Iroquois Dominate, Australia Thrills in FIL Day 2

A dominant performance from the Iroquois Nationals against England closed out a late second day of the FIL World Championships, an evening double-header postponed first by rain and then by a thrilling triple-overtime opener between Australia and Japan.

In the nightcap, the long-awaited debut of the Iroquois team, participating for the first time in FIL senior men’s play since 2006, was a tight affair at the start but soon exploded as the Nationals turned a 2-1 second-quarter deficit into a 7-2 halftime lead on the way to a 15-4 victory.

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