Six Nations Chiefs promote Tavares to head coaching duties

By Sam Laskaris Writer Six Nations Chiefs’ president and general manager Duane Jacobs decided now was the time to find a new head coach for the Major Series Lacrosse (MSL) club. So, Jacobs, who was also serving the role as the team’s bench boss, decided to step down and promote the club’s offensive coach John Tavares to head coach. The Chiefs officially announced the move on Monday. But Tavares, who is nicknamed JT and is one of the top box lacrosse players in history, said Jacobs approached him about a month ago about the idea of taking on the Chiefs’ head coaching duties. “He asked me to do it and I wanted to think about it,” Tavares said. Tavares is also in his seventh season of being on the coaching…

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