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It only took 50 seconds for Spain’s Luis Gonzalez to draw blood, but a relentless Denmark used a 6-0 run stretching from the middle of the second quarter through most of the third to overpower Spain 15-11 during the second day of Yellow Division play at the World Lacrosse Championships.

  Photo copyright (c) 2006 Tom McCrystal  
 

Spain’s Desiderio Gonzalez (21) works to take a face off from Denmark’s Martin Baadsgaard, Saturday, July 15, 2006. (Click for a larger version: 100K.) Gonzalez had 3 goals on the day.


 

 

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  Photo copyright (c) 2006 Tom McCrystal  
 

Denmark’s Eric Jorgensen (31) plays close defense against Spain’s Luis Gonzalez (5) during Denmark’s 15-11 win over Spain, Saturday, July 15, 2006. (Click for a larger version: 106K.) Gonzalez and Jorgensen had great performances on the game, as Gonzalez hit the goal 4 times; Jorgensen, who switched from defense to midfield for the day, scored twice.


 

 

  Photo copyright (c) 2006 Tom McCrystal  
 

Denmark’s Bo Bennekov (3) celebrates Denmark’s 15-11 win over Spain, Saturday, July 15, 2006. (Click for a larger version: 123K.)


 

 

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