Arrows drop regular season finale

Six Nations Arrows power forward Tehoka Nanticoke gets ready to take that power shot during what was a regular season finale loss at the ILA against the Toronto Beaches. (Photo By Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports News With the regular season now complete, it’s safe to say that the first place Six Nations Arrows are eagerly anticipating the ride  to the Minto Cup.Six Nations, who will begin first round playoff action at the ILA on Sunday, July 16th at 7 p.m. against an opponent still to be determined, closed out their regular season at home with a disappointing 10-9 loss against the Toronto Beaches. However to be fair Six Nations were coming off a grueling 13-8 win the night before in St. Catharines and were resting a handful of players including leading scorer Austin Staats. “We just didn’t play with a full amount of effort like we have been all year,” Arrows’ Brayden Hill said afterwards. “It was a really upsetting atmosphere…

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