Iroquois take silver at World Indoor Lacrosse Championships

Iroquois Nationals goalie Warren Hill gets ready to make that big save during World Indoor Lacrosse Championships play at Langley B.C. (Photo By Vancouver Sports)

Iroquois Nationals once again finish runner ups By Neil Becker Sports Writer LANGLEY B.C.- Once again, the Iroquois Nationals are bringing home the silver from the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship competition after facing off with their biggest competitor, Team Canada. For a fifth straight year, since this tournament emerged in 2003, Canada and the Iroquois Nationals hit the arena floor in a head to head battle with Canada taking the gold Saturday, Sept., 28th in a 19-12 win at the Langley Events Centre. These two power houses faced-off with gold on the line and despite a five-goal effort from Iroquois Nationals Zed Williams, they fell short and it was Canada who lifted the Cockerton Cup. The Iroquois Nationals, who five days earlier lost a round robin game by a 19-12…

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