Chiefs name Doddridge western scout

The Six Nations Pro-Fit Chiefs have a new pair of eyes out west.
Team president and general manager, Duane Jacobs said Neil Doddridge will be the Chiefs' western scout.
"We are extremely please to add Neil Doddridge as our head western scout,," Jacobs said. "Neil is a Chiefs alum and has a wealth of knowledge. We are very happy to have him as a part of our organization as we look to return to championship form in 2016."
As a player, Doddridge won seven Mann Cups with the Chiefs, Brampton Excelsiors and Victoria Shamrocks. He's also won a Founders Cup  with the Mississauga Tomahawks, two silver medals with Team Canada, National Lacrosse League title with the Buffalo Bandits, and a Major Indoor Lacrosse League championship with the Detroit Turbos, as well as a Presidents Cup with the Ladner Pioneers.
Once retired from playing, Doddridge became the director of scouting for the NLL's Minnesota Swarm from 2006-2011. 
In 2010, the Western Lacrosse League's Coquitlam Adanacs hired Doddridge as its coach, and in 2013, was named bench boss of the Coquitlam Jr. Adanacs.


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