CO-CAPTAINS 2019/20 – Jimmy Holt & Brin Kenyon

Wilmslow A Team – 2019/20 Season

Jimmy Holt
Bonjour, my name is James and I have played for wilmslow for the last 2
years, 1years at juniors (in-house joke)  and last year at Senior level.

I have played lacrosse since the age of 13 when I played the majority of my lacrosse at Ashton lactose Club, I’m currently a student at MMU where I also play lacrosse.

My main position is a goalkeeper even though I see myself as a midfielder.

This year I have been voted captain along with a good friend of mine Brin

Hope this year will be as successful as last year even though it will be tough
to follow on from a successful captain and a player such as Dan Green.


Brin Kenyon
I am Brin Kenyon, I play defence. I started playing lacrosse when I was 11 years old playing for a number of years before giving it up.

Before going to university I started playing again, during my time at the university of central Lancashire, I captained the team in 2 of my 3 years leading the men’s team to an undefeated league title and a cup semi final. During this time I represented north west development team at the nick kehoe tournament which was a great experience. I am fairly new to Wilmslow only being at the club a year but I was made to feel very welcome by soon settled in!


Massive thanks to Dan and his co-captains for a great season.

Wilmslow A Team – 2018/19 Season


CAPTAIN – Dan Green

Hi I am Dan Green, I have been at Wilmslow throughout all my lacrosse career, I am a family man but still find the time to play as much lacrosse as I can. I am looking forward to this new season.

Below are a few stats about myself.

•    1st team Captain at Wilmslow Lacrosse club in 1999, 2000, 2001, 2004 and 2016 seasons.

•    Captain of England in the 2006 World Championships in Ontario, Canada as well as representing England in the 2002 World Championships in Perth, Australia.

•    4 x Gold medal winner with England at Senior Men’s European Championships in 1999, 2000, 2004 and Captained England in winning the 2008 European Championships in Lahti, Finland.

•    Assistant Coach for the Senior England team competing in the World Championships 2010 in Manchester securing fifth in the World rankings.

•    Assistant Coach for the England U19 team who competed and successfully finished fourth at the 2008 World U19 Championships in Coquitlam, Canada.

Vice Captain
Colin Smith


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