Major Series Lacrosse Season Expected to be Delayed

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By Jeff Gard/JG Sports Media

The Major Series Lacrosse season was originally scheduled to begin May 31, including a game between the Cobourg Kodiaks and Six Nations Chiefs, but that is unlikely to happen.

The Ontario Lacrosse Association issued a press release March 30 that a postponement of sanctioned in-person activities (try-outs, training sessions, scrimmages, practices, games) from March 13 to April 5 would be extended until at least May 15.

That means MSL teams are unable to proceed with training camps and games until further notice.

More information is expected to be released soon by MSL.

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