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  • Six Nations versus Six Nations at the GPA0

    OHSWEKEN – There was one thing for certain in the afternoon Pee Wee hockey game at the GPA Saturday. Six Nations was going to win. The Six Nations Pee Wee #1 team went up against their counterparts, the Six Nations Pee Wee #2 team in a head to head matchup, which was won 2-0 by the

  • Bantams lose 3-2 heartbreaker0

    OHSWEKEN – Last season’s Ontario Champions, the Six Nations Bantams, took it on the chin in their first official game of the new season as the visiting Norwich Knighthawks took the good side of a 3-2 game at the GPA, Sunday. But at the beginning of the 2012-13 season the Bantams had not peaked yet

  • Novice Reps drop first game0

    OHSWEKEN – For the Novice Reps, the new season began with a hick-up, losing 6-4 to the Norwich Knighthawks on Sunday afternoon at the Gaylord Powless Arena in Ohsweken. Six Nations fell behind 3-0 before getting it in gear with Shaylen Martins point shot from John Hill which found the bottom corner of the Norwich

  • SN Pee Wee’s crush Knighthawks 5-00

    OHSWEKEN – The Six Nations Pee Wee Reps left a 5-0 calling card in their season opener Sunday against Norwich. It was 2-0 after 20 minutes of play thanks to goals by Sandy Porter, unassisted, and Connor Smith from Isaiah Whitlow. Mason Hill added another early in the second period with a high wrist shot,

  • Most Outstanding Player0

    14 year old Mysti-Rayne Doxtador won the “Most Outstanding Player” award trophy for the 2013 baseball season. This being Mysti’s very first year of playing baseball, she also received an Honorable Mention for her endeavours while playing for the Six Nations Thunder peewee girls team. Mysti is eagerly waiting for the 2014 baseball season to

  • Bub’s Memorial Tournament keeps kids active in Tyendinaga0

    This weekend is the 3rd Annual Patty’s Boys (Bub Maracle’s Memorial) Ball Tournament at the Tyendinaga Sports Complex on York Rd. It is a fundraising ball tournament started by Bub Maracle for the Active Lifestyle Fund. Since Maracle’s passing, his family carries on the tournament in his memory. According to Maracle’s Aunt, Kat Brant, “Bub