Chiefs make changes to roster in quest to win another Mann Cup championship

The Six Nations Chiefs, the defending Mann Cup champs, have made some noteworthy personnel changes in the hopes of winning another national title this year.

By Sam Laskaris Writer Here’s a scary thought for opponents of the Six Nations Chiefs, the defending national Mann Cup champions. “I would say it’s going to be a deeper team this year,” Duane (Dewey) Jacobs, the Chiefs’ president, general manager and assistant coach said of the club on Monday, exactly a week before the local squad commences its 2024 regular season. The Chiefs will kick off their Major Series Lacrosse (MSL) campaign this coming Monday with a home contest against the Owen Sound North Stars. The opening faceoff at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena is scheduled for 8 p.m. After capturing the Ontario-based MSL title last summer, the Six Nations club travelled to British Columbia this past September to square off against the Western Lacrosse Association champion New Westminster Salmonbellies….

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