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Future looks bright as Chiefs protect three prior to MSL draft

While the Six Nations Pro-Fit Chiefs look to load up for another run at the Mann Cup, the Major Series Lacrosse team is also looking beyond this upcoming season.
With having a local flavour to the team a priority, the Chiefs protected a trio of former local junior standouts prior to the 2018 MSL draft, which takes place January 28 at 1 p.m. at the Toronto Rock Athletic Centre.
The Chiefs protected graduating juniors Tyson Bomberry, Doug Jamieson and Brayden Hill.
"We're very excited to protect these three players,"Chiefs president Duane Jacobs said. We're very fortunate to have a great local junior system and these three players are a great example of that."
Bomberry helped lead the Six Nations Arrows to another Minto Cup this past summer. The Arrows' captain led on and off the floor, adding two goals and seven assists in the regular season, while anchoring the defensive unit.
Bomberry was also recently named one of the Syracuse University Orange men's …

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