Louise Rankin

2 May 2019

Louise Rankin was involved with Scottish Lacrosse from 1938 onwards. When matches resumed after the war Louise was one of the more experienced players. She Captained Scotland and was a member of the 1954 GB team which toured the USA. She was Chairman of Selectors in the 1960s. Louise was President of the SLLA and later, in 1974, Honorary President of the SLLA.

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