2014 ALA Recognition Dinner

2014 ALA Recognition Dinner, Friday 6th June
2014 ALA Recognition Dinner, Friday 6th June  
Australian Lacrosse Association
Australian Lacrosse Association  

The Australian Lacrosse Association Ltd (ALA) will hold its 4th Annual Recognition Dinner during the Senior Championship in South Australia from the 4th to 7th June 2014.

This year ALA will be recognising our past Australian Senior (men and women) team members with a unique number representing the order in which each player earned their first Australian representative position. Australian players will receive a commemorative certificate and the opportunity to become a part of the Australian Team Alumni.

The first stage of this recognition program is for the Australian Teams (men’s and women’s) to be presented with their unique player representative number, up to the first officially recognised world events and then only senior world event teams. ALA is also in the process of formulating acknowledgement of fully recognised senior touring teams, U19 Men’s teams, U19 Women’s teams and Men’s Indoor Teams.

Invitations have gone out to past Australian players however our records show we are missing contact details from several past players. If you can assist with locating any past players for the ALA records please contact administration@lacrosse.com.au.

This year's dinner is being held in South Australia, however, ALA will be continuing to present players at future dinners in the state where the Senior National Championship is held.

The 2014 dinner will be held at the Westward Ho Golf Club, Adelaide Shores Golf Park, Military Road, West Beach, South Australia on Friday 6th June, tickets at a cost of $70 per person. For more details or to book please use the 2014 ALA Recognition Dinner booking form.

This event is being held in conjunction with the 2014 ALA Senior Men’s & Women’s National Championship with the finals being held on Saturday 7th June 2014, at Woodville Hockey Club, corner Park Avenue & Northgate Street, Pennington, South Australia.

 

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