Curtis Dickson is back with the Burrards. (files)

‘Superman’ rejoins Maple Ridge Burrards

Curtis Dickson rejoined WLA team as of March 12

Curtis Dickson is returning to the Maple Ridge Burrards.

Dickson, known as ‘Superman’ for his aerial goal-scoring moves, rejoined the WLA team as of March 12 after three seasons back east with the Peterborough Lakers, this year’s Mann Cup winner.

Dickson had 14 goals and 27 points in six Mann Cup games with the Lakers, who defeated the New Westminster Salmonbellies for the national championship.

Dickson currently leads the Calgary Roughnecks of the NLL in both goals (27) and points (45).

“We couldn’t be more thrilled to have Curtis re-join the Burrards already potent offense,” said Burrards general manager Rey Comeault.

“Curtis is happy to be back in the WLA and very excited for another run at the Mann Cup, this time with the Burrards.”

The Maple Ridge senior A lacrosse club is 81 years old, with 21 years in Maple Ridge.

The Burrards won the WLA championship in 2016.

In 2014, between playing field lacrosse, losing time due to injuries, Dickson was limited to five games with the Burrards, but put up 10 goals and 15 points.

In the 2013 campaign, he led WLA with 58 goals and 103 points in 17 games, and was the league MVP.

For his career with the Burrards, he has 140 goals and 243 points in 53 games.

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