After the Irish Lacrosse Union disappeared around the First World War, and the Irish Ladies Lacrosse Association from 1926-1970 had also disbanded, the third wave of Lacrosse in Ireland was the revival of Ireland Lacrosse in the early 21st Century, featuring Men’s Women’s and Box (Indoor Lacrosse).
Ireland Lacrosse (Men’s) Standings:
Irish Lacrosse League 2009-2016
Ireland Lacrosse | Men’s Newtownards Cup 2010-2017
Irish Lacrosse League (Results):
2018 2016 2015 2014 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11
Men’s Newtownards Cup (Results):
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The Irish Lacrosse Union was the Men’s Lacrosse Association in Ireland from the Late 19th to Early 20th Centuries. The Senior shield was the first level league competition.
Like the Gaelic Athletic Association, the Irish Lacrosse Union season was divided into an opening season (Shield – League Competition), and closing season (Flags – Knockout / Elimination Competition). The Irish Lacrosse Union had two Adult levels (Senior and Junior), and a representative competition (Shaftesbury Cup) between County Down and County Antrim. It was Men’s only. (see links to each competition and season for results, more information and references).
Irish Lacrosse Union (1870-1914)
Irish Lacrosse Union
Shaftesbury Cup (Co. Down v Co. Antrim – Seasons): 1900
Irish Lacrosse Union 1870-1914
Irish Lacrosse Union | Championship of Ireland 1890-1897 (pending Review)
ILU Senior Flags (1st Level – Knockout Championship – Seasons): 1900
ILU Junior Flags (2nd Level – Knockout Championship – Seasons): 1900
ILU Senior Shield (1st Level League – Seasons): 1900
ILU Junior Shield (2nd Level League- Seasons): 1900
ILU Gibb Cup (All Teams Knockout – Seasons): 1895 1894 1893
ILU Preseason Friendlies (Seasons): 1900