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  • Chiefs recognized by MSL for best season in years0

    Seven Six Nations Chiefs were singled out for individual awards by the 2013 Ontario Lacrosse Association Major Series season. Goalies Evan Kirk, Brandon Miller and Brenner Jacobs won the Harry Lumlet Award given to the goalies of the team that allows the fewest goals during the regular season. The terrific trio combined to allow a

  • Six Nations Rebels win 6th J. A. MacDonald Trophy0

    Six Nations Rebels won their 6th J. A. MacDonald Trophy Wednesday Night with a 7-5 win over Clarington Green Gaels. Front Row (L-R) 43- Jesse Johnson, 71-Chase Martin and 96-Doug Jamieson. 2nd Row – 10-Rhys Tansley, 52-Jordan MacKenzie, 12-Greg Longboat, 18-Jacob Bomberry, 21-Marcus Elvin, 14-Mitch Green, 9-Ian Martin, 27-Alexander Martin, 88-Daniel Bo Henhawk, Future Rebels-Jared

  • Rebels lose 1st game of the year0

    The Western Champion Six Nations Rebels went into Game #3 of their best-of-five  finals against the Eastern Division leaders, the Clarington Green Gaels, ahead two games to none in their hopes to get to the Founders Cup playoffs and a chance to take their third Cup Championship in as many years. Monday night the Rebels

  • Rivermen end season0

    Saturday night, Aug. 10, at the Bill Burgoin Arena, the inaugural season of the OLA Sr. B Six Nations Rivermen came to a premature end with a painfully close 10-9 loss in Game #3 of the best-of-five series against the St. Catharines Saint. After Saints’ Brad Favero scored the first of the game on a

  • One more step to the Big Show for the Chiefs0

    If finishing first place in the OLA Major Series represents the first hurdle in their bid for a return to former glory, the Six Nations Pro-Fit Chiefs cleared it easily with a 33 point regular season for 2013, seven points better than second place Peterborough. Last Thursday night, August 8, in Kitchener, the Chiefs barely

  • Heartbreaking loss for Arrows in the best series ever0

    After a first place finish in the OLA Jr A regular season, a 3-1 quarter final win over the Kitchener-Waterloo Braves, a 4-1 series win over the Peterborough Lakers in the semi-finals, and the scare of a skin disease spreading through the team which sidelined some of the teamsʼ star players for a few games,