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Six Nations 2014 Lacrosse Champions Put the Finishing Touches on this Season

Six Nations Lacrosse Dream season

11/15/14 - In what might be a once in a lifetime dream season, Six Nations commemorated 3 Canadian Lacrosse Championships and 1 Provincial Championship inside the Six Nations Community Hall.

Chief Hill welcomed all the teams and families and those who brought out food to enjoy in the Community Potluck, noting lacrosse is something that unites our whole community and that Six Nations has 56 Six Nations members in the Ontario Lacrosse Hall of Fame and 13 in the Canadian Hall of Fame.

Master of Ceremonies for the banquet, Cam Bomberry then introduced the each of the four teams. The Six Nations Rebels first took the stage as 4 time defending Founders Cup Champions, Coach Murray Porter thanked his players with Jr. B Commissioner Dave Vernon in attendance to present Medals for their Championship.

Hall of Famer Oliver "Cap" Bomberry spoke of his teams success and how the strong Six Nations Minor System is producing talent second to none and through lacrosse the community is reaching unity.

The Six Nations Arrows winners of the Minto Cup announced by President Landon Miller they intend to pursue an Arrows Hall of Fame as Jr. A Commissioner Dean McCleod presented Johnny Powless with an MVP ring noting that Six Nations has 3 Jr. A MVP's - Cam Bomberry (MC), Cody Jamieson, and Johnny Powless.

Six Nations Chiefs President Duane Jacobs spoke of his team noting that truly it is a team effort from top to bottom naming his volunteers and those that support the Chiefs. President Jacobs then proceeded to present Cody Jamieson with a Seiko Watch as Chiefs MVP.

President Jacobs also made an important notice that he would like to see a common season pass created at a reasonable price that all Six Nations Sr. and Jr. teams would honour throughout the season as a means to ensure anyone who wants to watch their favorite team multiple pricing would not be a barrier.

As the event wound down, all teams received a commemorative plaque for the championship seasons.

On the next day inside the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena, Chief Ava Hill then presented the Rochester Knighthawks with a plaque commemorating the Six Nations connected players, coaches, and adminstration and team executive for their champioship season as well, many of whom were in attendance in the Community Hall the day prior.


 
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