Gillespie Sports Cricket Nets & Pitch: Video | Photo Gallery
Game vs. GLC: Highlights
Aboriginal Cultural Experience: Video
Today was chock-full of activities as we opened the morning with a cricket lesson, competed in our second game of our Australian tour and wrapped the evening with an Aboriginal cultural experience.
Game vs. BLC: Highlights | Photo Gallery
On our fifth day in Australia the team got the opportunity to spend a few hours at the iconic Cleland Wildlife Park in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia. After the park excursion the squad played its first of four games while on its Australian tour against the Brighton Lacrosse Club and enjoyed a post-game barbecue with the team.
G'day, mates and Happy New Year!
We opened 2014 with an early three-hour flight from Cairns to Adelaide as we began the second leg of our Australian tour. After arriving the team had lunch and got the chance to walk around and explore the city in which it will remain for the next five days.
Video | Photo Gallery
G'day, mates! Today the team was afforded the experience of a lifetime as we swam and snorkeled at the incredible Great Barrier Reef - the world's largest coral reef system at the edge of Australia's Continental Shelf that stretches roughly the equivalent from New York to Florida. We could not have asked for a more perfect day as the sky was clear, the sun was plentiful and the water was calm and crystal blue.
Photo Gallery | Video: Our first look at Cairns
G'day, mates! After three flights and 20+ hours in the air, we have finally arrived in Cairns for the first leg of our 12-day Australian tour. The team gathered in Dallas on Friday, Dec. 27 and boarded a flight to Brisbane, Australia which landed on the morning of Sunday, Dec. 29 and then hopped on the final plane to Cairns. It was strange to completely skip Dec. 28th while in flight, but everyone is quickly adjusting to the date and time change. Once we arrived to The Hotel Cairns everyone had free time to walk around, grab lunch and check out the local area, which included a large swimming pool overlooking the lagoon, Aboriginal shops, a Great War memorial and several local eateries to name a few.