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Ireland stood in for Sweden at the ELF European Championships in Cardiff, Wales in 2001, entering their first International Lacrosse tournament in the process, although the matches went to form and the team lost all five group matches and the 5th place playoff to hosts Wales. Germany won the Final 16-8 against England, rattling off 8 unanswered second-half goals, which England failed to recover from.
 Activity Workshop (2018) Euro Cup 2001 [Internet] Available from: https://activityworkshop.net/lacrosse/eurocup01.html [Accessed 12 January 2018]
Thanks to Cillian Murphy (Ireland Lacrosse Commissioner)
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