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  • Rebels exact sweet revenge — sweep Northmen to await Elora

    Rebels exact sweet revenge — sweep Northmen to await Elora0

    SIX NATIONS — Last season at around this time, the Six Nations Rebels, who had a great regular season and favourites to retake the Founders Cup, suddenly collapsed in the playoffs against the Orangeville Northmen., who went on to win the National Jr. B title. But the Six Nations Rebels dispatched the 2017 Founders Cup

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  • Hopes are high for defending champions

    Hopes are high for defending champions0

    SIX NATIONS — As they earned bronze in the Summer Shoot Out Tournament hosted by Six Nations Minor Lacrosse two weeks ago, the Six Nations Girls Intermediate Warriors are likely headed to provincials as defending ‘A’ champi-ons. An interview with current Team Captain Fawn Porter, who has played since the age of eight and has

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  • Arrows beat Braves to face A’s in first round

    Arrows beat Braves to face A’s in first round0

    SIX NATIONS — With some of their star players off with the Iroquois Nationals to the World Lacrosse Championships, the Six Nations Arrows closed out the regular season schedule with two wins, 13-10, Sunday over the Kitchener Waterloo Braves after a 16-4 win over the last place Barrie Lakeshores, Friday night in Barrie. Those four

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  • Deja vu – I-Nats blocked from World Games again

    Deja vu – I-Nats blocked from World Games again0

    SIX NATIONS — Once again, Haudenosaunee passport issues have blocked the Iroquois Nationals from participating in the World Lacrosse Championships, as happened in 2010. They were to leave Toronto Tuesday as a team for Israel where this year’s games are to be held for the first time. After being delayed at Person air-port, they decided,

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  • Chiefs wrestle with Kodiaks for a victory

    Chiefs wrestle with Kodiaks for a victory0

    SIX NATIONS — The Iroquois Lacrosse Arena hosted a great evening of lacrosse last Tuesday as the Chiefs met with the Cobourg Kodiaks (formerly Kitchener-Waterloo Kodiaks). A rough game with a lot of back and forth packed the stands with spectators and the floor was full of hostility from the first period onward. Three minutes

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  • The game that almost got away – Rebels sweep Spartans

    The game that almost got away – Rebels sweep Spartans0

    SIX NATIONS — The Six Nations Rebels opened a 6-0 lead at one point in Friday night’s Game no. 3 of the best-of -five Jr. B playoffs, first round against the visiting St. Catharines Spartans. They eventually got the 12-9 win but only after surviving probably the worst period of the entire season. The Rebels

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