It’s time to recap, and catch up on what’s been going on in the world of Thailand lacrosse. With the official season came into the close, but the work continues for Payu with lacrosse development in Asia. Payu will push the crash course program for Malaysia Lacrosse just like he did with Singapore Lacrosse in 2011. This time he’ll get the help from Singapore, to get Malaysia up and running in time for perhaps the second half of 2013 for the “Battles in Bangkok 2013“. All three programs will join the Asia Pacific Lacrosse Union (APLU), and create the stronger coalition for this region to represent Asia heading into Denver 2014. Payu have been working closely with the APLU leadership to get Thailand, and Singapore summited into the APLU member nations. As well as planning, and mapping out for the future of lacrosse in Asia with the leadership of the APLU.
Some pictures from the recent events by TLA Official photographer Nok Nokkie:
Plus.. the pictures from our first ever TLA Halloween Practice in Bangkok
Now a quick update on the Team gears…
With all of the TLA partners are signed to at least the end of 2013, expect to see the same gears on the Thai team next season. With addition of a few new one added to the list of partners, it should be beneficial partnership to the men’s and the women’s team. One highlight will be the new STX Shadows gloves, that will replaced the 2011 Assault line for the team’s 2013 gears. It will join TLA’s Cell II, and K18 Goalie gloves line up. The mock up below is the home version of the National team’s gloves, with other versions to follow. Check out this year’s home, away, and alternate gloves for Thailand.
Enigma Apparel had been tapped to produce the TLA fundraising gears for 2013, just like these Sideline shirts. A lot more TLA products to come, and they will be offers on the LAS store on the later date. Enigma Apparel will release pictures, and mock-ups for TLA’s next season uniforms during 412 Winter Fashion Week. Please check this space for more updates, and news of Thailand lacrosse.
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