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  • Washington Capitals haven’t stopped the party

    Washington Capitals haven’t stopped the party0

    WASHINGTON — The Washington Capitals, now Stanley Cup Champions, were welcomed with a celebratory parade that travelled down Constitution Avenue Tuesday morning as they brought the city’s first major four pro-sports championship in 26 years. Joined by four F-16 Fighting Falcons who performed a flyover 25 minutes in, with season ticket holders that have remained

  • Hall of Fame to induct Bill Squire

    Hall of Fame to induct Bill Squire0

    NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.. — The Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame announced its pride in the 2018 class of inductees which includes Jim Lynch, veteran Jim Squires and now deceased Bill Squire of Six Nations. Squire, who had an outstanding 18 year-long career in Senior ‘A’ and ‘B,’ played for Ohsweken, Brantford, Detroit, Six Nations, the

  • Chiefs begin quest for Mann Cup

    Chiefs begin quest for Mann Cup0

    SIX NATIONS — Saturday, June 2nd, the 2018 edition Six Nations Major Series Chiefs will make their debut in front of a home crowd at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena at 7 pm, against the Coburg Kodiaks. Further on down the road, Tuesday, June 5th, the Chiefs will host the Peterborough Lakers at 8 pm, at

  • Girls Intermediate Warriors win at home

    Girls Intermediate Warriors win at home0

    SIX NATIONS — Defending Ontario Provincial ‘A’ Champions, the Six Nations Intermediate Girls Box Lacrosse team hit the floor at the Gaylord Powless Arena on Monday night to take on the Simcoe Timber Wolves, a new intermediate level team. Although the loss of veterans and some shaky new legs has changed the Warriors, their first

  • Rebels clinch divisional title

    Rebels clinch divisional title0

    SIX NATIONS — The Six Nations Rebels have clinched the South West Divisional title after another successful weekend for the  powerful seven-time Founders Cup winning Jr. B lacrosse franchise. After 17 games played, the Rebels are 16-0-1. It was a very busy weekend around the league as teams jockey for playoff positioning with 20 teams in action Sunday alone,

  • Rivermen coming on strong to take first place

    Rivermen coming on strong to take first place0

    SIX NATIONS — It took a huge third period for the league-leading Six Nations Sr. B Rivermen to slip past the Brooklin Merchants at the Donevan Recreational Complex, June 2nd. In the end, Brendan Muise scored the game-winner from Rayce Vyse and Marcus Elvin at 18:50 if the third square to break an 11-11 tie for the Rivermen win.

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