The NZWLA have appointed Rosie Gunn as the new NZBLAX Assistant Coach for the 2021 Womens Lacrosse World Cup taking place in July, 2021, in Towson, Maryland, USA. This appointment follows an NZWLA High Performance Programme review of NZBLAX coaching needs in the midst of Covid-19. Due to border restrictions,
The New Zealand Women’s Lacrosse Association is currently seeking applications for a NZBLAX Assistant Coach, for the NZ Senior Women’s NZBLAX Lacrosse Team. The NZBLAX Team will participate in the Women’s Lacrosse World Championships in Towson, USA in 2021. All applications must be NZ Based and reside in NZ currently.
Help keep sport by taking the 101 Drug Free Sport New Zealand (DFSNZ) is encouraging club level sports people to “take the 101” and learn how the sports anti-doping rules apply to them. Launched today and supported by a social media campaign fronted by former All Black and DFSNZ Board
Update on the New Zealand Lacrosse Merger Meetings Zoom Merger Meeting Dates: There will be two Zoom meetings held by Tom Deane and Nicole Goode (Men’s and Women’s Presidents) which will be an opportunity for the lacrosse community to hear more about the merger and ask questions. Wednesday 15 April
Novel Coronavirus / COVID-19 has reached New Zealand and is having an increasing impact on the global community. The NZWLA and NZLA will act in accordance with the advice and guidance from the New Zealand Government, Ministry of Health, Sport New Zealand, World Lacrosse and the World Health Organisation. The
New Zealand Women’s Lacrosse launched their latest initiative ‒ the U15 Academy ‒ at the NZ Senior Nationals Tournament at the weekend. The launch signified the start of a commitment from the NZWLA to develop younger up-and-coming players throughout New Zealand, so that they can receive top-level coaching in a
Auckland scored a gold double at the New Zealand Senior National Lacrosse Tournament this weekend, after both the Auckland Men’s and Auckland Women’s teams won their respective finals. In the Women’s tournament, Auckland came out of the starting blocks strongly to take an early lead in the finals against opponents,
As part of our continued goal of developing future NZBLAX Players and women’s high performance players, the NZWLA is excited to announce the re-introduction of the NZWLA U15 Academy Programme in 2020. The NZWLA U15 Academy is an entry level high performance programme aimed to: Introduce young players to opportunities