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GALLUCCIO CUP | European Club Championships | Day 2 | Men’s Summary

Hampstead 1882 Lacrosse Club 15  Braine Lions 4

Jack Kreitler scored four goals as the English champions defeated the home country’s top team 15 to 4 to help pave their way to the semi-finals. Game summary:

Oslo Lacrosse 4  Amsterdam Lions 0

Norway’s championship team blanked The Netherlands’ top squad in a low-scoring affair 4 to 0. Knut-Steffen Backe scored three goals for the winners. Game summary:

Hamburg Lacrosse 18  UCD Lacrosse 1

Germany’s top team defeated Irish champs UCD, battering them 18 to 1 behind six goals by Soren Speigel. This game helped Hamburg to the semi-finals. Game summary:

LCC Wolves Radotín 13  Nordia Lacrosse 2

Czech Republic’s Radotin defeated Sweden’s top club 13 to 2, as Stepan Friedl scored four goals for the winners. Game summary:

Hampstead 1882 Lacrosse Club 6  Oslo Lacrosse 5

Hampstead 1882’s Conor Healey scored the winning goal at the 45 minute mark as Hampstead advanced to the semi-finals with this win. Nick Nesbitt saved five shots in goal for England’s top club. Game summary:

Amsterdam Lions 9  Braine Lions 3

Matt Finnegan scored three goals to lead Amsterdam Lions to a 9 to 3 victory over the host country’s Braine Lions. Hamburg fell behind early 3 to 1 before rallying throughout the second half to pull away. Game summary:

Hamburg Lacrosse 11  LCC Wolves Radotín 7

Hamburg upset LCC Radotin, as Adam Eakins powered the German club champions with five goals. The win lifted Hamburg to Sunday’s semi-finals. Game summary:

Nordia Lacrosse 10  UCD Lacrosse 2

Sweden’s champs hammered Ireland’s UCD club 10 to 2 behind Conor Daly’s three goals. Nordia had 13 shots wide. Game summary:

Amsterdam Lions 14  UCD Lacrosse 2

Daniel Velleman scored 20 seconds into the game boosting the Amsterdam Lions early as they cruised to a 12-goal win over UCD of Ireland. The game propelled the Lions to the 5th place game, Sunday. Game Summary:

Nordia Lacrosse 9 Braine Lions 5

Nordia defeated Braine Lions by four goals to advance to the 5th place game Sunday, as Gustav Martinsson scored five goals for the winners. Game summary:

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