Kilgour returning to Chiefs’ bench as assistant coach

By Sam Laskaris Writer A seven-time Mann Cup champion is returning to the Six Nations Chiefs’ fold in an attempt to help the local lacrosse squad capture back-to-back national titles. It was announced on Monday that Rich Kilgour, a former Chiefs’ player who also served as the head coach of the Six Nations club from 2010-19, has agreed to rejoin the team as an assistant coach. “I just want to be part of a team and contribute,” he said. Kilgour will primarily work with the Chiefs’ defensive players, a role that had been filled last year by assistant coach Joey Cupido. Cupido had joined the Chiefs’ coaching staff as he was recuperating from an injury. But he is expected to resume his Major Series Lacrosse (MSL) playing career this year….

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