North Island Rage preparing for Provincials

Field lacrosse team has been declared a Tier 1 squad

The North Island Rage field lacrosse team is back in action and getting ready for the Provincials.

Recently, the team received some exciting news about their performance and successful season. The Rage have been declared a Tier 1 team due to their efforts and hard work. They are the first North Island field lacrosse team to receive this ranking, a team spokesperson noted.

This weekend the Rage will play Pac Rim in Victoria for a chance at the Island banner. The top ranking team from the Island receives the banner as they head into Provincials.

“The Provincials are Feb. 16-18 in Victoria, then many of the players head into a season of box lacrosse – they just can’t get enough!” the spokesperson said. “Thanks to our sponsors from Jackson and Associates and Onsite Engineering Ltd.”

– North Island Rage

 

 

 

 

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