Warriors experience heartbreak playoff defeat

Six Nations Warriors AP Ty Cowan gets ready to celebrate one of his two goals that he scored during what was for him a four point night in what was a crushing 13-11 series loss against the Wilmot Wild. (Photos by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Reporter They may have fallen short of achieving that ultimate goal, but it was still a heck of a season full of great accomplishment for the Six Nations Junior ‘C’ Warriors. Following a solid regular season campaign which saw them win 12 of 16 games and finish third, one point behind the defending Meredith Cup champions from Brantford and two behind the West Division leaders Milmot Wild, it was onto the playoffs as Six Nations had some strong momentum as they began that serious quest of making franchise history by becoming the first Warriors team to bring home the Meredith Cup. After successfully taking that first giant step towards that goal by sweeping away the Mimico Mountaineers in round one, Six Nations found themselves facing round…

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