SIX NATIONS — The Wilmott Wild were anxiously awaiting the outcome of the battle of the Warriors in Jr. C lacrosse playoff action after flattening the Fergus Thistles in three straight games. Brantford and Six Nations are tied in a frantic race for supremacy, ties at one game appease.
Brantford won game no.1 by a one goal margin, 10-9, at the Gretzky Centre and then lost a 10-6 decision at the ILA, Saturday afternoon in Game no.2.
Monday night, Brantford hosted Six Nations for Game no.3 and took a 2-1 advantage in games after Brantford nosed out Six Nations 11-10.
The Six Nations Warriors took a 4-2 first period lead but could not keep the pressure on Brantford who chipped away outscoring Six Nations 3-2 in the period for a two-period score of 6-5 for Six Nations.
Brantford got a second wind of energy and commanded the third period out-scoring Six Nations 5-3 for a 10-9 Brantford victory. With Six Nations facing elimination, Wednesday’s Game no. 4 will be back at the ILA, for a 7 pm start.