Rebels Layne Smith wins MVP honours

Rebels veteran forward Layne Smith, who made some franchise history this past season took home the Ross Powless Memorial Trophy, and Junior ‘B’ Western Division MVP honours. (Photos by Neil Becker) ( Photo by Neil Becker)

By: Neil Becker Sports Reporter It was a season of true dominance for Six Nations Rebels power forward Layne Smith who continuously thrilled lacrosse fans with his record setting scoring exploits. Cheered on by his legion of fans, many of them bringing those home-made #17 signs to the ILA, Smith didn’t disappoint as he scored 72 goals and led the team with 112 points which most recently played a huge roll in him experiencing the thrill of winning the Ross Powless Memorial Trophy for Most Valuable Player of the Year along with Junior ‘B’ Western Division MVP at the recently held Six Nations Rebels banquet. “It’s pretty exciting,” Smith said moments after receiving the awards. “It’s a better feeling having family here to see it.” Smith, who isn’t sure of…

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