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Local Talent Represented at SWOLL
Submitted By Cheryl Marsland on Monday, March 2, 2020
The South Western Ontario Lacrosse League (SWOLL) started in 2019 to fill the need for local competitive contact lacrosse. Players range from 16 - 45 years old, some coming straight out of minor, some with intermediate and junior experience, and some having played senior ball.

In the second season, we have a number of local players competing for that championship trophy including: CWMLA alumni, board members, Elora Mohawk, and Fergus Thistle coaching staff.

The front running Hornets this season are heavily weighted with locals including Scott Cook of the Elora Mohawk Junior B coaching staff, Shawn Murray from the Fergus Thistle Junior C bench, Warren Ziegler a local referee, Nathan Joyes CWMLA President, and Hayden Marsland a CWMLA alumni. The Hornets have been undefeated so far this season outsourcing their opponents 119 to 73 in 8 games.

 

Also playing are CWMLA Alumni Carter Hyndman and Aiden Kelly. Carter playing for the Falcons has racked up an impressive 10 goals and 2 assists in 8 games. Aiden is currently backstopping the second place Wolves. Both alum will play against each other on
Wednesday night 9:15 looking to move onto the finals against the Hornets.

 

If you're interested in catching some exciting free lacrosse action the mega bowl game starts this
Saturday March 7th, at 1pm at Queensmount Aarena in KW.

Championship game and your local hornets will play 2:30pm for the glory of this year's Snell Cup.

 

 

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