Six Nations Snipers come up short

Six Nations Snipers Kessler Doolittle showcases that speed as he gets set to make that crucial play during Saturday night action at the I.L.A. against the Toronto Monarchs. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By: Neil Becker Sports Reporter You can bet that the Six Nations Snipers were looking to make a loud statement. With memories of last season’s 14-11 semi finals playoff loss against the Toronto Monarchs still lingering, Six Nations were looking for some early season payback but things didn’t go according to plan as they dropped what was a hard fought 20-17 decision. “We were playing well as a team and playing some solid defence,” Snipers forward Layne Smith said. “They don’t give up and have a solid defence.” That Monarchs tenacity was on full display as after the Snipers got goals from Danton Miller, Quinn Powless, Craig Point and Cecil Monture, they responded with six straight goals in taking a 6-4 early second quarter lead. “We can focus more on…

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