Lady Snipers make lacrosse history!

Six Nations lady Snipers Lindsay John is all smiles as she takes the ceremonial face-off against the Paris River Wolves prior to what was their second exhibition game at the I.L.A. The lady Snipers exhibited plenty of fire power and determination as they won the opener by a 5-1 score before pulling off a tie in the second game. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By: Neil Becker Sports Reporter It was an exciting historic making moment as the Six Nations Lady Snipers lined up for that much anticipated very first Arena Lacrosse League women’s game. With a hard practice under their belts, Six Nations proved to be ready as they officially made history by hosting and winning the very first ALL women’s game by a 5-1 decision against the Paris River Wolves, before thrilling the ILA crowd even more when in what would be a dramatic rematch, they showed no quit in what was a 6-6 tie. “We played great today,” Snipers assistant coach Alisha Smith said about what were exhibition games. “It was our first game playing together and I thought we really learned about each other’s tendencies.” A few hours after that…

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