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New Zealand Amateur Lacrosse Union (‘NZALU’)
This is the governing body for all Lacrosse in New Zealand. The Men’s and the Women’s NZ Associations are affiliated with the NZALU.
New Zealand Lacrosse Association (‘NZLA’)
Governing body for all Men’s Lacrosse in New Zealand to which all men’s clubs are affiliated.New Zealand Women’s Lacrosse Association (‘NZWLA’)
Governing body for all Women’s Lacrosse in New Zealand to which all women’s clubs are affiliated.History of Lacrosse in New Zealand
Over a decade ago, a few English and American ex-pats found each other through searching links in New Zealand to their favourite sport. Their reluctance to give up their extra appendages (their lacrosse sticks) instigated the passion to start and grow the sport in New Zealand. In 2000, a men’s senior league was started in Auckland, and a year later, the New Zealand Women’s Lacrosse Association was formed and a women’s league was established.
The efforts of the original founders resulted in tremendous growth in schools, clubs and national representative teams. Over the last decade, lacrosse has been integrated into many schools’ athletic curriculum, with over 20 schools and 500 players participating in the Auckland Secondary Schools League. We also estimate at least 900 school children across New Zealand are learning and playing the sport, or its modified version, ‘Modcrosse,’ at youth level each year.
National leagues are constantly growing with associations in Auckland, Wellington, Hamilton and Canterbury. Club teams from each region compete in the official National Tournament held annually in January.
Just five years after its inception, the New Zealand Women’s Lacrosse Association sent the first Women’s National Team to the IFWLA World Cup in 2005 – the ultimate competition in the women’s lacrosse world. In 2002, the New Zealand Men’s Lacrosse Association sent its first men’s team to the ILF World Cup.
But the history of lacrosse in New Zealand goes back very far into the late nineteenth century. As early as 1885, teams were actively competing all over the country. However, the arrival of World War I and the dominance of rugby as New Zealand’s most popular contact sport took over and we have few, if any, records of the game in the mid-twentieth century.
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(Credit: National Library of New Zealand)
Lacrosse in Auckland, 1885
Lacrosse in Invercargill, 1885
Lacrosse Auckland vs. Wellington, 1907
Wellington Lacrosse Team, 1885 (Credit: Alexander Turnball Library, Wellington)
First Auckland Lacrosse Team, 1900 (Credit: National Library of New Zealand)
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We are the governing body for lacrosse in New Zealand.
Lacrosse was established in New Zealand 21 years ago and is now entering a new stage as a single organisation serving the needs of both men’s and women’s lacrosse.
New Zealand Lacrosse (NZL) has built a strong presence and reputation over this time in international lacrosse achieving strong results at World Cups including ranking 8th in the Women’s World Championships and 21st in the Men’s World Championships.
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As with board roles the time commitment varies from month to month, but for NZL the Board roles normally include:
- A commitment of up to 10 – 15 hours per month and attendance at two weekend events per year.
- Up to 10 Board meetings, scheduled usually monthly in the evenings.
- Board meeting location will be via Zoom video conferencing.
NZL is looking for independent Board Members to join the Board for an initial term of 3 years.
Applications close 8th June 2021 at 5pm. Please send your CV with a detailed introduction to yourself and the value that you will add to this foundation board (no additional cover letter required) to Marina Samountry, Secretary: [email protected] nz.
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PLENTY OF OPPORTUNITIES FOR LACROSSE INTERNATIONAL GEORGIA CARTER
The New Zealand women’s lacrosse team, the NZBLAX, have recently returned from Melbourne where they won the Footscray Lacrosse International Classic tournament, against Hong Kong, the Footscray Lacrosse Club and a composite USA College team. They also competed in a separate invitational tournament against Australian state teams and England.
Meet Georgia Carter. NZBLAX player and a 2015 Auckland ASB Young Sportsperson of the Year award winner.
Georgia, who is Year 13 at Mount Albert Grammar School, is one of a small contingent of secondary school students in the New Zealand NZBLAX squad, including others from Waikato and Auckland.
Georgia has been playing lacrosse since she started secondary school. “I started playing in year nine, so I’m now in my fifth season. I started playing at school as it seemed like an interesting sport to play. I didn’t expect much when I first started.”
A good decision and one that’s already taken her overseas on several trips with New Zealand U19 and senior teams.
“With the New Zealand U19s I went to Australia in 2014 and to Scotland last year for the U19 World Cup in Scotland and we came fifth, which was really good because we were ranked 11th.
“Then with the senior women’s team in October we went to California and we played a series against some Division 1 college teams, so that was like a development tour for our squad.”
She explained that beating Japan in the U19 World Cup is a career highlight so far. “That was memorable for our whole team, as it meant that we came fifth and that is the best a New Zealand lacrosse team has ever done at a World Cup.”
There’s plenty more to look forward to. “We should have another trip to California this coming October and then the World Cup is in England next July, so making that team is a goal. ”
Women’s Lacrosse is a variant of field hockey, except the ball gets passed through the air and not along the ground. “It’s a full-on, full-paced game and it’s great to play,” said Georgia. “Games are 30 minute halves, with 10 players on each side and 12 when you play internationally.”
Georgia plays midfield or attack and said if she has a preference it is for the former as there’s more running and action involved.
She said she used to play water polo, but lacrosse is her one fulltime sport now.
Her school MAGS competes in the Auckland secondary schools girls’ lacrosse competition. Georgia is captain of her school team for the second successive year. She said her team is going well so far after coming second last year to Epsom Girls’ Grammar School. “We’ve already played EGGS this year and drew with them [6-6], so hopefully we can beat them when we meet again.”
She recently stepped off the plane from Melbourne to help MAGS beat Avondale College 16-3, playing her 10th game in the space of a week.
The 2016 New Zealand Secondary Schools Lacrosse tournament is in August. Last year MAGS finished fourth, behind winners Cambridge High School, after being runners-up in 2014 and champions in 2013 in Georgia’s first year in the team.
Georgia is keeping her options open as to what she is doing next year, but said that winning a lacrosse scholarship to an American university is a possibility.
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Women’s Lacrosse Alum Katie Knaus To Compete In FIL World Cup
Gordon College and Master’s School (Conn. ) athletic standout Katie Knaus was recently selected to the New Zealand Women’s National Lacrosse Team (NZ BLAX) and will represent the Kiwi’s in the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Cup in Oshawa, Ontario from July 10-20.
Knaus has been a force in New Zealand lacrosse since arriving, having won national championships with two different club teams, Auckland Central in March of 2013 and College Rifles in 2012, where she was tournament MVP. She was also a three-game MVP with the BLAX in the 2012 Down Under Cup in Melbourne, Australia.
The BLAX recently won this year’s Down Under Cup in Melbourne and will tune up in Maryland and Virginia against club and college teams in early July.
A Gordon semester abroad in New Zealand with the Creation Care program whet Knaus’ appetite for adventure. “I knew I had to come back”, said Knaus, who currently works as a cave guide for The Legendary Black Water Rafting Co. in the Waitomo Caves, North Island. Mixing travel and athletics is not new to her, as she previously played and coached soccer in Costa Rica with Push The Rock, a Pennsylvania-based Christian missionary organization.
Knaus first picked up a lacrosse stick in the 10th grade at Master’s, where in three seasons she broke every single season and career scoring record while earning captain, MVP, and NEPSWLA All-New England honors in her junior and senior years. She was also a three-year captain, MVP, and All-New England athlete on the Lions’ soccer and ski teams. Athletic Director Ed Lebo said at the time of her graduation, “Simply put, she’s one of the strongest female athletes ever to attend Master’s. She will play two sports at Gordon and have an immediate impact on their athletic program.”
During her junior and senior years at Master’s, Knaus played briefly with the Northern Stars club team. Said Head Coach Laura Repoli, “I feel confident in saying that players like her are hard to come by. Katie thrives under pressure and has the ability to single-handedly change games with her drive and determination to not be stopped on the field. She can change the game by forcing that turnover off a timely double, getting the perfect feed on a nice cut, or taking it to goal when the game is on the line. She is a true leader. Katie leads by example and does whatever it takes to succeed on the field.”
Her impact as a freshman in college was indeed immediate as she wasted no time taking her game to the next level. Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) opponents knew they were in for four long years after she collected both CCC Rookie of the Year and First Team All-Conference honors while helping lead Gordon to a perfect 9-0 regular season conference record. According to Gordon Assistant Coach Bess Watson, “Katie was feared around the conference because of her ability to dominate. She had the ability to take over a game with her physical presence.” But scoring goals was only part of the story. A review of Gordon’s all-time career stats finds Knaus in the top five in all five major categories including goals, points, draw controls, ground balls, and caused turnovers. Her career went on to include numerous CCC Player of the Week and All-Conference accolades as well as Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) Pilgrim Region and other All-New England honors in both lacrosse and soccer.
A captain of both the lacrosse and soccer teams, Knaus also competed on the ski team (USCSA McBrien Division) where she was a consistent podium finisher and East Regional qualifier, and a brief three-week stint on the indoor track and field team yielded her all-time Gordon records in three events.
New Zealand men’s national lacrosse coach is now BE girls’ assistant coach
Bob Macaluso and Jeff Weiner were bound to meet.
After all, both gentlemen are Long Island natives and when they retired to the Lowcountry, they ended up living in the same condo complex in Mount Pleasant.
“We just bumped into each other, got to know each other and found out we had some things in common,” Macaluso said. “Not only do we both play golf, we both have backgrounds in lacrosse.”
Macaluso still spends a good chunk of his time in Long Island. But when he’s in the Lowcountry, he’s helping out Weiner, who is the head coach of the Bishop England girls’ lacrosse team, which won state titles the past two springs.
Weiner couldn’t have picked a better assistant.
“Although his primary responsibility is the goalies, it’s great to have Bob at practice because he brings a ton of experience in the boys’ game which we have been able to incorporate into the girls’ game, especially on defense,” Weiner said.
Macaluso was a long-time coach at Northport High School in Suffolk County on Long Island. He helped develop nine high-school All-Americans in lacrosse and guided his teams to Suffolk County Final Four playoff appearances in his final 12 years at the school. He had more than 280 career victories and one state title under his belt, as well.
“The standing joke is he now has twice as many state championships with the BE girls’ team than he back on Long Island with his Northport High School boys’ lacrosse team,” Weiner said.
Macaluso also coached football and boys’ volleyball at Northport. But his specialty was lacrosse. The program struggled when he first took over, but it had become one of the best programs in the Empire State by the time he retired.
His impressive resume didn’t stop growing when he retired as a high school coach. In 2012, he was named the third head coach in the history of the New Zealand men’s national lacrosse team that competed in the 2014 Federal International Lacrosse (FIL) World Lacrosse Championships in Denver 2014. His team finished 12th in competition.
How did a Long Island native end up as a coach of the New Zealand national team?
“What happened is one of my former players (Gavin Higgins) went on to have an outstanding career at Limestone College,” Macaluso said. “He went on to work for a major sporting goods company on the West Coast. He eventually met a woman from New Zealand, married her and became head of the national program.”
When Higgins stepped down, Macaluso thought the NZ team would hire someone with more experience.
“But, they were persistent and I finally said OK,” Macaluso said.
Last summer, he was reappointed coach of New Zealand, which will compete in the 2018 FIL World Lacrosse Championships, which will be contested in Israel.
“That will be my swan song,” Macaluso said. “I will be 72 years old. I’ve been blessed. I’ve had an incredible career.”90,000 In New Zealand, an IS supporter attacked people in a supermarket. He was under police surveillance
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An armed man attacked a supermarket in Auckland. The authorities said it was a terrorist attack.
A man attacked customers at Countdown Supermarket in New Lynn, southwest Auckland. According to eyewitnesses, he grabbed a knife from a shop window and began stabbing customers with it.
One of the witnesses told Stuff NZ that people in hysterics began to run out of the supermarket, and then he saw an elderly man with a knife wound, lying on the ground.
According to the latest data, six people were injured as a result of the criminal’s actions. Three of them are in critical condition at the hospital.
The attacker was shot dead by the police on the spot within a minute.
As stated by the Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern, he was a supporter of the Islamic State group (IS, banned in Russia as a terrorist organization) and was under the supervision of the authorities.
“It was a brutal and meaningless attack on innocent New Zealanders. It was carried out by a man who was known to the authorities as a threat,” Ardern said during a press conference.
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Premier Ardern and Police Commissioner Koster spoke at a press conference after the attack in Auckland
A man who arrived in New Zealand from Sri Lanka in 2011 came to the attention of law enforcement officers in 2016, Ardern clarified.
At the same time, she stressed that the crime is not guilty of “faith, not culture, not ethnos, but a separate person, embraced by an ideology that is not supported by anyone here.”
According to the authorities, the attacker acted alone.
Police followed the man on the day of the attack, New Zealand Police Commissioner Andrew Koster said.
“But the reality is that even watching someone 24 hours a day, you still cannot instantly be next to him,” he stated.
At the moment, according to Koster, the law enforcement officers “have no reason to believe that there is a danger to society” in connection with the incident.
“I am confident that we did our best, and the fact that we were able to intervene quickly [and eliminate the threat] confirms this,” he said.
Nevertheless, the authorities and law enforcement agencies will analyze the situation to understand whether everything has been done to ensure the safety of citizens, the Prime Minister said.
In 2019, the largest terrorist attack in the history of the country took place in New Zealand. Then Australian Brenton Tarrant shot 51 people in two mosques in Christchurch.90,000 New Zealand Prime Minister calls Auckland Supermarket Attack Terrorist – International Panorama
SYDNEY, 3 September. / TASS /. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern called the attack on the supermarket customers in Auckland a terrorist attack. She made the corresponding statement on Friday at a press conference in Wellington.
According to Ardern, “a violent extremist carried out a terrorist attack in the New Lynn area of Oakland.” “It was a brutal attack, it was pointless,” said the head of government.
The prime minister said that the person who attacked the supermarket was a supporter of the Islamic State terrorist organization (IS, banned in the Russian Federation). Ardern noted that the attacker adhered to “a brutal ideology and was inspired by ISIS.” special services.
She noted that “the terrorist was a citizen of Sri Lanka who arrived [in New Zealand] in 2011,” and in 2016 the police put him under surveillance. “We have used all the legal and supervisory powers available to us to keep this person safe from people,” added Ardern. According to her, the perpetrator was a supporter of the Islamic State terrorist organization.
The head of the New Zealand government noted that the authorities and law enforcement agencies of the country will analyze the situation in order to understand whether everything has been done to ensure the safety of citizens.“Of all the tools we have, ongoing monitoring and surveillance is the most essential and has been deployed with this person. But we will have the opportunity to consider every lever that has been used,” she said.
Ardern also stated that it would be wrong to blame the Muslim community for the incident. “What happened today was disgusting and wrong, but it was done by one person, <...> engulfed in an ideology that is not supported by anyone here.He alone is responsible for these acts, “she stressed.
According to New Zealand Police Commissioner Andrew Coster, at the moment, law enforcement officers “have no reason to believe that there is a danger to society” in connection with the incident. “I am confident that we did our best, and the fact that we were able to intervene quickly [and eliminate the threat] confirms this,” he said.
New Zealand police reported an armed attack on supermarket customers in southwest Auckland at about 15:20 local time (06:20 Moscow time).The arriving law enforcement officers opened fire on the attacker. He died on the spot, six victims were taken to hospital, the condition of three is assessed as critical.90,000 New Zealand residents demanded to rename the country
New Zealand residents demanded to rename the country
New Zealand residents demanded to rename the country – RIA Novosti, 09/14/2021
Residents New Zealand demanded to rename the country
Leaders of the “Maori Party” began collecting signatures under a petition demanding to change the name of New Zealand to the Polynesian “Aotearoa” and assign all cities… RIA Novosti, 09/14/2021
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MOSCOW, September 14 – RIA NovostiMaori Party leaders have begun collecting signatures on a petition demanding that New Zealand change its name to the Polynesian Aotearoa and assign Maori names to all cities by 2026, RNZ reports. that the original names are distorted, not accepted and ignored. “Already in the past, the Maori language received the status of the first and official language in this country. We are a Polynesian country, we are Aotearoa,” RNZ radio quotes the words of Waititi.According to Ngarewa-Packer, colonial education and the change in place names to English in the early twentieth century saw the ability of the ancestors of today’s Native New Zealanders to speak their native language declined from 90 percent in 1910 to 23 percent in 1950. 15 percent of the population, but only three percent of residents speak the language. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern opposed the renaming. “We have no plans to officially change the name of New Zealand. But at the same time, I would say I like the way people cross-use different names of localities.And I think this practice will expand, “said the head of the New Zealand government. According to her, the Maori language is recognized as an official language along with English, the indigenous names of places will be used” interchangeably “in the future. The Maori name” Aotearoa “means” Long white cloud ” , which the ancestors of the Maori saw over the islands of New Zealand, having swum across the ocean about eight centuries ago in eight large canoe boats.
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New Zealand residents demanded to rename the countryMOSCOW, Sep 14 – RIA Novosti … Maori Party leaders have begun collecting signatures on a petition demanding that New Zealand change its name to the Polynesian Aotearoa and give all cities Maori names by 2026, radio RNZ reported.
Co-chairs of the indigenous political organization Raviri Vaititi and Debbie Ngareva-Packer believe that the original names are distorted, not accepted and ignored.
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“Already in the past, the Maori language received the status of the first and official language in this country. We are a Polynesian country, we are Aotearoa,” RNZ radio quotes Vaititi …
According to Ngarewa-Packer, colonial formation and the change of place names to English at the beginning of the 20th century reduced the ability of the ancestors of today’s native New Zealanders to speak their native language from 90 percent in 1910 to 23 percent in 1950.
“In just 40 years, the colonialists were able to successfully take away our language. And we still feel the influence of this today,” the party co-chair emphasized.
The Maori make up about 15 percent of the population, but only three percent of the inhabitants speak the language.Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern opposed the renaming.
“We have no plans to officially change the name of New Zealand. But at the same time, I would say I like the way people cross-use different local names.And I think this practice will expand, “- said the head of the New Zealand government.
According to her, the Maori language is recognized as an official language along with English, the indigenous names of places will be used” interchangeably “in the future.
The Maori name” Aotearoa “means” A long white cloud “, which the Maori ancestors saw over the islands of New Zealand, having sailed across the ocean about eight centuries ago in eight large canoe boats.
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