No sweeping it under the rug, Iroquois Nationals address incident from WSYL

The Iroquois Nationals are facing discrimination again during the World Series of Youth Lacrosse.

By Josh Giles Writer It’s been a year since the Iroquois Nationals were told that they weren’t allowed to compete in the Birmingham World Games. That quickly changed with a whirlwind of support from the lacrosse community. But it appears that there is still plenty of work to do as they addressed an incident which happened at the World Series of Youth Lacrosse. Although the incident isn’t exactly specified, Inside Lacrosse believes it to be an opposing team’s parent yelling at the Iroquois Nationals team and telling them that they don’t belong there. This may or may not be the incident, but we do know that something went on. The Iroquois Nationals made a statement about the incident. “After careful and detailed review we stand behind the players and families…

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