Rebels dynamic offence on fire

Looking to plow his way through the Niagara Thunderhawks defence is Six Nations Rebels Waylon Abrams who scored a goal in what was another Friday night home win.(Photo by Neil Becker)

By: Neil Becker Sports Reporter It may still be early in the season but Six Nations Rebels fans are getting treated to a plethora of highlight reel goals. Following weekend action which started out with a Friday night 11-7 win at the ILA against a resilient Niagara Thunderhawks squad followed two days later by a 12-4 road win against the St. Catharines Spartans, Six Nations improved to 8-0 overall while sporting the league’s number one offence with 110 goals scored. After a slow start which saw Six Nations fall behind 2-0 before eventually scoring three first period goals from Waylon Abrams, Kobe Whitcomb and Gates Abrams, they broke things open in the second period with six goals as they turned what was a 4-3 deficit after one into a 10-3…

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