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Weekend Recap of the McGill Redmen from Baggataway Cup 2011

Canadians are a necessity in the States nowadays. A crafty attackman (usually) with uncanny vision and finishing abilities are a must. You better keep your eye on “the Canadian” in a loose ball situation. Imagine if you had to play against a Man-Up unit consisting entirely of Canadians. Read More…

Canadians are a necessity in the States nowadays. A crafty attackman (usually) with uncanny vision and finishing abilities are a must. You better keep your eye on “the Canadian” in a loose ball situation. Imagine if you had to play against a Man-Up unit consisting entirely of Canadians. I know, right?! Catch the McGill Redmen vs Brock Badgers in the Semi-Finals of the Baggataway Cup in London, Ontario.

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Max
9 years ago

McGill is actually 50% american – 50% canadian.

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Lax_pro_22
9 years ago

It should be noted that 80% of McGill’s roster are American players…..and they lost that game. Brock is made up of all Canadian boys….which is why they won. 

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