Halifax Thunderbirds win first game in team history

Thunderbirds goalie Warren Hill and team captain Cody Jamieson celebrate winning their inaugural game. (Photo Submitted)

By Josh Giles Sports Reporter HALIFAX-Saturday was a big day for the Halifax Thunderbirds and Six Nations lacrosse players alike. The Thunderbirds played their first game of the season at home and came away with their first win in team history, all while doing it in commanding fashion. Winning 12-4, it was an impressive performance for Halifax, but more importantly for team goalie Warren Hill who went 40/44 allowing another expansion team, the New York Riptide to score very little. Hill doesn’t want all the credit to go to him but to his team, as he told Turtle Island News, “The defense really helped me out so I could have a successful game.” But this isn’t just a win for the Thunderbirds, it’s a win for Six Nations Lacrosse. The…

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