NORTH ISLAND RAGE are enjoying a succesful season of field lacrosse.

North Island Rage win two

More success for field lacrosse team, including a shutout

The U12 Rage North Island Field Lacrosse team were back on the Robron field this past Sunday playing the Pacific Rim Tier 2 Team from Sannich.

The Rage did a great job of moving the ball up the field, creating several scoring opportunities and ultimately winning both games. In the second game, the Rage earned a 14-0 shutout due to a collaborative effort and fancy footwork by the goalie.

The Rage are really coming together as a team and getting ready for the upcoming three-day tournament in Richmond, a team spokesperson said.

“Thanks to Jackson and Associates for supporting the Rage and everyone who contributed to the team through the bake sale and bottle drive. Also, a big thanks to the team manager for keeping everyone informed and organized and Onsite Engineering Ltd. for the new snazzy orange team socks.”

 

– North Island Rage

 

 

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