Tiger-Cats winning games and working with Six Nations

New Elected Chief Mark Hill, Warrior Parks Owner Mike Hill, Former Elected Chief Ava Hill stand with Ti-Cats Quarterback Jeremiah Masoli and Running back Maleek Irons during a athletic camp hosted by the Ti-Cats Youth Movement at Tim Hortons Field. Masoli gave a $15,000 donation to the program. (Submitted Photo)

HAMILTON, ONT – On and off the field, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats have had an amazing season pilling up victories and helping inspire youth from the Six Nations alongside partners Warrior Park Athletics and LiUNA. Thanks in part to a $15,000 donation by Ti-Cats quarterback Jeremiah Masoli the grassroots Youth Movement program which sends Six Nations youth to Tiger-Cats games was able to continue for a second year. Director of the Youth Movement John Williams told Turtle Island News that 2019 was an amazing year for the program. “We’ve been able to grow the program and get some great partners like the Ti-Cats involved.” He said that the program started with ‘Field Day’ where they brought 50 kids from the Six Nations to McMaster University for a sport camp day. Williams…

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