Hampstead 1882 Lacrosse Club 8 | Oslo Lacrosse 2 (Gold Medal)

After Oslo jumped out to a 1-0 lead, the English club answered with four goals en route to winning the European Club Championships gold medal match and the Ken Galluccio Cup. Will Pickett scored three times and Will Hardy twice for Hampstead 1882. There were only 10 shots on goal, all on the mark for the game.  Ten penalties marked the game’s physical style. Game summary: http://www.kengallucciocup.com/2019-results-men.html#cmd=game-detail&gameid=20

Hamburg Lacrosse 11 | LCC Wolves Radotin 7 (Bronze Medal)

Hamburg redeemed from an earlier loss to Oslo to defeat LCC Wolves Radotin of the Czech Republic. The German club received four goals from Adam Eakins. Stepan Friedl and Pavel Srch scored three goals each for the Wolves. The game was marred by eight penalties and included a 10-10 draw on face offs. Hamburg outshot LCC Radotin 23 to 16.  Game summaryhttp://www.kengallucciocup.com/2019-results-men.html#cmd=game-detail&gameid=19

Amsterdam Lions 6 | Nordia Lacrosse 2 (5th Place)

The Lions scored the first six goals and held on to win the 5th place game. Ingmas Kliebannink scored two goals and had an assist for the winners. Conor Daly had a goal and an assist for the Swedish club. Game summary: http://www.kengallucciocup.com/2019-results-men.html#cmd=game-detail&gameid=17

Braine Lions 14 | UCD Lacrosse 3 (7th Place)

Diego Spillebeen scored six goals while Samuel Hennig added four as the host country’s top club defeated the Irish squad 14 to 3 to notch 7th place. Game summary: http://www.kengallucciocup.com/2019-results-men.html#cmd=game-detail&gameid=18

Hampstead 1882 Lacrosse Club 13 | LCC Wolves Radotin 0  (Semi-Final 1)

Hampstead used a balanced offensive attack and stifling defense to shut out the Wolves 13 to 0.  Will Hardy scored four goals and Conor Healey three for the English club as they advanced to the Gold Medal Game. Hampstead had 31 shots. Brian Vanenbossche and Nick Nesbitt combined for the shut out in goal.  Game summary:  http://www.kengallucciocup.com/2019-results-men.html#cmd=game-detail&gameid=15

Oslo Lacrosse 6 | Hamburg Lacrosse 5 (Semi-Final 2)

Aksel Kvaal scored the winning goal in the 51st minute as Olso upset Hamburg to advance to the Gold Medal game. Sean Michael Gibson scored three goals to lead Oslo. Adam Eakins scored the first four goals for Hamburg, who had jumped out to a 4-2 lead in the first 27 minutes. Hamburg served up five untimely penalties contributing to their loss.  Game summary: http://www.kengallucciocup.com/2019-results-men.html#cmd=game-detail&gameid=16