Langley will be well represented at the 2015 field lacrosse national championships in Nova Scotia as seven players have made Team B.C. Back row: Jordan Daniel (left to right)

Langley well represented on Team B.C.

Six on U18 squad, one on U15 team for Canadian national field lacrosse championships

Seven local field lacrosse players are going for gold this weekend.

The players will be competing at the Canadian national field lacrosse championships, which run Aug. 28 to 30 in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Six Langley players — Levi Gallant, Nathaniel Kozevnikov, Quinn McKitrick, Connor McNeill, Caleb Pearson and Thomas Rennie — are on the Team B.C. U18 roster while Aldergrove’s Jordan Daniel is on the U15 squad.

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