No one is happier about the official announcement that Colin Doyle is returning to the Six Nations Chiefs this summer than Chiefs'Head Coach Rich Kilgour. "I'm absolutely ecstatic that he's back," Kilgour said, noting that he's much happier being on the same team with Doyle rather than opposing him. "
When we played against each other, we weren't the best of friends. But now that he plays for the team that I've coached for the last three years, I have nothing but the utmost respect for the guy. He is a true leader on and off the floor. I'm hoping this year we can get the job done."
Last year, the Chiefs got the closest to getting the job done they have in a while, reaching the Major Series Lacrosse finals against the Peterborough Lakers but falling short in the series.
"We've gotten a little step closer every year and last year we made the finals. Hopefully this year we can get back and get a trip out west," Kilgour said. "It's much better trying to win one with Colin than having to fight against him all the time."