We are a fun, sociable and relaxed club, if you can't commit much time but still want to come along every so often that's fine. Mixed Lacrosse is a fast paced, non contact sport played with both men and women on a team, where you use a stick, known as a crosse, to throw a hard rubber ball, about the size of a tennis ball, between players and attempt to get it in the opponent's goal.
We train every Thursday evening 6:00pm - 8:00pm at Wide Lane and have three teams, one for experienced players, one for intermediate players and one for beginners, that play matches most Sunday afternoons.
Wednesday night, like for most AU clubs, is socials night! Our socials team provide a regular mix of fantastic events from your standard club night to fancy dinners and balls and don't forget huge bar crawls with our good friends from Men's and Ladies Lacrosse! There's something for everyone at Mixed Lacrosse, whether you're the ultra competitive sporty type, far more socially minded, or anything in-between.
For more information and for details about our taster session we'll be at the Bunfight or you can join our Facebook group now and we'll answer any questions you have. Finally, don't be afraid to join if you've missed the Bunfight or taster session, new recruits are welcome throughout the year.
Just contact us using the form below or message our facebook page to let us know you're coming, then simply show up on Thursday, easy.
These are the current membership plans offered by Lacrosse (Mixed), although many groups offer a free period for new members to try out their group.
All student groups within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Lacrosse (Mixed) this year are:
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