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Canada’s national sport recognized in Whitby

Canada’s national sport recognized in Whitby

WHITBY – As part of many festivities for Canada’s 150th, teams from Novice to Intermediate and Junior to Senior were invited to participate in Lacrosse Day on Saturday, June 17th as part of a celebration recognizing Canada’s National Sport at the Iroquois Park. The Iroquois Park hosted games on all four pads and outdoor field,

WHITBY – As part of many festivities for Canada’s 150th, teams from Novice to Intermediate and Junior to Senior were invited to participate in Lacrosse Day on Saturday, June 17th as part of a celebration recognizing Canada’s National Sport at the Iroquois Park.

The Iroquois Park hosted games on all four pads and outdoor field, with teams from all over Ontario including boys and girls minor teams from Six Nations, and the Junior ‘A’ Arrows.

As the minor teams participated in exhibitionary games throughout the day, the Arrows took home a sleek win versus the Whitby Warriors 11-5.

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