Senior Mens and Womens

2016 SENIOR WOMEN'S and MEN'S NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

This year's Senior National Championship was held in Victoria on Saturday 4th to Wednesday 8th of June for the Women and Tuesday 7th to Sunday 12th of June for the Men.

Congratulations to both Victoria State Women's and Men's team, winners of this year's ALA Senior National Championship.

For all results and MVP awards, click HERE. 

CHAMPIONSHIP BEST PLAYERS

(M) Kody Watts (SA) - Congratulations Kody

(M) Noah Jenny (VIC) - Congratulations Noah

(W) Hannah Nielsen (SA) - Congratulations Hannah

2016 Men's All Star Team

1. Goalkeeper - Kody Watts (SA)

2. Defence Chris Moffat (VIC)

3. Defence Cameron Semmler (SA)

4. Def/Midfield Callum Mortimer (WA)

5. Midfield Noah Jenney (VIC)

6. Midfield Jesse Whinnen (SA)

7. Midfield Alex Brown (WA)

8. Midfield/Attack Lachlan Walker (WA)

9. Attack Kieran Sandow (SA)

10. Attack Matt Price (VIC)

Coach Max Madonia (VIC)

Official Peter Mulcahy (WA)

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2016 Women's All Star Team

1. Goalkeeper - Elizabeth Hinkes (WA)

2. Defence - Jess Paige (SA)

3. Defence - Rebecca Banyard (WA)

4. Midfield - Stephanie McNamara (VIC)

5. Midfield - Rachel Kirchheimer (VIC)

6. Midfield - Marlee Paton (VIC)

7. Midfield - Ashtyn Hiron (WA)

8. Midfield - Courtney Hobbs (SA)

9. Attack - Hannah Nielsen (SA)

10. Attack - Sarah Mollison (VIC)

Coach - Meredith Carre (VIC)

Official - Tammy Varga (SA)

ALLSTAR W

INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY MATCH

NZ 18 def Hong Kong 0 

INTERNATIONAL TEST MATCH (Australia versus England)

DAY 1 - England 13 def Australia 7

DAY 2 - Australia 9 def England 8 (OT)

DAY 3 - England 13 def Australia 7

2015 SENIOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

The 2015 ALA Senior National Championship was held in Perth, Western Australia. Congratulations to the West Australian Men and Victorian Women for being crowned Champions for 2015.

2015 RESULTS

DAY 1
Men
VIC 15 def NZ 4
WA 20 def SA 5

Women
AUST U19 14 def WA 13
VIC 16 def SA 10

DAY 2
Men
NZ d SA 12 – 9
WA d VIC 13 – 6

Women
VIC 21 d AUST U19 8
SA 13 d WA 12

DAY 3
Men
WA 22 def NZ 3
VIC 14 def SA 3

Women
SA 18 def AUST U19 8
VIC 19 def WA 7

FINAL DAY
Men
Championship Game: WA 17 def VIC 9
NZ 7 def SA 6

Women
Championship Game: VIC 18 def SA 8
AUST U19 14 def WA 12

**2015 ALL STAR TEAMS**

2015 Women's All Star Team

Womens All Star Team

Goalkeeper - Emma Farquharson SA
Defence - Bec Banyard WA, Verity Clough VIC
Midfield - Lauren Hunter VIC, Courtney Hobbs SA, Sarah Mollison VIC, Danelle Mollison VIC, Abbie Burgess VIC
Attack - Karen Morton SA, Hayley Sofarnos VIC
Coach - Sue Sofarnos
Official - Kellie McBean WA

2015 Men's All Star Team

Mens All Star Team

Goalkeeper - Clint Barker SA
Defence - River Bradley VIC, Benji Muxlow SA, Jamie Murphy WA
Midfield - Miles Blair VIC, Jessie Bowland-Curtis WA, Tom Graham WA
Attack - Lewis Blackie WA, Chris Plumb VIC, Daniel Kennedy WA
Coach - Gavin Leavy WA
Referee - Peter Mulcahy

**2015 MVP'S**

Hayley Sofarnos And Danelle Mollison VIC Mvps

Hayley Sofarnos VIC and Danelle Mollison VIC

Jessie Bowland Curtis MVP

Jesse Bowland-Curtis WA


2014 Senior National Championship

The 2014 men's and women's Senior Championships were hosted by Lacrosse SA and ran from Wednesday 4th to Saturday 7th June at Woodville Hockey Club, Pennington, South Australia.

Highlights of the Grand Final games have been posted on YouTube, follow the links below:

Women's Grand Final - Vic (19) def. SA (13).
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=INrVD1x4Bno

Men's Grand Final - SA (18) def. WA (10).
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rQfmrOspMU

Men's

Australian All Stars medallions were presented to:

Attack Nigel Morton (SA), Matt Diver (WA), Tom Freeman (SA)
Midfield

William Pickett (SA) Best & Fairest, Don Hobbs Trophy, Chris Plumb (Vic), Jesse Bowland-Curtis (WA)

Defence Glenn Morley (WA), Jeff Melsopp (Vic), Brad Sheldon (SA)
Goalkeeper Callum Ahrens (Vic)
Coach Lee Vickery (SA)
Official Michael Goudie (SA)

 

Women's

Australian All Stars medallions were presented to:

Attack Bonnie Wells (SA) ALA Trophy Best Player, Cassandra Cassaro (SA)
Midfield Danelle Mollison (Vic) ALA Trophy Best Player, Sarah Falcione (SA), Sarah Mollison (Vic), Hannah Barnsley (WA), Lyndsey Paton (Vic)
Defence Jessica Paige (SA), Rachel Kirchheimer (Vic)
Goalkeeper Elizabeth Hinkes (WA)
Coach Sue Sofarnos (Vic)
Official Kari Borges (SA)

**Note: Danelle Mollison and Bonnie Wells received equal votes for ALA Trophy Best Player.


2013 Senior National Championship

Teams are selected by State Associations for these Championships.

The 2013 men’s and women’s Senior Championship was hosted by Lacrosse Victoria commencing Wednesday 5th to Saturday 8h June at Angliss Reserve, Footscray Lacrosse Club on grass fields, Championship Co-ordinator was John Morgan.  The participating teams were Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia, New Zealand (W) and Japan (M).

Men's

The men’s Championship was won by Western Australia who were presented with the Garland-McHarg Trophy, Championship medallions, and the Wiles Trophy (SA v WA).  Victoria won the Centenary Cup (Vic v WA) and Bob Symons Trophy (SA –v- Vic).

Australian All Stars medallions were presented to:

Attack Anson Carter (SA), Matt Diver (WA), Stephen Mortimer (SA)
Midfield Sam Bullock (Vic), Thomas Graham (WA), Jack Woodford (SA)
Defence Nick Brown (SA), Jason Mackinnon (Vic), Brad Sheldon (SA)
Goalkeeper Warren Brown (WA) Best & FairestDon Hobbs Trophy
Coach Gavin Leavy
Official Don Lovett

 

Women's

The women’s Championship was won by Victoria who were presented with the Joy Parker Perpetual Championship Trophy and Championship medallions, the Mary Pickett Tournament Trophy, and the Witham Cup (WA v Vic).  South Australia won the Shaw Cup* (Vic v SA)and  Paula Stockham Cup (WA v SA).

Australian All Stars medallions were presented to:

Attack Jess Kennedy (WA), Beth Varga (SA)
Midfield Lauren Hunter (Vic) Best & Fairest, Abbie Burgess (Vic), Rachel Kirchheimer (Vic), Bella Pickett (SA), Tess McLeod (SA)
Defence Rebecca Banyard (WA), Stephanie McNamara (Vic)
Goalkeeper Sue McSolvin (Vic)
Coach Jason Simpson (Vic)
Official Tammy Varga

 

Most Valuable Player medals selected by team coaches were awarded on every game to all participating teams.  The officials for the gold medal games were also presented with medallions.