2021 may be Chiefs last season

The summer of 2021 could potentially be the last season in Six Nations for the Chiefs. (Photo by Darryl Smart)

By Josh Giles Writer Major Series Lacrosse (MSL) has been a mainstay for top level men’s lacrosse for years, and for nearly three decades, the Six Nations Chiefs have been a staple on the Mann Cup scene. But after 2021 that may not be the case. Barring the cancelation of this past season, and other hurdles to overcome, the Chiefs have taken a very serious look at moving the team. But team General Manager Duane Jacobs, believes very firmly that they can still make it work. “I don’t believe it will be our final season here,” he told Turtle Island News. “But we have a lot of things that need to get done.” COVID-19 absolutely took a number on the organization in order to stay sustained, but that is just…

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