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Chiefs capture seventh Mann Cup championship

  Thanks to another legendary performance from captain Cody Jamieson, the Six Nations Chiefs captured its seventh Mann Cup title in franchise history. Jamieson scored twice and added four assists to lead the Chiefs to a 11-9 victory over the New Westminster Salmonbellies in Game 5 of the national senior A box lacrosse championship at historic Queen's Park Arena. The two teams, went toe-to-toe in the first period, much like they have throughout the best-of-seven series. Ben McIntosh scored twice for the Chiefs, while Keegan Ball also netted a pair and Ryan Martel added one, giving the Bellies the lead. The Chiefs put the foot down on the gas pedal in the second period, with Shayne Jackson leading the way scoring three times, while Jamieson and Dhane Smith added to the cause. Kevin Crowley scored the only Bellies response. In the third period, the Western Lacrosse Association champion Salmonbellies attempted to mount a comeback, with Haiden Dickson netting a pair, and

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