Six Nations Junior A lacrosse squad looking to erase memories of disappointing 2022 season

By Sam Laskaris Writer The brass of the Six Nations Junior A Lacrosse club has plenty of reasons why it is keen to get the 2023 season going. The local squad had a rather disappointing season – especially by Six Nations standards – in 2022. The club managed to win just five of its 20 regular season outings. And it failed to qualify for its playoffs, finishing in ninth place in the standings of its 11-team Ontario Junior Lacrosse League. The top eight finishers advanced to post-season play. The Six Nations side began its preparations for the upcoming season when it staged a Christmas camp this past December. About 40 potential players for this year’s squad attended that session. “We had enough for two teams and we had enough for…

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