Over the next 3 months Kinetic Six will be giving York University students, all from our sponsored University of York Lacrosse Club (UYLC), an opportunity to come down to our UK HQ, Phantom House. This will give them the opportunity to immerse themselves in the company, learn more about us at Kinetic Six and what we do and most importantly strengthen our relationship with them for the next year with hopefully another exciting season of sport.
In 2016, Kinetic Six began, what we hope to be a long partnership with University of York Lacrosse Club. After Two years this unique connection is ever-growing. The club remains one of the largest at York with over 200 members and introducing an already thriving 5th team (Women’s 3rd team). Thus, resulting in more students than ever getting involved in the club.
UYLC has managed to be nominated for both Roses club of the year 2017 and Men’s team of the year 2018, a fantastic success. As well as these team achievements other leadership roles have been won by previous club president Nathan Costin for his relentless hard work.
Over the last season the men’s 1st team have been virtually undefeated with a 49-goal lead mid-season – exactly why the nomination for team of the year was so deserved.
The ladies have seen some fantastic wins against various sides and have become the national 8 a side lacrosse champions at a recent tournament in Bristol, something to be very proud of!
This fantastic progression and expansion of the club is great to see and Kinetic Six hopes that with the summer project starting the relationship and sponsoring of the club can continue and another successful season will ensue.
Our Kinetic Six intern team for the next 3 months will be Katherine, 2nd year Politics and International relations undergraduate and future 1st team captain at York. Mack, 2nd year Environmental Geography student and another future 1st team captain. Isla, 2nd year Human geography and Environment undergraduate and finally Emma, 2nd year economics undergraduate.
Kinetic Six looks forward to giving the students the opportunity to see exactly what we do and how we do it, whilst also utilising the various skillsets that they will bring with them.
Author: Katherine Trantor – York Univeristy