24 Nov 2013

Thailand Lacrosse Association Development Clinic

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(Bangkok, Thailand) Below are development photos from the first ever lacrosse clinic at the college level in Thailand, conducted by Thailand Lacrosse Association (TLA).

TLA partnered up with Chulalongkorn (Chula) University in Bangkok and conducted a lacrosse clinic for its students.

TLA donated lacrosse sticks, planned for the additional equipment to kick start the program, set up foundation for a club, and created a Varsity program for Chula.

The first clinic was very well received, just as with the TLA’s presentation of lacrosse the previous week.

TLA plans to come to Chula to help coach once a week besides Chula’s optional practices for the students. (Photos: Nok Nokkie)

—TLA Staff | republished with permission
 

Photos from the Clinic

See all the photos from the original post on the TLA Blog at LaxAllStars:
TLA Development Clinic at Chulalongkorn University

 

Related Links:

Thailand Lacrosse Association
Thailand Lacrosse Association Blog at LaxAllStars
LaxAllStars

 

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