Snipers drop season opener

In what was a momentum swinging tense physical affair, the Six Nations Snipers provided lots of strong excitement in what was a tense and physical 13-12 regular season opening loss against the St. Catharines ShockWave. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By: Neil Becker Sports Reporter There is strong optimism coming from the Six Nations Snipers camp that this could be a magical campaign. Coming off a tough semi-finals loss, Six Nations, who boast an explosive offensive line-up with the likes of Layne Smith, Danton Miller, Craig Point and Wayne Vanevery to name a few, didn’t see their Arena Lacrosse League season opener go as planned as they dropped a 13-12 decision against the St. Catharines ShockWave. “We came close last year and we have a talented team,” Miller said. “We never think we’re going to lose and we always compete. We have some of our core guys back and some that haven’t returned but I believe we will have a good season.” With only one practice under their belt, Six…

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