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The Windsor Clippers is a member of the Junior "B" league in the Ontario Lacrosse Association. The team, from Windsor, Ontario, Canada, was known as the Windsor AKO Fratmen from 2003 until 2009 as they were sponsored by the AKO Fraternity.


The team made its expansion debut in the OLA Jr. "B" league in 2003. The team's first win was on April 30, 2003 against Wallaceburg, 21-12. In four completed seasons, the team has never failed to make the playoffs. The Fratmen hosted the 2005 Junior "B" All-Star Game, and in the team's forth season Windsor hosted the 2006 Founders Cup. The Fratmen's first ever playoff victory came against the Six Nations Red Rebels in the 2005 Conference Semi-final. On July 2, 2005, the Fratmen defeated Six Nations in the first game of the series 6-4. Their first playoff round victory came in the 2006 Conference Semi-final against the Owen Sound Rams, 3-games-to-1.

The team's current coaching staff consists of Head Coach Greg Ducharme and Associate Coaches Ron Martinello and Eddie McGaffey. All three played Junior and Senior lacrosse in the Windsor area. Ducharme and Martinello were members of the 1975 Founders Cup National Champion Windsor Warlocks. Martinello also played four professional seasons in the National Lacrosse League with the Detroit Turbos (1989–1992) and won the 1991 league championship with them. McGaffey played two professional seasons in goal for the Turbos (1989 and 1990). The team's...
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