Lacrosse South Australia
  • What: Men’s, Women’s and Youth Field Lacrosse League
  • When: April – September
  • Where: All over the State of South Australia
  • Founded: 1885
  • Twitter: @LacrosseSA
  • Instagram: lacrosse.sa
  • Facebook: Facebook Page
  • YouTube: YouTube Page
  • Website: Official Website

Lacrosse South Australia Info

Lacrosse South Australia is a men’s, women’s and youth field lacrosse leagues which is played all over the state.  SA has 10 different lacrosse clubs and the season is played from April until September.

Heres a list of the different levels to be played in this league.

Men’s

  • State Division
  • Division 1
  • Division 2
  • Division 3

Women’s

  • State
  • 1 Division
  • 2 Division

 

Youth

  • U11
  • U13
  • U15
  • U17

Contact: office@lacrossesa.com.au

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Teams

Adelaide University Lacrosse Club

Adelaide University Lacrosse Club

Brighton Lacrosse Club

Brighton Lacrosse Club – Men’s, Women’s and Youth Field Lacrosse

Burnside Lacrosse Club

Burnside Lacrosse Club – Men’s, Women’s and Youth Field Lacrosse

East Torrens Payneham Lacrosse Club

East Torrens Payneham Lacrosse Club – Men’s, Women’s and Youth Field Lacrosse

Glenelg Lacrosse Club

Glenelg Lacrosse Club – Men’s, Women’s and Youth Field Lacrosse

Australia Lacrosse Teams

North Adelaide Lacrosse Club – Men’s, Women’s and Youth Field Lacrosse

Australian Lacrosse Teams

Sturt Lacrosse Club – Men’s, Women’s and Youth Field Lacrosse

Australian Lacrosse Teams

West Torrens Lacrosse Club – Men’s, Women’s and Youth Field Lacrosse

Australian Lacrosse Teams

Woodville Lacrosse Club – Men’s, Women’s and Youth Field Lacrosse Club

Lacrosse South Australia

2014 National Field Lacrosse Champions – South Australia

South Australia Past Champions

Men’s (State)

  • 2020 – Brighton
  • 2019 – Burnside
  • 2018 – Glenelg
  • 2017 – Glenelg
  • 2016 – Brighton
  • 2015 – Brighton
  • 2014 – Glenelg
  • 2013 – Brighton
  • 2012 – Brighton
  • 2011 – Brighton
  • 2010 – Glenelg
  • 2009 – Brighton
  • 2008 – Woodville
  • 2007 – Woodville
  • 2006 – Glenelg
  • 2005 – Woodville
  • 2004 – Glenelg
  • 2003 – Sturt
  • 2002 – Woodville
  • 2001 – Woodville
  • 2000 – Woodville
  • 1999 – Woodville
  • 1998 – Woodville
  • 1997 – West Torrens
  • 1996 – West Torrens
  • 1995 – West Torrens
  • 1994 – Sturt
  • 1993 – West Torrens
  • 1992 – West Torrens
  • 1991 – West Torrens
  • 1990 – Sturt
  • 1989 – Glenelg
  • 1988 – Glenelg
  • 1987 – Brighton
  • 1986 – Sturt
  • 1985 – Sturt
  • 1984 – Glenelg
  • 1983 – East Torrens Payneham
  • 1982 – East Torrens Payneham

Women’s

  • 2020 – Brighton
  • 2019 – Brighton
  • 2018 – Brighton
  • 2017 – Glenelg
  • 2016 – Brighton
  • 2015 – Glenelg
  • 2014 – Wilderness
  • 2013 – Brighton
  • 2012 – Brighton
  • 2011 – Brighton
  • 2010 – Brighton
  • 2009 – Brighton
  • 2008 – Brighton
  • 2007 – Glenelg
  • 2006 – Wilderness
  • 2005 – Glenelg
  • 2004 – Brighton
  • 2003 – Glenelg
  • 2002 – Glenelg
  • 2001 – Glenelg
  • 2000 – Glenelg
  • 1999 – Brighton
  • 1998 – Glenelg
  • 1997 – Glenelg
  • 1996 – Glenelg
  • 1995 – Glenelg
  • 1994 – University of South Australia
  • 1993 – College
  • 1992 – College
  • 1991 – Glenelg
  • 1990 – Glenelg
  • 1989 – Adelaide University
  • 1988 – Burnside
  • 1987 – College
  • 1986 – College
  • 1985 – College
  • 1984 – Seacombe
  • 1983 – College
  • 1982 – College

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