RUGBURN

Jack Stokes on Lacrosse in Sydney, Footy, Aussie Slang, and the Future of Box in Australia

February 14, 2021 Canadian Lacrosse League Season 2 Episode 1
RUGBURN
Jack Stokes on Lacrosse in Sydney, Footy, Aussie Slang, and the Future of Box in Australia
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RUGBURN
Jack Stokes on Lacrosse in Sydney, Footy, Aussie Slang, and the Future of Box in Australia
Feb 14, 2021 Season 2 Episode 1
Canadian Lacrosse League

For our fifth episode, Season 2, Episode 1, of RUGBURN we connect with Jack Stokes all the way from down-under in Sydney, Australia. Jack was an alternate captain for Australia at the 2019 IIJL World Junior Lacrosse Championship (WJLC) in Mississauga, Ontario where he helped anchor the Aussie defence in their historic World Juniors debut.

Jack talks about how he fell in love with lacrosse despite growing up in Sydney, New South Wales where lacrosse is less accessible. He also explores his athletic roots in Aussie Rules Football, moving to Canada for a summer to play Junior A in Delta, British Columbia, gives us a lesson in Aussie slang, and what competing at the World Juniors means for future Australian box lacrosse teams.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast so you never miss a show. You can stay up to date with the Canadian Lacrosse League on our website www.canadianlacrosseleague.com and on social media by following @CLLlacrosse on all platforms. 

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Show Notes

For our fifth episode, Season 2, Episode 1, of RUGBURN we connect with Jack Stokes all the way from down-under in Sydney, Australia. Jack was an alternate captain for Australia at the 2019 IIJL World Junior Lacrosse Championship (WJLC) in Mississauga, Ontario where he helped anchor the Aussie defence in their historic World Juniors debut.

Jack talks about how he fell in love with lacrosse despite growing up in Sydney, New South Wales where lacrosse is less accessible. He also explores his athletic roots in Aussie Rules Football, moving to Canada for a summer to play Junior A in Delta, British Columbia, gives us a lesson in Aussie slang, and what competing at the World Juniors means for future Australian box lacrosse teams.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast so you never miss a show. You can stay up to date with the Canadian Lacrosse League on our website www.canadianlacrosseleague.com and on social media by following @CLLlacrosse on all platforms. 

Thank you for listening and enjoy the show! 

Support the show (https://shop.canadianlacrosseleague.com/)