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Jackson, Jones win Fair Play Awards

Langley Thunder’s Jesse Hamel looks to pass the ball from behind the net during his team’s game against the Victoria Titans. The two teams were competing in the U19 tier 1 provincial field lacrosse championships, which were held at Willoughby Community Park. Victoria won the provincial title. - Alyssa O
Langley Thunder’s Jesse Hamel looks to pass the ball from behind the net during his team’s game against the Victoria Titans. The two teams were competing in the U19 tier 1 provincial field lacrosse championships, which were held at Willoughby Community Park. Victoria won the provincial title.
— image credit: Alyssa O'Dell/Langley Times

Nic Jackson and Charlie Jones earned Warrior Sports Canada Fair Play Awards for their respective Langley Thunder teams at the provincial field lacrosse championships.

Jackson plays for the Langley U19 tier 1 squad while Jones was on the U15 team.

Provincial champions were crowned — U19 tier 1, U19 tier 2, women’s U15 and women’s U12 — as Willoughby Community Park hosted all four events.

Victoria beat New Westminster in the U19 tier 1 event while Delta beat Mission in the tier 2. Coquitlam and Nanaimo won the bronze medals in their respective divisions.

On the girls side, Port Coquitlam beat New Westminster, with Coquitlam taking bronze, in the U12, and Ridge Meadows beat Port Coquitlam in the U15 final. New Westminster took bronze, defeating Langley 9-5 in the third place game.

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