Minto Cup: Orangeville Opens Round Robin Play Strong

Day one of round robin play at the Minto Cup is in the books as the Orangeville Northmen and Coquitlam Adanacs got the tournament started with wins.  On day one, both Orangeville and Coquitlam got wins but it was Orangeville who made the biggest splash. Orangeville steamrolled Victoria from the beginning and never looked back, … Continue reading Minto Cup: Orangeville Opens Round Robin Play Strong

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Founders’ Cup: Six Nations And Calgary Continue To Dominate, Seneca Secures First Win

  Through four days of round robin play at the Founders' Cup, the Six Nations Rebels and Calgary Shamrocks remain the two teams left unbeaten. Once again, Both teams secured wins by pretty significant margins on Friday.  Also on Friday, the Seneca WarChiefs secured their first win of the tournament as they faced the North … Continue reading Founders’ Cup: Six Nations And Calgary Continue To Dominate, Seneca Secures First Win

Founders’ Cup: Calgary And Six Nations Remain On Top

Day three of the 2019 Founders' Cup is in the books and only two days of round robin play remain. Through three days of play, the Calgary Shamrocks and Six Nations Rebels are the only two teams that still remain unbeaten.  Calgary Shamrocks 12, North Shore Kodiaks 5 The Calgary Shamrocks used a second period … Continue reading Founders’ Cup: Calgary And Six Nations Remain On Top

Founders’ Cup: Calgary, Manitoba, Six Nations Stay Perfect

Through the first two days of play at the 2019 Founders' Cup, the Calgary Shamrocks, Manitoba Blizzard, and Six Nations Rebels are all still undefeated with 2-0 records. On day two of the Founders' Cup there were certainly much better games than there were on day one. The last two games of the day were … Continue reading Founders’ Cup: Calgary, Manitoba, Six Nations Stay Perfect

Founders’ Cup: Blowouts Highlight Day One

The 2019 Founders' Cup got under way in Winnipeg, Manitoba on Tuesday with four games being played throughout the day. With the exception of the final game of the day, they were all blowouts as the first three games saw double-digit margin of victories.  Six Nations Rebels 15, North Shore Kodiaks 4 In the first … Continue reading Founders’ Cup: Blowouts Highlight Day One

WJLC: Canada Defeats Iroquois To Capture Second-Straight Gold Medal

Canada defeated Iroquois 13-10 in the WJLC championship game on Sunday night to capture their second-straight Gold Medal. It was a game of runs with both Canada and Iroquois going back-and-forth all game Canada was able to hold on after a few big runs to secure the win and capture gold.  The game started with … Continue reading WJLC: Canada Defeats Iroquois To Capture Second-Straight Gold Medal

WJLC: Canada And Iroquois To Faceoff In Championship Game

After Saturday's semifinal games, Canada and Iroquois have advanced to the championship game on Sunday. On Saturday, Canada took down Israel and Iroquois took down USA to advance to the championship. This will be the second straight year that Canada and Iroquois will face each other in the championship game. With the talent on both … Continue reading WJLC: Canada And Iroquois To Faceoff In Championship Game

WJLC: Israel and USA Advance To Semifinals

Following the first day of bracket play at the 2019 World Junior Lacrosse Championship (WJLC) in Hamilton, Ontario, Israel and the USA have advanced to the semifinals on Saturday.  Israel defeated Poland on Friday night in the quarterfinals to move onto Saturday's semifinals where they will face Canada, a team they lost 16-2 against in … Continue reading WJLC: Israel and USA Advance To Semifinals

WJLC: Canada, Iroquois End Pool Play On Top

After the first two days of competition at the World Junior Lacrosse Championship, Canada and Iroquois sit atop their respective pools. Canada sits at first in Pool A with a 2-0 record after beating Australia and Israel. Iroquois has a 2-0 record sitting at the top of Pool B, defeating USA and Poland.  Both Canada … Continue reading WJLC: Canada, Iroquois End Pool Play On Top

CLA History: The Mann Cup

As summer starts to wind down so does the summer box season across Canada, and that means that the Canadian Lacrosse Association (CLA) national championships are on the horizon. This year, I wanted to take a dive into the history of each of the four CLA National Championships that will take place from August through … Continue reading CLA History: The Mann Cup