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Week 3 Review, Week 4 Preview

09/27/2012, 11:00pm EDT
By Mark Schuetzkowski

Time to take a look at who's Hot and who's Not.

Half of the season is now officially in the books. We head into the final week before the traditional Thanksgiving break. This is the time of year where the commitment and the character of the teams are king.

Division I

Who's Hot:

Orangeville - with a big win over Niagara to stay undefeated.

Hamilton - playing with a 'metric tonne' of confidence right now.

Halton Hills - who says box on grass doesn't work in Canadian Field Lacrosse?

Niagara - lost a close one to Orangeville, but proved they are still a force.

Lukewarm Oshawa is still in the the win one/lose one mode.

Who's Not:

Toronto Beaches - may end up being one of the good teams that find themselves looking in from the outside if they don't pick up some points in the tough games.

London - tough week-end drops them from 2nd place to a .500 record

Brampton - young and still learning a new system.

Burlington - may need a trip to see the Wizard.

Division II - East

Who's Hot:

Newmarket - will they continue to stay out of the box and keep their undefeated streak going?

Peterborough - not the most dominating team they have ever fielded, but there is no arguing their record of 5-1.

Barrie - Tendy 'Big Country' in MVP form

Lukewarm Mimico - just not getting over the hump.

Who's Not:

Ottawa - will need to start going on a streak if they want a chance of seeing the post season.

Oshawa II - victims of being a young team in a tough division

Division II - West

Who's Hot:

Centre-Wellington - missing a big chunk of their offensive power on the week-end and still found a way to go 2-0

Oakville - winning the games they have to in order to stay in the top 2 in the Division

Lukewarm Mississauga appears to be getting warmer with a key win over KW.

Who's Not:

Kitchener-Waterloo - solid defensive efforts lost on an ineffective offensive display in Week 3.

St. Clair- has enough potential to ruin someone's play-off hopes. Still looking to play a full 60 minutes.

Check out the standings after Week 3 here. For all the final scores from last week-end, follow this link.

This week's venue's take most Division I teams and Division II - East to Heritage Green Park in Stoney Creek, and City Wide Fields in London hosts hometeam London, Orangeville, and Toronto Beaches from DI, and Division II - West teams.

View the full schedule for Week 4 here.

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