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MANITOBA LACROSSE LEGENDS

With the Covid 19 shut down we are all missing lacrosse. We have been so accustomed to walking down to the local rink and watching minor lacrosse games.

To fill that gap, how about reliving some Manitoba lacrosse history by viewing some interviews with 3 Manitoban lacrosse legends- Tom Parker, Harry Nightingale, and Jeep Woolly.

Or maybe take some time to introduce the young ones in your house to the history of lacrosse in Manitoba. The interviews span the ups and downs of "Toba lax from the 1940's to the 1980's. The interviews examine both box and field lacrosse. It could also be a good time to walk the young players in your house through the Manitoba Lacrosse Hall of Fame and Museum web site: http://mblacrossehof.ca/

To view the interviews click on:

Jeep Woolly https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYEqbSiYtpk

Harry Nightingale https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yy3ewooAa7I

Tom Parker https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7njpG6r8to

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