Irish Ladies Lacrosse Association Home Internationals 1930-1970

Home Internationals 1930-1970 Ireland’s Record

YearTeamPWDLFAPts
1930Ireland30035540
1931Ireland10015170
1954Ireland310216252
1955Ireland310211222
1956Ireland21018142
1957Ireland300311280
1958Ireland301211221
1960Ireland30038220
1964Ireland20024240
1967Ireland30038310
1968Ireland10012140
1970Ireland310215302
Home Internationals – Irish Ladies Lacrosse Team Record 1930-1970 [Ref: 1-12]

Ireland’s Results 1930-1970

DateHome Team Away Team 
 1930   
10.04.1930Scotland10Ireland1
11.04.1930England26Ireland0
04.1930Wales18Ireland0
 1931   
25.03.1931Scotland Ireland 
28.03.1931England17Ireland5
 1954   
1954Ireland13Wales4
1954Ireland3Scotland5
1954England16Ireland0
 1955   
1955Ireland6Wales4
1955England8Ireland2
1955Scotland10Ireland3
 1956   
1956England10Ireland3
1956Ireland5Wales4
 1957   
1957Scotland10Ireland5
1957Ireland1England11
1957Wales7Ireland5
 1958   
1958England10Ireland3
1958Ireland3Scotland7
1958Ireland5Wales5
 1960   
1960Scotland7Ireland2
1960England7Ireland2
1960Ireland4Wales8
 1964   
1964England14Ireland1
1964Ireland3Wales10
 1967   
1967Ireland3Scotland8
04.03.1967Wales6Ireland3
1967Ireland2England17
 1968   
24.02.1968Scotland14Ireland2
 1970   
1970England12Ireland4
1970Ireland9Wales8
1970Scotland10Ireland2
Irish Ladies Lacrosse Association Home Internationals 1930-1970 [Ref: 1-12]

References

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Bibliography

[1] (2016) Kennedy, Michael. “A History of Irish Lacrosse”. pg. 19. Ireland Lacrosse. Dublin.

Sources

[2] Anon (1954) “Lacrosse”. Irish Independent. December 31, 1954. pp. 6-7.

[3] Anon (1955) “Lacrosse”. Irish Independent. December 31, 1955. pp. 12.

[4] Anon (1956) “Lacrosse”. Irish Independent. December 31, 1956. pp. 10-11.

[5] Anon (1957) “Lacrosse”. Irish Independent. December 31, 1957. pp. 10-11.

[6] Anon (1958) “Lacrosse”. Irish Independent. December 31, 1958. pp. 10-11.

[7] Anon (1960) “Lacrosse”. Irish Independent. December 31, 1960. pp. 16-17.

[8] Anon (1964) “Lacrosse”. Irish Independent. December 30, 1964. pp. 12-13.

[9] Anon (1967) “Lacrosse defeat”. Irish Independent. March 6, 1967. pp. 16-17.

[10] Anon (1967) “Lacrosse”. Irish Independent. December 30, 1967. pp. 14-15.

[11] Anon (1967) “Lacrosse defeat”. Irish Independent. February 26, 1968. pp. 16-17.

[12] Anon (1970) “Lacrosse”. Irish Independent. December 31, 1970. pp. 12-13.

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Pamela McCarthy.

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