Field Hockey or Lacrosse
No Field Hockey balls are too hard and are not bouncy enough for lacrosse.
they r on a field
hockey & lacrosse
No, lacrosse balls are smaller than field hockey balls. In addition, lacrosse balls are made with a hard, foam like material; while field hockey balls are made with hard plastic.
No, lacrosse is not the same thing as field hockey. In field hockey you use a stick with a curved base on the ground and hit it to your team mate, or you can dribble it up the field. The goal in field hockey is much bigger than a lacrosse goal. In lacrosse you throw and catch a ball using a stick with a net and you can run with the ball in you stick. Lacrosse is a much faster paced game too. In lacrosse you wear eye protection and a mouth guard, in field hockey you wear shin guards and a mouth guard. Both sports are really fun.
lacrosse and field hockey
lacrosse uses a round ball-hockey uses a puck lacrosse is played on a field-hockey is played on ice lacrosse players wear cleats-hockey players wear skates lacrosse sticks have a head and mesh on the end-hockey sticks dont
I would say field hockey or lacrosse are probably the closest to ice hockey.
Ice hockey (like both, being a hockey variant and very rough), association football (similar tactics to hockey) and American football (highly physical sport like lacrosse). The sport of Hurling http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hurling is popular in Ireland and has clear similarities with field hockey and lacrosse.
they are related because there is field lacrosse and field hockey which are both played on fields. The object of the game is the same score the most goals by the end of the game to win. In both sports there is body checking.
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They provide padding for the hands of the players. Boy's lacrosse glove allow the best flexibility and comfort for the player's hands. -from a indoor field hockey player
no the are completely different in every way, if you were going to compare any thing to field hockey it would be on ground lacrosse
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It makes it easier to determine who the players are on the field
Lacrosse has two differing styles of play; box lacrosse, played in an arena similar to a hockey rink, and field lacrosse, which is played in an open and unrestricted field. __________________________________________________________________ Many sports have aspects of them that are similar to lacrosse, although they are all quite different - except for pop lacrosse, which is often played in schools as it's easier and safer (plastic sticks, ball is like a whiffle ball) or lakross in the Czech Republic, which is played with small metal sticks about 40 inches long. Other than that, I live in Germany and describe it as field hockey in the air. The sport of Hurling http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hurling is popular in Ireland and has clear similarities with lacrosse.
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yes you can wear hockey elbow pads for lacrosse
Lacrosse is alot like hockey so during the summer all the hockey players switch to lacrosse
Ice hockey and field lacrosse are Canada's two official sports.
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