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The Duesseldorf Antlers hosted the annual playoffs last weekend, in which the eight best German lacrosse teams competed against each other to qualify for the National Championship, the Deutsche Meisterschaft.

Especially the southern league surprised the German lacrosse community by sending two teams, one from Stuttgart , the other one from Munich to the DM. Also the FC Inde Hahn from Aachen (western league) and the host of the famous Berlin Open, the Berlin Lacrosse Club BLAX (eastern league) were able to win their respective game to qualify for the DM.

Now all four teams will have two weeks time to bring their game to perfection until they fight each other on the battle field of lacrosse to win the great trophy of the German lacrosse champion this year.

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In the Western German Lacrosse League the second half of the season started with a highlight. On the 14th of March the Duesseldorf Antlers, ranked place 2, hosted the fourth ranked Cologne Indians.

Under floodlight at the Duesseldorfer Sport-Club 1899 facility, the home team had the better start.

The third quarter shootout started with the German National Player Florian Kriependorf who scored the 1-0.

Until the 4. Quarter the Antlers overran the guest form the “Domstadt” and put a 10-0 on the scoreboard. With goals from national team players Lorenz Lehmhaus, Sebastian Trischler and Dominique Nebreklijevic.

With the start of the last quarter the Antlers shifted one gear back and let the Indians get better into the game. They used the chance and scored twice, before the Antlers finished the great derby with 2 goals by Ansgar Schaefersbirken.

The Antlers will now host on the 28th of march the unranked Marburg Saints. Only 4 games left until the Antlers will be participate second time in the row on the German Championship Playoffs

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by Julian Lübke

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