Demise of pro league could translate into return of Snipers’ players

By Sam Laskaris Writer The Six Nations Snipers could have a drastically different lineup in the coming weeks. Or a roster of players that more closely resembles the one that captured its Arena Lacrosse League (ALL) title this past April. The Snipers are currently sporting a 2-3 record this season. That’s in large part because the Snipers are a rookie-laden squad since the majority of players who were with the squad last year began this season in the new Professional Box Lacrosse Association, a nine-team circuit based in the United States. But it was announced on Monday night that the PBLA, which began its regular season in late December, would be halting its operations effective immediately. “We made a difficult decision to postpone the remainder of the inaugural season,” said…

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