Snipers’ brass upset they can’t add former players who toiled in pro league this season

By Sam Laskaris Writer The Six Nations Snipers suffered yet another loss on the floor on Sunday. But it was an off-floor setback the following night that could end up having a much more significant impact on the Snipers’ fortunes this season. The Six Nations squad is currently sporting a 2-4 record this year, following its 19-12 loss against the visiting Oshawa Outlaws in Sunday’s Arena Lacrosse League (ALL) contest staged at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena in Hagersville. The Snipers were hoping to add as many as 12 players who had helped the club win the ALL championship last April to their roster for the remainder of this season. A total of 16 players from that winning squad ended up started the season with the new Professional Box Lacrosse Association…

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