Chiefs select four players in Major Series Lacrosse Entry Draft

Six Nations Chiefs’ general manager Duane Jacobs selected four players at the Major Series Lacrosse Entry Draft on Sunday. ( Pic courtesy Six Nations Chiefs )

By Sam Laskaris Writer The Six Nations Chiefs have added some new faces to their organization. The local squad selected four players in the Major Series Lacrosse (MSL) Entry Draft, which was held this past Saturday. The five-round draft, which saw a total of 30 players chosen, was held at the Toronto Rock Athletic Centre in Oakville. The facility is home to the MSL’s Oakville Rock, which has chosen to sit out a second consecutive season in 2023. It is believed the Rock brass opted to not have an MSL squad once again this year so it could concentrate on its Senior B franchise, also named the Oakville Rock. That Ontario Series Lacrosse club will host the Presidents Cup, the national Senior B tournament this coming August. While the Rock…

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