Iroquois Nationals 12, Australia 10

After a two-hour weather delay, the Iroquois Nationals were able to outscore Australia 4-2 late Monday night to earn a 12-10 win and improve to 3-1 in the Blue Division at the FIL World Lacrosse Championships.

Tied 8-8 with about two minutes and thirty seconds remaining in the third quarter, a thunderstorm rolled into Denver and led to a delay, that forced the Iroquois, the Australians and the fans in attendance to seek shelter in the main stadium while the rain came pouring down.

Following a clutch save by Tom Vickery on Cody Jamieson, the Iroquois would break the tie with six seconds left in the third when Jeremy Thompson scored after the Nationals broke up the clear attempt.

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