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I was just wondering what was going on with Zone 4 and their field lacrosse?
We played against the Orillia/Barrie Midget team last year and they could compete every game, they also knocked us out of the qualiiers last year but I see this year they all have their own teams and they won't be very strong individually.
Orillia will most likely be a little better because of individual talent but what I was wondering is why, doesn't Zone 4 put a team together?
We have players going to Newmarket instead of staying in zone 4 , I just think it would be better to keep your zone together.
So, there is no problems with coaching. Take one coach from each center?
Posted on Apr 14, 2011, 1:47 PM
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