Six Nations Snipers lose heartbreaker

Six Nations Snipers Josh Miller gets ready to sprint past the Paris defender during what was a tough to swallow loss at the ILA against the Paris River Wolves. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Reporter Without a doubt this was a tough loss for the Six Nations Snipers to swallow. Riding the wave of a two game winning streak, Six Nations couldn’t quite extend it to three as they surrendered consecutive goals in the game’s final four minutes of a 13-12 home loss against the Paris River Wolves. Playing at the ILA, what made the loss so tough was the game winning goal came with only four seconds remaining in regulation time. “I feel like our offense played well and so did our defence,” Snipers Tyler Brown said. “Our movement was good. We made good shots, our goalie Jake Lazore played lights out again. Brown, who had a five point game and was named second star added, “The goal at…

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