Selected to play in Indigenous Games

Maple Ridge Burrards lacrosse players Mason and Cooper Morais have both been selected to play in the North American Indigenous Games

Maple Ridge Burrards lacrosse players Mason and Cooper Morais have both been selected to play in the North American Indigenous Games.

Mason will play with the U-16 team, and Cooper U-19.

The games will take place this summer in Regina on July 20-27, 2014.

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