info@wanneroolacrosse.com Penistone Park - 27 Penistone St, Greenwood WA 6024
info@wanneroolacrosse.com Penistone Park - 27 Penistone St, Greenwood WA 6024

Wanneroo Joondalup Lacrosse Club

Proudly sponsored by the City of Joondalup the Wanneroo Joondalup Lacrosse Club is Based at Penistone Reserve in Greenwood, Perth Western Australia. Lacrosse is a winter sport and our season runs from April to September. We have teams for all ages and skill levels with our Modcrosse competition for children aged 5-13 and our Lacrosse competition for juniors and seniors beginning at the U13 level. New players are always welcome and we do encourage anyone and everyone to come and try out the fastest sport on two feet.

Wanneroo Joondalup Lacrosse Club would like to acknowledge the generous support we receive from the City of Jonndalup. With their constant support we are exposed to a wide range of opportunities within the community and any dealings had are held to nothing but a professional standard.

2018 Registrations
If you are interested in playing you will need to register, so please come down to one of our training sessions and we can inform you of the process. If you have any questions about our club, please email info@wanneroolacrosse.com

Alternative Club Electronic Communication Channels
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2 days ago

Wanneroo Joondalup Lacrosse Club

Biggest game of Championships so far
Good luck 🦈Australia will take on Israel early tomorrow morning with their 2018 aspirations on the line. The winner will progress to take on the USA in Thursday's semi final.

Australia and Israel have a short but memorable (depending on which side of the ledger you fall on) history. The sides have only met once in Denver, with Australia pulling off a thrilling one goal victory to deny Israel a maiden semi-final appearance.

Having come through Red division, Israel have a had a pretty comfortable tournament to-date. They played in Natenya Stadium on opening night defeating Jamaica 11 - 3. They then claimed Red division with a 19 - 2 win over Russia. After having a day off they then commenced the knock out stages with a tough fought win over the Philippines 11 - 8 before earning their quarter final spot with a commanding 16 - 4 win over Ireland.

GAME TIME
4.00am, 19 July 2018 (Melbourne/Sydney/Brisbane)
3.30am, 19 July 2018 (Adelaide)
2.00am, 19 July 2018 (Perth)

FAST FACTS - Israel
World Ranking: 7
World Cup Champions: Nil

FORM GUIDE
2014 World Championships: Australia 9 def Israel 8

SQUAD
Max Adler - Bentley
Ori Bar David – Netanya
Kyle Bergman - Drexel
Eric Cantor – Albany
Matt Cherry
Eric Fischer – Binghampton
Matthew Flapan – Tel Aviv
Chris Friedman – Briarcliffe (MCLA)
Ryan Hunter – Ohio State
Ian Kadish – Amherst
Andrew Kruter – Lebanon Valley
Daniel Leventhal – Tufts
Seth Mahler – Whitter
Josh Offit – Duke
Zachary Pall – Hofstra
Isaac Paparo – Umass
Matt Popeck – St Josephs
Jonathan Rathauser – McGill (Can.)
Eric Schneider – Johns Hopkins
Max Seibald – Cornell
Jacob Silberlicht – Hobart
Benjamin Smith – Harvard/Johns Hopkins
Ari Sussman – Dartmouth

Head Coach - Bill Beroza

PLAYERS TO WATCH

1. Zachary Pall. For all the attention that Seibold recieves, Pall has been Israel's most effective weapon this World Championships. A former Hofstra standout, Pall can play midfield, pinch hit at the X but most importantly can score with 11 goals across Israel's 4 games. Pall adds another dimension to the Israeli offence and he will be critical to Israels chances.

2. Eric Schneider. Schneider has played every minute of every game in the cage for Israel. A former Hopkins goalie, Schneider plays big and moves well. He is able to really fill the cage and make shooters adjust their shot. In 4 games to-date he has given up only 17 goals and is running at a save rate of around 59%. he will need to have a big game if Israel are to progress.

KEY FOR AUSTRALIA
The Israel side is stacked with plenty of US college talent, but the name that stands our amongst them all is Max Seibold. Seibold is the yard stick for the Israeli offence, capable of scoring from anywhere on the paddock. In what will be one of the matchups of the tournament, expect Cal Robinson to go to Seibold in a matchup of 2 MLL stars. If Robinson can get the best of Seibold, that will force Israel's other weapons to carry the load and would prefer those terms rather then having Seibold get off the leash.

THE FINAL WORD
This game is not the cakewalk it once was. Australia escaped in 2014 and will have their work cut out for them tonight. 2018 Israeli team is brimming with talent. Carrying the weight of a nation on their shoulders, Israel have embraced the sport of lacrosse and these World Championships. With that has come huge expectations. Make no mistake, Israel consider this game a must-win and after Denver they will like their chances. For Australia, this is their biggest game of the tournament. For one, a win here will guarantee Blue Division in 2022 but secondly, it will prove a point. As good as the world may be getting, Australia is still a top 4 side and deserving of a spot in the medal rounds.

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2 days ago

Wanneroo Joondalup Lacrosse Club

2am Thursday morning... it’s not like it’s going to clash with anything else... Australia play for a spot in the Semi’s, taking on USA college star studded team of Israelis...Australia will take on Israel early tomorrow morning with their 2018 aspirations on the line. The winner will progress to take on the USA in Thursday's semi final.

Australia and Israel have a short but memorable (depending on which side of the ledger you fall on) history. The sides have only met once in Denver, with Australia pulling off a thrilling one goal victory to deny Israel a maiden semi-final appearance.

Having come through Red division, Israel have a had a pretty comfortable tournament to-date. They played in Natenya Stadium on opening night defeating Jamaica 11 - 3. They then claimed Red division with a 19 - 2 win over Russia. After having a day off they then commenced the knock out stages with a tough fought win over the Philippines 11 - 8 before earning their quarter final spot with a commanding 16 - 4 win over Ireland.

GAME TIME
4.00am, 19 July 2018 (Melbourne/Sydney/Brisbane)
3.30am, 19 July 2018 (Adelaide)
2.00am, 19 July 2018 (Perth)

FAST FACTS - Israel
World Ranking: 7
World Cup Champions: Nil

FORM GUIDE
2014 World Championships: Australia 9 def Israel 8

SQUAD
Max Adler - Bentley
Ori Bar David – Netanya
Kyle Bergman - Drexel
Eric Cantor – Albany
Matt Cherry
Eric Fischer – Binghampton
Matthew Flapan – Tel Aviv
Chris Friedman – Briarcliffe (MCLA)
Ryan Hunter – Ohio State
Ian Kadish – Amherst
Andrew Kruter – Lebanon Valley
Daniel Leventhal – Tufts
Seth Mahler – Whitter
Josh Offit – Duke
Zachary Pall – Hofstra
Isaac Paparo – Umass
Matt Popeck – St Josephs
Jonathan Rathauser – McGill (Can.)
Eric Schneider – Johns Hopkins
Max Seibald – Cornell
Jacob Silberlicht – Hobart
Benjamin Smith – Harvard/Johns Hopkins
Ari Sussman – Dartmouth

Head Coach - Bill Beroza

PLAYERS TO WATCH

1. Zachary Pall. For all the attention that Seibold recieves, Pall has been Israel's most effective weapon this World Championships. A former Hofstra standout, Pall can play midfield, pinch hit at the X but most importantly can score with 11 goals across Israel's 4 games. Pall adds another dimension to the Israeli offence and he will be critical to Israels chances.

2. Eric Schneider. Schneider has played every minute of every game in the cage for Israel. A former Hopkins goalie, Schneider plays big and moves well. He is able to really fill the cage and make shooters adjust their shot. In 4 games to-date he has given up only 17 goals and is running at a save rate of around 59%. he will need to have a big game if Israel are to progress.

KEY FOR AUSTRALIA
The Israel side is stacked with plenty of US college talent, but the name that stands our amongst them all is Max Seibold. Seibold is the yard stick for the Israeli offence, capable of scoring from anywhere on the paddock. In what will be one of the matchups of the tournament, expect Cal Robinson to go to Seibold in a matchup of 2 MLL stars. If Robinson can get the best of Seibold, that will force Israel's other weapons to carry the load and would prefer those terms rather then having Seibold get off the leash.

THE FINAL WORD
This game is not the cakewalk it once was. Australia escaped in 2014 and will have their work cut out for them tonight. 2018 Israeli team is brimming with talent. Carrying the weight of a nation on their shoulders, Israel have embraced the sport of lacrosse and these World Championships. With that has come huge expectations. Make no mistake, Israel consider this game a must-win and after Denver they will like their chances. For Australia, this is their biggest game of the tournament. For one, a win here will guarantee Blue Division in 2022 but secondly, it will prove a point. As good as the world may be getting, Australia is still a top 4 side and deserving of a spot in the medal rounds.

#auslax #makeaussielaxgreatagain
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