Six Nations members among those part of historic lacrosse victories

The Haudenosaunee Nationals women’s lacrosse team had historic wins against England and Canada at its Super Sixes tournament in Oshawa.

By Sam Laskaris Writer Five Six Nations members were part of a history-making women’s lacrosse tournament. Local coach Tim Bomberry, an assistant coach for the Six Nations Chiefs of Major Series Lacrosse, served as the head coach for the Haudenosaune Nationals women’s squad, which participated in a three-team tournament that wrapped up on Sunday in Oshawa. The event, which also includes teams representing Canada and England, was the first World Lacrosse Super Sixes tournament staged in the country. Sixes is the newest discipline of lacrosse, which features six players per side playing on a field. The Haudenosaunee side at the Oshawa tourney featured Bomberry’s daughters Timmia and Tiana. The two other Six Nations members on the club were Fawn Porter and Kennedy Cooper. For starters, the three participating clubs played…

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