Bomberry leads Haudenosaunee Nationals to bronze medal at World Lacrosse tournament

The Haundenosaunee Nations won the bronze medal at the World Lacrosse Super Sixes event held in Oshawa.

By Sam Laskaris Writer Three Six Nations members were part of a Haudenosaunee Nationals squad that captured a bronze medal at a World Lacrosse tournament. Tim Bomberry served as the head coach for the Haudenosaunee club that participated in the four-team World Lacrosse Super Sixes event, a three-day field lacrosse event which wrapped up on Sunday in Oshawa. The Six Nations side also included two players from Six Nations, Fawn Porter and Bomberry’s daughter Timmia. The Haudenosaunee club thumped Kenya 21-4 in Sunday’s bronze-medal contest. The United States edged Canada 8-7 in the gold-medal match, which was also held on Sunday. The Haudenosaunee team was the favourite heading into the battle for the bronze as it had defeated Kenya 14-6 in its round-robin game one day earlier. The Haudenosaunee squad,…

This content is for Yearly Subscription, Yearly Subscription – Corporate, and Print Subscription Only members only.
Log In Register

Add Your Voice

Is there more to this story? We'd like to hear from you about this or any other stories you think we should know about. Contribute your voice on our contribute page.