Adidas Partners with Team Jamaica
PORTLAND, Ore. (July 11, 2018) – Better known for its topography of rolling mountains, lush rainforests, reef-lined beaches, some of the fastest sprinters in the world and a famous bobsled team, most people would be surprised that the tiny island nation of Jamaica is set to take center stage at the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Lacrosse Championship.
From July 12-24, 46 countries and 2,000 athletes and fans from all over the world will converge in Netanya, Israel for lacrosse’s flagship international championship competition.
Today, adidas proudly announced a new partnership in which the Portland, Oregon, based company will be the official athletic footwear, apparel and equipment brand for Team Jamaica Lacrosse.
The team is made up of current professional and former NCAA lacrosse players, including co-captain and Major League Lacrosse Chesapeake Bayhawks defender Goran Murray, co-captain Attacker Evan Redwood from Amherst College and Midfielder Hakeem Lecky from Syracuse University.
“Our mission is to help athletes perform better and we couldn’t be happier to partner with Team Jamaica on their mission to compete for a World Championship,” said Dan Near, Sr. Director of adidas Lacrosse. “We believe that sport has the power to change lives and this partnership provides a tremendous opportunity to both empower athletes and help bring recognition to the sport of Lacrosse on a global stage.”
Making their first-ever appearance in an international lacrosse competition, Team Jamaica will make their debut sporting a custom adidas Lacrosse kit that includes special edition adidas Lacrosse jerseys and shorts, FREAK gloves & elbow pads, FREAK shafts and heads, and the adidas adizero 5-Star 7.0 and FREAK cleats.
With inspiration from traditional and iconic Jamaican references, the Team Jamaica kit is centered around the green, yellow and black colors of the Jamaican flag and pays homage to the unique history and personality of the nation. The design of the jersey features a repeating flag in the short side panel and on the jersey sleeves. Additionally, the ‘Out of Many, One People’ motto from the Jamaican Coat of Arms is highlighted on the jersey and gloves in order to pay tribute to the unity of the Jamaican population’s multiracial roots. The adidas Lacrosse custom Showcase uniforms feature a dual fabric blend of a stretch knitted poly front panel and shoulders with a full back and side stretch mesh, providing best in class range of motion and ventilation and breathability.
To show the ultimate support for the team, one lucky fan will have an opportunity to win an exclusive adidas x Team Jamaica kit. Within the custom case, which is emblazoned with the Jamaican Flag and “Out of Many, One People” team slogan, the kit features (1) Jamaican uniform, (1) adidas FREAK head, (1 pair) custom adidas FREAK Jamaican team colored gloves, and (1) custom adidas FREAK Jamaican team colored shaft, along with some Jamaican jerk spices and a few recipes for Jamaican cuisine. Follow @adidasLacrosse on Instagram for ways to win the kit in the coming days.
Adidas Lacrosse is committed to help growing the game and building icons in the sport. In addition to partnering with Team Jamaica Lacrosse, adidas is donating 100 custom complete sticks to programs in Jamaica to help grow the game. The sticks will feature a custom strung FREAK head with the same custom shaft used by the Jamaican National Team in the World Championships. Over the past two years the 3-Stripes brand signed partnerships with Four-time All-Star and Major League Lacrosse (MLL) Championship MVP, Drew Snider and 2016 MLL first overall draft pick and 2017 All-Star Game MVP, Myles Jones. Additionally, adidas Lacrosse has more than doubled its number of NCAA lacrosse teams and added dozens of high school and club programs in the past year.
New Jersey brothers make history for Jamaica In lacrosse
Two Rumson, New Jersey brothers will make history for Jamaica this summer in Israel as they headline the Jamaican National Team roster for the first time on the international level.
World Lacrosse Championships
This will be the first time Jamaica will have a lacrosse team play at the international level. Rob and Alex Kelly will put the country in the spotlight at the 2018 FIL World Lacrosse Championships in Netanya, Israel.
Claims Jamaican citizenship from mother
The brothers claim Jamaican citizenship from their mother, Nicola, who was born, and lived, in Jamaica before relocating to the United Kingdom, according to the Two River Times. It was there she met and married her husband, Kevin Kelly, and where the couple had two sons.
The family ultimately moved to New Jersey in the US, and settled in Rumson, where the brothers attended Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School. But every year, they would travel to Jamaica.
Visit Jamaica annually
“We’ve been going to Jamaica and spending time there pretty much every year since I can remember,” said Rob Kelly, 26, who graduated from RFH in 2010 after three seasons of varsity competition with the Bulldogs. . “And that’s because my mother has always maintained a strong sense of pride in her home country, and it’s something she’s certainly instilled in us.”
Now the Kelly brothers’ mom is helping raise funds to promote the Jamaica lacrosse team.
Mom instrumental in Jamaican team
“Being able to represent Jamaica in this fashion has made our mother very proud,” Alex Kelly added. “We wouldn’t have this opportunity without her and it goes deeper than citizenship. She’s been instrumental in helping put this team together. From organizing the players and coaches, to the fundraising efforts, she’s basically started a small company and it’s all in the name of Jamaican lacrosse. And when mom’s pulling that much weight, we’d better play well for her.”
The Kelly brothers and their Jamaican teammates, including Hakeem Lecky, Bryan Depass, Mark Dwyer and Matthew Marrett of Nantucket High School, will all make their appearance in one of the most anticipated matches of the international tournament when they play host, Israel, on July 12, 2018 at 4:30 p. m. in the Netanya Stadium.
The 2018 FIL Men’s World Lacrosse Championships will include 48 participating countries and more than 5,000 fans from all over the world between July 12th to 21st.
Errol Wilson is the head coach of the men’s national team for the 2018 FIL World Championships. Wilson’s supporting staff includes Associate Head Coach, Dale Walker and assistant coach, Kevin Martin.
Calbert Hutchinson is currently president of the Jamaica Lacrosse Association and is fully compliant with the player eligibility rules as defined by the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL). The team is raising funds to make the trip possible. A GoFundMe has so far raised some US 18,000 of its US $60,000 goal.
Rumson Lacrosse Players To Represent Jamaica on International Stage
By Chris Rotolo |
RUMSON – The backyard was where their love for lacrosse bloomed.
Rob and Alex Kelly can still recall the times they spent together at their Rumson home sharpening their skills with joint wall ball sessions, and strengthening their brotherly bond with more mellow games of catch.
Back then remained focused on the fun of the sport, rather than the places it could one day take them.
However, years later that focus has shifted, as the Kelly brothers have earned the opportunity to go further than they ever dreamed, taking the international stage this summer at the FIL World Lacrosse Championships in Netanya, Israel, where they’ll headline the Jamaican National Team roster.
“When I first picked up the game of lacrosse, I never knew if I would be skilled enough to play for the varsity team in high school, let alone in college,” said Alex, 23, a 2013 graduate of Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School and a two-year varsity competitor who is currently playing for Monmouth University. “Now, to be preparing to compete on the international level, it’s a dream come true.”
The Kelly brothers’ Jamaican citizenship comes from their mother Nicola, who was born in the island nation before relocating to the United Kingdom. It was there she met and married her husband, Kevin Kelly, and where the couple had two sons.
Eventually the Kellys moved across the Atlantic to New Jersey and settled in Rumson. But thanks to their mother’s national pride, the boys never lost touch with their familial roots.
“We’ve been going to Jamaica and spending time there pretty much every year since I can remember,” said Rob, 26, who graduated from RFH in 2010 after three seasons of varsity competition with the Bulldogs, followed by a spot on the University of Richmond club team. “And that’s because my mother has always maintained a strong sense of pride in her home country, and it’s something she’s certainly instilled in us.”
“Being able to represent Jamaica in this fashion has made our mother very proud,” Alex said. “We wouldn’t have this opportunity without her and it goes deeper than citizenship. She’s been instrumental in helping put this team together. From organizing the players and coaches, to the fundraising efforts, she’s basically started a small company and it’s all in the name of Jamaican lacrosse. And when mom’s pulling that much weight, we’d better play well for her.”
This journey to the FIL National Lacrosse Championships began a year ago when Rob took a trip to the Caribbean country where he spent a week training and coaching Jamaican children alongside Christian Brothers Academy alum Kevin Dugan, the executive director of Fields of Growth, a nonprofit organization focused on promoting the game through positive social impact and global leadership development.
It was at the instructional clinic where Dugan notified Kelly about plans to field the first Jamaican National Team in the county’s history and to have that outfit play among the world’s best this July in Israel.
“When I got out there Kevin and I started to talk and he realized that my mother was from Jamaica. Then I told him about my brother and he was even happier,” Rob said.
“We understand how special this is,” Alex added. “This is the first time Jamaica has had a lacrosse team play at the international level and there’s some responsibility that comes with being part of it. This a roster full of talented players with something to prove. We don’t want to just go out and play. We want to compete and win and prove that Jamaica belongs.”
The Kelly brothers and their teammates are set to appear in one of the most anticipated matches of the tournament, as the Jamaican National Team squares off with host country Israel in the event’s opener on July 12, which is expected to fill the 24,000-seat Netanya Stadium.
“That game is definitely the one we’ve all had circled on our calendars,” Rob said. “With 48 countries competing, it’s the largest turnout in the history of this tournament, and we’re going to be starting it off with all the fans and every other team on hand to watch. This is the biggest game I’ll ever be part of and it’s something I’m really looking forward to.”
According to the Kelly brothers, though the FIL World Lacrosse Championship is the first step toward introducing Jamaica to the national stage, it can’t be the last, as they and their teammates are planning a sustained, hands-on effort to instill a lacrosse tradition on the island nation.
“We certainly plan on going back there at some point and we do feel that responsibility to immerse ourselves in the Jamaican lacrosse community,” Rob said. “That’s the only way to build a culture and a tradition and to ensure that this national program can be self-sustaining.”
The FIL World Lacrosse Championship is scheduled to run from July 12-21.
This article was first published in the March 29-April 5, 2018 print edition of The Two River Times.
“Enough people say they know they can’t believe… Jamaica we have a lacrosse team!”
Fun fact: Jamaica has been playing lacrosse since 2012!
With the inaugural LaxAllStars.com North American Invitational (LASNAI) box lacrosse tournament taking place this past weekend, Team Jamaica made their first ever appearance in international competition. Now let’s be clear, THIS IS NOT THE JAMAICAN NATIONAL TEAM. This is a diaspora team, meaning it was made up of some Jamaican players, some heritage players, and some who just want to play to help the cause! But this IS a team affiliated with the Jamaican Lacrosse Association (JLA) nonetheless.
Team Jamaica ended the weekend with an overall record of 3-3 and placed 6th out of 12 for the entire tournament. Not bad for a mixed team making their first appearance in international play, huh?
This story really hits home for me because I went on a service trip to help establish lacrosse in Jamaica with Fields of Growth back in 2013 (but that’s a story for another blog). My good friend, Jansen Atiatonharonkwen Nicholas (who I had the privilege to meet on my Fields of Growth trip) is even played for Team Jamaica in the LASNAI. When asked about the Jamaica Lax’s first international appearance Nicholas said, “Its amazing, this team was formed so we can get the message out to Jamaicans living in both the USA and Canada, and work to build up an international team. I also always try to grow the medicine game whenever I can, and it’s awesome that [the LASNAI] is going to be on the Onondaga nation territory as well.”
The tournament took place just outside of Syracuse, New York on the sacred grounds of the Onondaga Indian Reservation this year. Jamaica Lacrosse Association President (and personal friend of mine) Calbert Hutchinson was quoted on the importance of the tournament venue saying, “it carries some very heavy symbolism that the first time we represent Jamaica on the international stage, that we do it at the birth place of the game, surrounded by our brothers and sisters from the Iroquois Confederacy.” But this doesn’t come as a surprise to me, the JLA is predicated on honoring the history, culture, and roots of the indigenous people who first played our great sport.
Atiatonharonkwen and Hutchinson both noted the importance of the first international appearance for the JLA coming on Onondaga territory. Both also agree that this is just the first step for the JLA in terms of international lacrosse recognition. The LASNAI served as an important stepping stone in Jamaica’s journey towards the 2018 FIL World Championships in Manchester, England. I personally cannot wait to see what is in store for Jamaica Lacrosse. Inaugural Jamaican/American Friendship Game, August 2013. Smile for me Jamaica! Jah Bless!!
PS. Fields of Growth is also responsible for introducing lacrosse to Uganda and bringing them to the FIL World Championships back in 2014… anyone else sensing #JamaicaVsUganda2018 ???
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Haudenosaunee women’s national lacrosse team
Howdenosaune Women’s Lacrosse Team represent the Mohawk in the Women’s International Lacrosse competition. They are currently ranked 12th in the world by World Lacrosse.
The first Houdenosauni women’s team in 18 years was organized and participated in the 2005 Nations Cup lacrosse festival. The First Nations team consisted of young people between the ages of 15 and 18 and was one of eight international teams. The following year, the Iroquois women’s team stood before the Six Nations Confederation Council asking for permission to field an international lacrosse team.
In 2008, the Iroquois Confederation women’s team, Haudenosaunee, became a full member of World Lacrosse.
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|Squad of the 2009 Women’s Lacrosse World Championship|
|21 years old||Carla Jamison|
|31 years old||Mia McKee|
|7||Jerrick Thomas Hill|
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|2017 FIFA Women’s Lacrosse Squad|
|Jersey||name||Position||Height||Hometown / Nation|
|14||Wadataivi Bomberry||Midfielder||5’5 ”||Six Nations / Mohawk|
|23||Cheyenne Burnham||Midfielder||5’6 ”||Onondaga / Mohawk|
|6||Vivian Curry||Midfielder||5’9 ”||Cattaragus / Seneca|
|22||Amber Hill-Donhauser||Goalkeeper||5’8 ”||Tuscarora / Cayuga|
|20||Erin Francis||Attack||5’3 ”||Akvesasne / Iroquois|
|25||Jenna Haring||Goalkeeper||5’3 ”||Cattaragus / Seneca|
|2||Dana Issax||Attack / Midfield||5’2 ”||Six Nations / Onondaga|
|24||Jaleen Gimerson||Midfielder||5’9 ”||Cattaraugus / Cayuga|
|17||Jaslin Lazor||Midfielder||5’9 ”||Akvesasne / Iroquois|
|19||Mirabella Lazore||Attack / Midfield||5’2 ”||Akvesasne / Iroquois|
|18||Kristen Cedar||Protection||5’5 ”||Cattaragus / Seneca|
|11||Tia Schindler||Protection||5’9 ”||Six Nations / Cayuga|
|8||Katie Smith||Midfield / Defense||5’4 ”||Six Nations / Mohawk|
|4||Avejillo Thomas||Attack||5’4 ”||Six Nations / Cayuga|
|21 years old||Keira Thompson||Attack||5’3 ”||Aquasasne / Iroquois|
|13||Bath Thompson||Protection||5’2 ”||Aquasasne / Iroquois|
|7||Victoria Thompson||Midfielder||5’4 ”||Aquasasne / Iroquois|
|Ashley Pike||Head coach|
|Justin Demuth||Assistant Coach|
|Fernando Pineda||Sports coach|
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