Arrows file legal action against Ontario Lacrosse Association, its junior A league

By John Chidley-Hill in Toronto. SIX NATIONS OF THE GRAND RIVER, ONTARIO – A lacrosse team in Six Nations of the Grand River has gone to court in an attempt to secure exclusive rights for a junior A lacrosse franchise in the community. The Six Nations Arrows Lacrosse Association – which is part of a group trying to form a new league – has launched its legal action against the Ontario Junior A Lacrosse League and its umbrella organization, the Ontario Lacrosse Association. The Arrows allege the OLA and the OJALL acted improperly once the team announced its intention to join the upstart league. Legal documents show that the Arrows are looking to block the OJALL and the OLA from creating another Six Nations junior A lacrosse team. The Arrows…

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