Ireland Lacrosse Men's Newtownards Cup 2011-12

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Results

DateTeam 1 Team 2 
 Quarter-Finals Dublin Lacrosse 
11.02.12NUI Galway4Queens University1
 Semi-Finals Queens University 
12.03.11UCD7Dublin Lacrosse1
12.03.11NUI Galway1Dublin Bay Prawns10
 Final UCD 
04.11Dublin Bay Prawns4UCD3

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About

The Newtownards Cup is the main Cup competition of Ireland Lacrosse, run as both a Men’s and Women’s knockout competition in tandem with Irishh Lacrosse League matches from its inception in the 2010-11 season until 2013-14 when it became a pre-season mini-league run prior to Christmas in order to give rookies an introduction to Lacrosse. It was an eight-a-side competition from 2010-2013 as opposed to 10-a-side for regular Men’s Lacrosse and 12-a-side for Regular Women’s Lacrosse. In 2013-14 it became regular 10-a-side matches [1][3] The Games consisted of 2 twenty-minute halves with the final being 4 fifteen-minute quarters.[1]

Websites

[1] Ireland Lacrosse (2012) PRAWNS WIN ILL AND ARDS CUP DOUBLE [Internet] Available from: http://main.irelandlacrosse.ie/2012/05/21/prawns-win-ill-and-ards-cup-double/ [Accessed 10 January 2017]

Social Media

[2] Ireland Lacrosse – Facebook Page (2012) Post February 11, 2012 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/irelandlacrosse/posts/249906955087982 [Accessed 28 November 2017]

[3] Ireland Lacrosse – Facebook Page (2012) Post March 12, 2012 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/irelandlacrosse/posts/269364559808888 [Accessed 28 November 2017]

[4] Ireland Lacrosse – Facebook Page (2012) Post April 7, 2012 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/irelandlacrosse/posts/284881311590546 [Accessed 28 November 2017]

Images

[5] Ireland Lacrosse (2015) Ireland Lacrosse Logo [Internet] Available from: http://main.irelandlacrosse.ie/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/ireland_logo1_text-Revised2015.png [Accessed 6 November 2017]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Brian Bird & Cillian Murphy (Ireland National Lacrosse Team & Ireland Lacrosse Commissioner)

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

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Last Updated: 10 March 2020

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I am currently Web Manager for Baseball Ireland. I have been involved in American Football Ireland since 1987 either as a fan (going to the first College Games in Ireland in the 1980s, the Shamrock Bowl or Dublin Tornadoes & Dublin Rebels matches), player (South West Jets Flag Football 1995), Line Judge (IAFL 1996-2003), Chain Crew Member (I was on the Sidelines for the NFL game in Dublin between the Pittsburgh Steelers & Chicago Bears in 1997), Team Manager (Dublin Bay Raptors, IFFL 2018-present), Statistician (I did the stats for Shamrock Bowl X and currently do the stats for the Raptors). I have also played Softball for Marlay Mustangs, represented my school (St. Colmcille's Knocklyon) in Basketball & Olympic Handball, played plenty of Street Soccer, played Badminton for over 30 years (Knocklyon Social Badminton Club), played Croquet in the Annual Trinity SWSS v Green Party Challenge, Ran the Belfield Mile (UCD), played Chess for Trinity in the annual Colours Match, and played a lot of Games and E-Sports (Subbuteo, Fantasy NFL & Madden NFL etc) and have tried most of the sports on this website at least twice. I have a BA in World Development from the Development Studies Centre @ The Holy Ghost College Kimmage and have completed a Professional Qualification in Webmaster level 1 in Web Design at the Irish Academy of Computer Training (The Eirball.ie research Project) both in Dublin, Ireland I could not have done this on my own, however, and the help of friends, co-workers, teachers and family has been significant. Please see the Acknowldegemets section (below the Home Menu Button for a full list of those who have helped, guided or supported me.

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