Six Nations Chiefs suffer disappointment in Mann Cup run

The Six Nations Chiefs ended their Mann Cup run after a loss to the Peterborough Lakers. (Photo by Neil Becker).

By Neil Becker Writer The Mann Cup will not be coming back to Six Nations this year. Looking to recapture that 2016 glory of hoisting the Mann Cup, the Six Nations Chiefs fell short following a 14-6 MSL Championship Game 6 loss to the Peterborough Lakers. “We felt good. We felt ready. What are you going to do? It’s over and done with. It’s disappointing. It is what it is,” Chiefs coach Rich Kilgour said Thursday, August 29th at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena (ILA) moments after being eliminated. The Chiefs played Peterborough for the sixth time during an eight year span in the best of seven Major Series Lacrosse (MSL) championship finals. The Chiefs got off to a strong start winning the series first two games. The series kicked off…

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