SIX NATIONS Only one more win is needed to open the door to the Six Nations Chiefs’ hope to win three Mann Cups in a row, a feat they accomplished in the 1990’s.
CALGARY — If it wasn’t going to be the Six Nations Rebels winning its fifth straight national title, at least the Founders Cup is amongst family. The Akwesasne Indians completed the annual Jr. B lacrosse pinnacle series with a perfect 6-0 record to win the chalice for 2015.
SIX NATIONS — Game #2 of the best of seven Minto Cup Championship playoffs against the Coquitlam Adanacs was a thriller at the ILA Sunday night as the Arrows clawed back from a 6-5 second period deficit to even the series at a game apiece with a 9-8 overtime win.
SIX NATIONS — The Six Nations Arrows Express will get another shot at the Minto Cup and do so in front of a hometown Six Nations crowd at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena beginning Aug. 21, in a best of seven series against the Western Champions, the Coquitlam Adanacs.
SIX NATIONS — It’s going to be a Six Nations, Peterborough matchup again this year for the Major Series Sr. A Championship and another trip to the Mann Cup, played in BC this year.
The Six Nations Chiefs eliminated the Brampton Excelsiors four games to one Thursday night with a 12-6 win at the ILA.
Evan John from Oneida Nation of the Thames represented Windsor Legion at the Canadian Legion national track and field championships last week in Ste. Therese and Blainville, Quebec. He brought home a bronze medal in long jump with a leap of 6.15 meters, which came on his sixth and final jump.