Ireland withdraws to save space for the Iroquois Nationals

In the 2018 Federation of International Lacrosse World Championship, team Ireland’s lacrosse team placed 12th, where the Iroquois Nationals placed third. With both teams vying for a shot to participate in the 2022 The World Games (TWG), Ireland has decided to withdraw their name from contention. In a press release on September 2, World Lacrosse made the announcement that this would be happening. “In light of the confirmation recently provided by the International World Games Association that the Iroquois Nationals are eligible for selection to compete in TWG 2022, Ireland Lacrosse has made the decision to voluntarily vacate its position in the eight-team, men’s tournament.” This leaves more room for the Iroquois Lacrosse team to be selected for the games. Michael Kennedy is the CEO of Ireland Lacrosse was backed…

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