SNMLA has found success through their house league

By Josh Giles Writer The Six Nations Minor Lacrosse Association (SNMLA) has worked tirelessly throughout the months to get minor lacrosse back to Six Nations, and have finally seen the fruits of their labour this past month. Entering the fourth weekend, with a packed parking lot outside of the GPA, minor lacrosse has come back in full swing. SNMLA President Cubb McNaughton spoke with Turtle Island News, and is thrilled that lacrosse is back. “It’s been nice to see everybody out and to see lacrosse being played. I think everyone got sick of playing inside,” he said. With so many people turning out in support, McNaughton spoke on how they’re doing their best to keep everyone safe in the large field. “There’s about 400 players total from paperweight all the…

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