Maracle scores twice in Rivermen debut

Six Nations Rivermen veteran Murray Porter shows that strong hustle as he looks to beat his KW opponent to a lose ball during what was a Saturday night win. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By: Neil Becker Sports Reporter A smiling Haodais Maracle couldn’t have asked for a better Six Nations Rivermen debut. After not being able to play lacrosse since suffering a lower body injury approximately 14 months ago Maracle made his presence known with a two-goal performance including the eventual game winner in what was a 6-4 win against the KW Velocity. “It feels good to be back,” Maracle said. “This is a great group of guys and good chemistry. We’re really gelling together.” Getting that early jump Six Nations showcased their dynamic offence as they got back to back first period goals from Danton Miller and Rayce Vyse less than three minutes apart which got the GPA fans celebrating a 2-0 lead. “They’re a fast team,” Maracle said. “They work hard…

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