(MANCHESTER, ENGLAND) With just
[about three months] to go until Team England’s opening game against Wales at the 2015 FIL Rathbones U19 Women’s Lacrosse World Championship, in Edinburgh, Scotland Team England U19 head coach Nicky Budd announces her final team.
Head Coach Nick Budd commented: “Following a very successful tour to the U.S.A. We are now able to announce the final Squad of 20 that will train leading up to the World Cup in July. “This decision has been an extremely hard one because all the girls have given absolute commitment and dedication to their training over the last three years and been a very cohesive group. They are all a credit to their Country.”
“The 20 will now continue to fine tune their individual skills and techniques and team tactical plays in the final squads and competitions prior to the World Cup to give themselves the best opportunity to make the final 18 that will actually represent England in the World Cup in July. “With the talent, strength, teamwork and focus that has been demonstrated so far by the U19 England girls we are confident that we are on track to achieve our standards of performance and goals in Edinburgh in July.”
“Our Year, Our Time, using Gold Medal Standards!”
Find out more about Team England U19’s by visiting our national squads section on our website. To view Team England’s pool play schedule for the upcoming World Championships click HERE. You can also find more information about the event by visiting the official website: www.u19wc2015.co.uk
2015 Team England U19’s Women’s Team
Emma Adams (C)
Taya Jackson (VC)
Zoe Thursz (VC)
Olivia Wimpenny (C)
Original post on English Lacrosse:
Nicky Budd announces her final 20 players for the 2015 U19 World Championships
2015 FIL Rathbones Women’s U19 World Championship Website: https://www.u19wc2015.co.uk/
About English Lacrosse
English Lacrosse Association governs the sport of lacrosse in England. An amalgamation of the All England Women’s Lacrosse Association and the English Lacrosse Union in 1996 brought together the men’s and women’s governing bodies. Lacrosse is now governed as one sport, with 2 codes (Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse). The English Lacrosse Association is strategically directed by an Executive Board. In 2012 the first 10 year strategy for the sport was released by the English Lacrosse Executive Board.
English Lacrosse employs a central staff, and sponsors in excess of 100 American coaches every year.
English Lacrosse is a Sport England recognised governing body. The sport receives a funding grant from Sport England, every 4 years based on the strength of a Whole Sport Plan.