Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Compromise reached in Coquitlam lacrosse floor feud

There will be no war over the floor this year. The Coquitlam junior Adanacs, the senior Adanacs and Coquitlam Minor Lacrosse Association (CMLA) representatives found room for compromise and ironed out a division of floor time at the Poirier Sport and Leisure Complex for the upcoming lacrosse season.
The floor time agreement that was accepted by all three parties will ensure that the junior Adanacs can make a run for their second straight national crown, the team's vice president and general manager said.
"The floor dispute has been resolved and I believe everyone's satisfied, so now it's back to working towards the new season," said Ken Wood. "We found a way to make everyone happy."
The senior Adanacs were also satisfied with the result.
"This took some sacrifice by all three parties and we commend our partners for that," the club said in a press release.

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