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LAS expand its efforts to Thailand

3 - Published December 14, 2010 by in Fun Stuff, News Updates

Lacrosse All Stars have been working closely with Thailand Lacrosse Association, in an effort to help “grow the game” to the far east. Connor Wilson, and Jeff Brunelle  of had been the driven force behind the integration of the two organizations, and on the constant sleepless contact with Payu Nerngchamnong (the President of TLA). The first step is to include the Thailand lacrosse blog on to the LAS network, sharing the news and updates of Thailand lacrosse to the rest of the LAS community. Starting next year, Thailand Lacrosse products will be available through LAS online shop which the profits will go toward the TLA program. Then in June, the LAS team will head to Thailand for a friendly match-up with the Thailand National team in Bangkok, Thailand.  To help promote the game in Thailand, and help with the development clinic for the younger kids. The TLA and LAS collaboration will extend to Thai version of “Grow the game” tee (only available through LAS online shop), TLA sponsored race car with “Grow the game” logo on it, also watch for the LAS logo on the 2011 national team uniforms. Connor, Jeff, and Payu hopes that this will help set a bench mark for the international collaboration,  and assistant between US. lacrosse organization, and the new international programs.

These LAS guys are truly growing the game at the next level, it’s going to be a great season of lacrosse in 2011.

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3 Responses to LAS expand its efforts to Thailand

  1. Aaron Klett May 24, 2012 at 4:23 pm #

    Roster shows a North player as committed to USC. Wondering if that points to their MCLA team getting it’s act together, or a sign of bigger things afoot.

    • BarbRosa May 25, 2012 at 10:04 am #

      We’ll never know, that player (Leggett) switched to Cal for academic reasons and will play there.

      • Aaron Klett May 25, 2012 at 2:19 pm #

        Interesting. Could have added a lot of fuel to the seemingly popular USC men’s lacrosse fire.

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