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Six Nations Arrows

Six Nations Arrows
Sport Box lacrosse
Founded 1974
League OLA Junior A Lacrosse League
Based in Hagersville, Ontario
Arena Iroquois Lacrosse Arena
Colours Orange, Purple, and White
Head coach Patrick Merrill
General Manager Scott Smith

The Six Nations Arrows are Junior "A" box lacrosse team from Hagersville, Ontario, Canada. The Arrows play in the OLA Junior A Lacrosse League.

History

Six Nations Braves 1974 - 1979
Six Nations Arrows 1980 to Present
  • 2012 Season. The Ontario Lacrosse League implements a goals for/goals against ruling when two teams are tied with the same number of points at the end of the season, AND the two teams have split the outcomes of their own games equally. Six Nations outscored Whitby by 2 goals between their two games, hence giving Six Nations the 1st place seed in the tie-break and overall OLA-A standings.

Season-by-season results

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against
Season GP W L T GF GA PTS Placing Playoffs
1974 24 10 14 0 293 392 20 3rd OLA-C West Lost Semi-final
1975 24 10 14 0 378 403 20 5th OLA-B West Lost Semi-final
1976 24 17 7 0 423 372 34 3rd OLA-B West Lost 1st Round
1977 20 14 6 0 404 331 28 2nd OLA-B West Lost 2nd Round
1978 22 17 5 0 475 291 34 2nd OLA-B Central Lost Quarter-Finals
1979 22 17 5 0 425 289 34 1st OLA-B West Lost Semi-Finals
1980 16 13 3 0 298 222 26 1st OLA-B West Lost Semi-Finals
1981 20 10 10 0 346 335 20 4th OLA-B West Lost Quarter-final
1982 24 10 13 1 331 403 21 5th OLA-B West DNQ
1983 20 4 15 1 286 413 9 5th OLA-B West DNQ
1984 20 6 13 1 310 389 13 4th OLA-B Div I Lost Tier II Semi-final
1985 24 2 22 0 299 509 4 7th OLA-B West Lost Tier II Final
1986 20 1 19 0 183 490 2 6th OLA-B West Lost Tier II Semi-final
1987 24 1 23 0 270 489 2 7th OLA-B West Won Tier II Title
1988 20 6 14 0 198 343 12 5th OLA-B West DNQ
1989 20 9 11 0 223 249 18 7th OLA-B Lost Quarter-final
1990 20 5 15 0 222 269 10 7th OLA-A DNQ
1991 20 12 8 0 274 256 24 3rd OLA-A Lost Final
1992 20 13 6 1 267 217 27 3rd OLA-A Won League, Won Minto Cup
1993 22 12 10 0 249 191 24 6th OLA-A Lost Semi-Finals
1994 26 13 13 0 331 323 26 3rd OLA-A West Lost Quarter-final
1995 20 5 15 0 182 273 10 9th OLA-A DNQ
1996 20 5 13 2 198 243 12 9th OLA-A DNQ
1997 18 12 6 0 261 194 24 3rd OLA-A Lost Final
1998 22 19 3 0 341 199 38 1st OLA-A Won League, Minto Cup Finalist
1999 20 16 3 1 209 124 33 3rd OLA-A Lost Final
2000 20 16 3 1 241 164 33 1st OLA-A Lost Semi-Finals
2001 20 16 4 0 222 152 32 1st OLA-A Lost Final
2002 20 9 11 0 206 207 18 6th OLA-A Lost Quarter-Finals
2003 20 8 12 0 177 221 16 8th OLA-A Lost Quarter-Finals
2004 20 13 7 0 186 153 26 4th OLA-A Won League, OLA Minto Cup Rep
2005 22 19 3 0 245 130 38 1st OLA-A Won League, Minto Cup Finalist
2006 22 19 3 0 268 117 38 1st OLA-A Won League, Minto Cup Finalist
2007 18 17 0 1 198 101 35 1st OLA-A Won League, Won Minto Cup
2008 22 16 6 0 195 144 32 2nd OLA-A Lost Final
2009 22 15 6 1 235 170 31 4th OLA-A Lost Semi-Finals
2010 22 18 4 0 239 115 36 2nd OLA-A Lost Final
2011 22 18 4 0 286 158 36 2nd OLA-A Lost Semi-Finals
2012 20 17 3 0 271 152 34 1st OLA-A Lost Final
2013 20 17 3 0 243 141 34 1st OLA-A Lost Final
2014 20 16 4 0 231 131 32 1st OLA-A Won League, Won Minto Cup
2015 20 17 3 0 216 119 34 1st OLA-A Won League, Won Minto Cup

External links

  • Arrows Webpage
  • The Bible of Lacrosse
  • Unofficial OLA Page


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