players Club at their Annual Dinner.
Phoenix Lacrosse Club ---- Visited: 572 Times
Listing id: 42394
Subiaco Lacrosse Club ---- Visited: 352 Times
Listing id: 42395
The history of the Subiaco Lacrosse Club can be traced back to lacrosse players from the Eastern States – Fred Parsons (Adelaide) and Fred Wingrove(Melbourne) – who met in Perth in 1896 with the idea of forming a lacrosse association.
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Wanneroo Lacrosse Club ---- Visited: 518 Times
Listing id: 42397
Wembley Lacrosse Club ---- Visited: 312 Times
Listing id: 42398