Six Nations Snipers swept in weekend action

Six Nations Snipers Dalton Hill gets ready to make that crucial defensive play during weekend action at the I.L.A. against what was a tough and resilient St. Catharines Shockwave team. ( Photo by Neil Becker)

By: Neil Becker Sports Reporter Despite not getting those valuable weekend points, there is absolutely no panic coming from the Six Nations Snipers club. Looking to build on their 9-7 road win against the Peterborough Timberman, Six Nations who find themselves sitting last in the Arena Lacrosse League overall standings, gave the I.L.A. fans reason to cheer when playing that final home game in February, Ian Martin scored with only two seconds left to tie the game 13-13 before the St. Catharines Shockwave prevailed in overtime for a 14-13 win. Striving to rebound 24 hours later, Six Nations were in Oshawa where they got a four point ( three goals and one assist) performance from forward Craig Point but it wasn’t quite enough as they tied things up 9-9 on…

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