The aim is to:
honour those who have made a very positive contribution to Lacrosse Scotland over more than a decade as a player, coach, umpire/official or a contributor. (A contributor may be someone who has combined one or more of these roles.)
The Lacrosse Scotland Hall of Fame was launched in 2013, the Women’s International Centenary year, by rewarding an initial group of Pioneers and Legends who were involved with the start of lacrosse in Scotland and subsequent growth and development of lacrosse. This provided gravitas to the Hall of Fame and their inclusion reflects the long tradition of the game in Scotland.
The intention is to add one, or occasionally two people, to the Lacrosse Scotland Hall of Fame on an annual basis.
How to nominate someone
If you wish to nominate someone for the Hall of Fame :
- Check the person concerned meets the criteria
- Make sure that person is willing to be nominated
- Complete the online nomination form and return it to Jane Claydon
Nominations must be received by the 1st of March each year and information from any candidates by the 1st of April each year.
The Lacrosse Scotland Hall of Fame member(s) will be formally announced at the Lacrosse Scotland AGM and a presentation made that day.