Six Nations Novice 1 showing strong potential

The Six Nations Novice 1 squad gave the G.P.A. fans lots to cheer about during what was a hard luck loss against Burlington 2. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Writer There is a lot of exciting potential on this yearís Six Nations Novice 1 lacrosse squad. Shortly after experiencing their first regular season loss, which was a 5-3 home defeat against Burlington 2, co-coach Cam Bomberry expressed excitement about his teams” overall capabilities. “We are three games in and our record is 1-1-1, so with that I like that our boys are slowly absorbing the repetitive process of improvement and building off the basics,” Bomberry said. “And, they’re all just good kids, which is the other benefit of learning through sport.” Pressing for the game’s opening goal, Six Nations manufactured several first period chances but came up empty. With under five minutes remaining in the first, Six Nations generated arguably their best chances as Zander…

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