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Australia men's national lacrosse team

Australia
Nickname(s)Sharks
AssociationAustralian Lacrosse Association
ConfederationAPLU (Asia Pacific)
Head coachGlenn Meredith
CaptainNigel Morton, Christopher Plumb and Alex Brown
World Championship
Appearances12 (first in 1967)
Best resultRunners-up (1967, 1982, 1994)
Medal record
World Lacrosse Championship
Silver medal – second place 1967 Toronto
Bronze medal – third place 1978 Stockport
Silver medal – second place 1982 Baltimore
Bronze medal – third place 1986 Toronto
Bronze medal – third place 1990 Perth
Silver medal – second place 1994 Manchester
Bronze medal – third place 1998 Baltimore
Bronze medal – third place 2002 Perth
Bronze medal – third place 2006 London
Bronze medal – third place 2010 Manchester

The Australia men's national lacrosse team, nicknamed the Sharks, is governed by the Australian Lacrosse Association. The Sharks most recently competed in the 2018 World Lacrosse Championship, held in Netanya, Israel, where they finished fourth (behind the United States, Canada, and the Iroquois).[1] In previous World Lacrosse Championships, the Australian men's team has earned three Silver medals and seven Bronze.

The Australian Under 19 men's national lacrosse team, nicknamed the Crocodiles, most recently finished fourth in the 2016 U19 Men's World Championships in Coquitlam, B.C., Canada.[2]

2023 Australia men's lacrosse team[3]
Name Position Club
Sean Aaron Goalkeeper Camberwell
Mitchell Baker Attack Malvern/Rutgers
Isaac Cahill Attack Subiaco
Ashby Dennis Defence Subiaco
Matthew Fuss Midfield Brighton
Callan Gibson Attack Williamstown/Coker
Thomas Graham Midfield Bayswater/Norway
Tim Graham Faceoff Malvern/Cornell
Joshua Harris Defence Burnside
Matthew Heuston Midfield Loyola
Donnie Howard Midfield Boston University
Campbell MacKinnon Midfield Altona
Connor McDonough Attack Towson
Jeff Melsop Defence Footscray
Chris Moffatt Defence Eltham
Brayden Panting Midfield Wembley
Lucas Parsons Quintiao MIdfield Footscray
Lachlan Russell Defence Williamstown
Cameron Semmler Defence Burnside
Ryan Spark Goalkeeper East Fremantle
Jackson Stock Faceoff Brighton
Lachlan Walker Midfield Wanneroo Joondalup
Matthew Wood Midfield Wembley
Jaesaya Bidwell-Barton Alternate Subiaco
Sean Clarke Alternate Williamstown
Patrick Palmer Alternate Glenelg
Jack Price Alternate Glenelg
Australia senior men's national lacrosse team 2018
Number Name Club State
16 Sean AARON Camberwell Vic
48 Brock BEALL East Fremantle WA
9 Stuart BENTLEY Wembley WA
11 Alexander BROWN Wembley WA
8 Isaac CAHILL Subiaco WA
7 Matthew FUSS Brighton SA
6 Thomas GRAHAM Bayswater WA
18 Timothy GRAHAM Malvern Vic
21 Andrew HAM Surrey Park Vic
5 Noah JENNEY Williamstown Vic
4 Luke KEESING Glenelg SA
1 Mitchell KENNEDY East Fremantle WA
17 James LAWERSON Footscray Vic
22 Jeffrey MELSOPP Footscray Vic
3 Nigel MORTON Glenelg SA
27 Benjamin MUXLOW Wembley WA
12 Christopher PLUMB Footscray Vic
45 Chris ROBERTSON Siena College NY, USA
10 Callum ROBINSON Wembley WA
2 Ryan SPARK East Fremantle WA
24 Lachlan WALKER Wanneroo-Joondalup WA
alternates
13 Daniel EVANS Glenelg SA
26 Joshua HARRIS Burnside SA
29 Peter KWAS Footscray Vic
Coaches
head Glenn MEREDITH
asst Rodney ANSELL
asst Glenn MORLEY

[4]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Federation of International Lacrosse". filacrosse.com.
  2. ^ "FIL - World Rankings". filacrosse.com. 21 July 2014.
  3. ^ "Announcement - 2023 Australian Men's Team". Lacrosse Australia. Retrieved 9 May 2023.
  4. ^ "2018 Team List". Australia Lacrosse Association. Archived from the original on 28 October 2018. Retrieved 28 October 2018.
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