Author: Robert Gooch

Lacrosse Bio: Club Coach, Rob Gooch

2012 Milton Keynes Lacrosse Club In 2012 Rob helped set-up a club in his home town. Travelling into London every week for training and games could not go on forever. The idea of playing lacrosse 5 minutes from home was

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League: Milton Keynes 8 – 9 Cambridge Eagles

The final SEMLA East Division Two league match ended with a whimper as Milton Keynes let a two goal lead slip in the fourth quarter to lose by one against the Cambridge Uni 2nd team, the ‘Eagles’. Leading 6-4 with

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League: Milton Keynes 14 – 8 Brighton Panthers

As the “mini beast from the East” hit the country, Brighton made the long trip north to be faced with sub-zero temperatures but no snow so it was game on at Stantonbury. With his team’s game cancelled, Chris White joined

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Friendly: Milton Keynes 1- 5 Welwyn 2’s

No league game this weekend so we invited the Welwyn Warriors 2nd team up to MK to play a friendly. The Welwyn team are in the lower half of the division above MK so this game was a perfect opportunity

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Box Lacrosse Coaching Basics

Box lacrosse coaching basics for existing field lacrosse coaches Box lacrosse is the most dynamic and physical format of our great game. Most of the coaching fundamentals from field lacrosse apply but there are a few key differences that I

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Inter-Division: Milton Keynes 6 – 4 Spencer 4’s

Milton Keynes snapped their recent losing streak beating Spencer 4’s from London, 6-4. You may be thinking a game against a club’s 4th team should be a walk in the park, but Spencer is the biggest lacrosse club in the

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League: Milton Keynes 6 – 13 Guildford Gators

A killer of a game from the Milton Keynes perspective. All square at 4-4 going into half-time. MK scored a 5th goal at the start of the second half and should of had 3 or 4 more from golden opportunities

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Make SEMLA lacrosse more regional for 2018/19

The urgent need to change the league structure for men’s lacrosse in the South of England The South of England Men’s Lacrosse Association (SEMLA) has seen 6 teams withdraw from the league during this season; Birmingham, Bournemouth, Royal Holloway, Brunel,

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Flags: Milton Keynes 2 – 11 Brighton Panthers

Milton Keynes’ cup run came to an end on Saturday at the hands of the Brighton Panthers who travelled up from the south coast and done a number on us. The difference, and the signature of our season, was the

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League: Reading Wildcats 2’s 10 – 8 Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes let this winnable game slip away through lots of small individual errors that collectively made the difference. For every great play, including two potential goals of the season from man-of-the-match Matt Sawyer, someone would make a basic error

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