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JUST GOT THIS IN THE OL’ INBOX! Better get in on it before it’s too late!

Dear lacrosse enthusiasts,

We would like to announce last spots for Prague Cup 2012!

Please accept our kind invitation for traditional Prague Cup 2012 tournament held in the heart of Europe .

This year´s tourney is divided into Prague Cup Elite and Prague Cup Relaxed.

Prague Cup Elite is held for men and women teams, which plays USA college/university level of lacrosse and national teams.

Prague Cup Relaxed held in the same time and at the same place will be played as mini-field and it is dedicated to club and development teams, both men and women.

Let´s play and party! We have prepared rich social programme connected with the tournament – starting with the warm-up party on the steam boat, continue with the 4Fun beach volleyball games, guided tours around historic Prague city center and finish with the Closing party with banquet and hot tunes.

We have prepared special deals for teams registered until the end of February.

Please don´t hesitate to contact us via email prgsports@prgsports.com or via our new webpages: www.prgsports.com where you will find more info including online application form. Check out also tournament website www.lacrossepraguecup.com.

Best wishes

Eva Mrlikova-Tydlitatova and Prague Sports

Women’s Lacrosse in the Czech Republic

Situated in the heart of Europe, the Czech Republic is full of enthusiasts for the Native American sport, lacrosse. Not only men, but also women and children are working hard on their lacrosse skills, each week a step towards the aspiration to become an elite athlete.

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The Prague Cup is one of the most exciting, elite lacrosse tournaments in Europe. Run by Prague Sports, the tournament provides excitement for all age levels. Please click to read their full Press release.

 

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Anna Dockalova
“I would like to be a quality, creative and spirit women´s lacrosse coach”

When you grab your lacrosse stick to your hand you imediatelly start playing with it. Throwing the ball, faking, cradling, trying tricks… You cannot resist. I started with intercrosse when I was 9, and I moved naturally to women‘s lacrosse later. The juniors‘ league was growing already at that time and many of my LCC Radotín teammates took part in the seniors‘ league and the Czech national team practices since their young age. Thanks to lacrosse I had a chance to see part of the world during two World Cups (2005 Annapolis, USA, and 2009 Prague, Czech Rep.), the very first U19 World Cup in Canada with the Czech national team, European Championship 2008 in Finland and many tournaments both in the Czech Republic and other European countries. And I learned something new each time – not only about the various countries and playing experience. It was great to meet new players and lacrosse enthusiasts, it was great to learn how lacrosse develops in other places. That‘s what keeps me hooked until today.
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This is great to see. Future stars of Czech Lacrosse in action.

Fantastic promotional video for the U19 Czech Women’s Lacrosse Team.

The Czechs always impress with their lacrosse videos. Just look at anything they have produced for the Aleš Hřebeský Memorial on YouTube.

Fantastic promotional video for the U19 Czech Women’s Lacrosse Team.

The Czechs always impress with their lacrosse videos. Just look at anything they have produced for the Aleš Hřebeský Memorial on YouTube.