Lacrosse (XVI) Club

Lacrosse (XVI) Club

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The men’s lacrosse team was founded in 1882, making it the oldest university lacrosse club in the United Kingdom, and one of the oldest clubs in the world.

Almost ever since, we have been playing in the southern English lacrosse leagues, currently competing in the South of England Men’s Lacrosse Assosiation (SEMLA) East 2 Division every Saturday during term time.

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