Next  Home Game:

Date:  Saturday, April 29, 2017

Time:  1:30 pm

Location:  Q Centre

Opponent: New Westminster

Next Away Game: 

Date: Sunday, April 23, 2017

Time: 2:00 pm

Location: Langley Field House

Opponent: Langley

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Play the Progressive Pot:

Date: Tuesday's - 5:00pm 
: Trafalgar/Pro Patricia Legion - 411 Gorge Rd East

LAX Feature


Victoria Shamrock Alumni John Crowther Game

Friday April 28th will be the Annual John Crowther Memorial game.  Game time is 7:00pm @ the Q Centre.

This year the Alumni game will consist of 2-30 minute periods. The first period will be vs. Peninsula Midget A. The second period will be vs. a combined Intermediate A & Junior A team.

Tickets can be bought through the Intermediate A & Junior A teams or at the door.
Costs:  $5.00 per child, $10.00 per adult or $20.00 per family.
If a child wears their minor lacrosse association jersey they will get in free with a paying adult.


We are excited to announce to the sporting and lacrosse community the next step in our partnership with the Senior Shamrocks. Fans can now buy tickets to all regular season games at the Senior ‘A' Shamrocks team store with Junior tickets priced at $70 and the Intermediates at $30.

We are also excited to offer an 'Ultimate' Shamrocks season ticket to all Senior, Junior and Intermediate regular season home games to adults for $200, Seniors for $150 and Students for $120.

Tickets can be purchased by calling 250-478-Rock(7625) Monday through Friday from 9-5 or at the team store at 967 Langford parkway on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from noon-5. 

The Junior and Intermediate Shamrocks first home games at The Q Centre are Saturday April 29th with the Junior taking on the Port Coquitlam Saints at 5pm and the Intermediates taking on New West Salmonbellies at 1:30.  Full schedule for the Juniors can be found at and the Intermediates at

For Immediate Release - March 18, 2017

Victoria Shamrocks organizational partnership

Victoria, BC – The Intermediate, Junior and Senior Shamrocks teams and associations have existed in our
community for many years. Although all Shamrocks in name, the three were in fact very separate entities,
operated by three independent societies.
On November 1st, 2011 the Junior and Intermediate Associations merged into one entity under the Junior
Shamrocks Society and has operated as one since.
In November of 2014, the Senior Shamrocks General Manager, Chris Welch, and the Junior Shamrocks Vice
President, Rod Wood, sat down and began talking about how the two societies and teams could work closer
together by means of a Partnership Agreement.
Today we would like to announce that Society Presidents, Jim Hartshorne of the Senior ‘A’ Shamrocks and Ron
Hampton of the Junior ‘A’ Shamrocks have ratified that agreement affective March 1, 2017.
This means that although we are still two separate entities, we will be working together in every way possible.
This translates to coaching, player and personnel development, common branding, similar uniforms and
merchandise, working together on public events, equipment purchases, and marketing and ticket sales. It will
also translate to a common style of play on the floor as explained by Senior Shamrocks General Manager Chris
Welch. “When we call a player up from junior,” said Welch, “he shouldn’t have to learn our systems, they should
already be familiar to him. Under this agreement the three teams will work closely together to maintain similar
styles of play.”
Prior to the agreement coming into effect the clubs enjoyed a positive working relationship as demonstrated by
the fact that 15 of the 2016 Senior Shamrocks previously played for the Intermediate, Junior Shamrocks or
both. This agreement will only make that stronger.
In the words of Junior Shamrocks President, Ron Hampton “We are thrilled to be working closely with a first
class organization like Senior Shamrocks and outstanding individuals like Chris Welch and Jim Hartshorne”.
We have always been Shamrocks at heart and now we are in partnership as well. By bringing both of these
organizations under one partnership umbrella both organizations can benefit from the excellent infrastructure
that each possess. We are all Shamrocks at heart so why not organizationally as well.
Season tickets for all 3 teams can be purchased by phoning 250-478-ROCK (7625) or at the Shamrocks team store
located at 967 Langford Parkway. Find out the many benefits of becoming a Shamrocks season ticket holder at
For further information, contact:
Chris Welch
Sr. Shamrocks
General Manager
Phone: (250) 889-6266


Rod Wood
Jr. Shamrocks
Manager Lacrosse Operations
Phone: 250-744-4963


Jason Sperling
Sr. Shamrocks
Operations Manager
Phone: (778) 677-8259

Our 2017 Victoria Intermediate A Shamrocks Main Camp will be held on:

            Monday, March 6th, 6:30-8:30 at Eagle Ridge

            Friday, March 10th, 8:15-10:15 at Eagle Ridge 

            Monday, March 13th from 6:30-8:30 at Eagle Ridge (Jr Shamrocks will also be included) 

This camp is mandatory if you would like to be considered for selection to this team.

Cuts will be made after each session. 

You must complete the BCLA Senior Practice form if you have not done so already.

If you are interested in the Shamrocks program but are unable to attend or if you have any questions
or concerns please contact myself at the contact information below.

Wade Murray
General Manager 
Victoria Intermediate A and Junior A Shamrocks


Upcoming Combined Inter A (1999/2000) & Junior A (1996/1997/1998)
 Shamrocks Workout dates

Cost:        $20.00

  • for all 5 sessions, please have your payment ready on your first night.  You will
    NOT be permitted on the floor unless you have paid, there is a bank machine at
    Eagle Ridge if you need.

Location:  Eagle Ridge Centre

Time: 11:00 am to 1:00 pm

Date:  Sunday, January 22, 2017 and


Time:     6:30pm - 8:30pm (full gear)

Dates:    January 30th

                 February 6th, 13th & 27th


Any questions please contact Kim McCulley at 250-889-7235 or

2016 Graduating Midgets are invited to attend our 2017 Victoria Intermediate A Shamrocks Evaluation Camp that will be held on Thursday, December 15th from 5:00-7:30 pm and Friday, December 16th from 5:00-7:00 pm , at the Eagle Ridge Center located at 1089 Langford Parkway.

This camp will assist us in preparing for the Junior A entry draft held in January 2017.  You must be ready to go in full gear at 5:00 PM.   Please show up early to sign in.

The two sessions will consist of an evaluation and practices run by this year’s Victoria Shamrocks INT A  and JR A coaching staff. 

A BCLA Senior Practice form must be filled out (if you filled one out in August we will still have it on file).  Cost: $10.00 for the two sessions (Shamrocks swag available for sale at the event).

If you are interested in the Shamrocks program but are unable to attend or if you have any questions or concerns please contact myself at the contact information below. If you know of a player that was missed on this email, please forward the information.

We look forward to seeing you on the 15th and 16th of December 2016.

Wade Murray
General Manager
Victoria Intermediate A Shamrocks

Senior Practice Form can be found at (copy and paste into your browser):


Press Release - November 6, 2016


We are pleased to announce that Mike Pires has agreed to take over as Intermediate Shamrocks Head Coach.  Mike played his Minor Lacrosse in the Peninsula Organization and played Int and Jr for the Shamrocks. In 2008 at the Minto Cup Championships he was the leading scorer for all teams.  He went on to play for the Sr Shamrocks for a few years and most recently has been concentrating on coaching, last year as an Assistant Coach on the Intermediate Team.



We are pleased to announce that the new Head Coach for the Junior Rocks will be Terry Dennett.  Terry played his Minor Lacrosse in the Juan de Fuca Organization. He played 4 years with the Junior A Victoria Eagles and Sr A for the Rocks. He also played one season in the NLL with Calgary. He has also represented Scotland at the world level as a player both in Box and Field Lacrosse. Most recently he was an Assistant Coach with the Int Shamrocks helping to lead them to Provincial Gold in 2015.  Last year Terry was an Assistant Coach with both the Jr and Sr Shamrocks.


Both of these Coaches bring a wealth of experience to our teams and we are confident they will be great Head Coaches.  Congratulations to both.  Now the work begins on rounding out the Assistant Coaching Staff.


Rod Wood

Vice President & Governor

Victoria Jr Shamrocks Lacrosse


Intermediate Shamrocks Prospects Camp

At this time we would like to extend an invitation to attend our 2016 Victoria Intermediate A Shamrocks Prospect Camp that will be held on Monday August 22nd, 2016 at the Q centre, from 6-9 pm. This camp will assist us in preparing for the entry draft held in January 2017 and the 2017 season.

The three hour session will consist of a fitness evaluation, a practice run by this year’s Intermediate coaches/players followed by a scrimmage game.

Please contact me to obtain a BCLA Senior Practice form which must be filled out and signed by both player and parent prior to attending the camp. Also we will provide a Player Profile Form to be completed and mailed back to me. Bring the BCLA Practice form with you to the arena prior to the 6pm session. Cost: $20 (includes a camp t-shirt).

If you are interested in the Shamrocks program but are unable to attend or if you have any questions or concerns please contact myself at the contact information below.

We look forward to seeing you on the 22nd.

Wade Murray
General Manager
Victoria Intermediate A Shamrocks



Team Awards Presented


The Jr. and Intermediate ‘A’ Shamrocks held their annual team awards Monday at Brown’s Social House in Langford. While the Jr. Shamrocks failed to make playoffs for the first time in a long while under a new format, the Intermediates swept Delta in their best 2-of-3 playoff and will move on to play in the Provincials in Langley over the August long weekend. Other participants have yet to be determined.

Intermediate award winners were:
MVP – Brian Robb
Top Defensive Player – Garrett Wicks
Top Rookie – Goaltender Spencer Erwin
Sportsman Award – 2 winners – Nick Murray and Jackson Boyd
Most Inspirational Player – Caleb Kueber
Top Scorer – Ben Preston who finished second in league scoring with 34 goals and 45 assists for 79 points

Jr. Shamrocks award winners:
Cole Pickup was the big winner, taking away the MVP, Best Conditioned and Top Scorer award. The Best Conditioned Award winner is determined by the training staff. Cole’s point total was 88 points on 37 goals and 51 assists.
The Jr. Shamrocks had another double winner as Danny Smith was named the most popular player, as voted by his teammates and is a co-winner of the Top Defensive Player Award
That defensive award was shared with Zac Christianson.
Most Improved Player – Rees Cullen
Most Inspirational Player – Nate Wade
Top Rookie – Brad McCulley
Sportsman of the Year – Matt Hamilton

The Jr. Shamrocks also presented jerseys and steins to 7 graduating players:
Steve Ackinclose
Nate Wade
Dallas Wade
Adam Jay
Trace Birley
Brock Thompson-Marshall
Matt Hamilton

Three Service Awards were also presented – these go to executive members, team personnel or any person who demonstrates a high quality of commitment and service to the Jr. Shamrocks Lacrosse Association. This year the winners were:

Bill Russell Service Award – Jr. Shamrocks team manager and executive member in charge of promotions, fundraising and sponsorship – Kim McCulley
Bob Reid Merit Award – Intermediate Shamrocks team manager, Leanne Lawson
Shamrock Pride Award – Terry Dennett, former Shamrocks player, current assistant coach with both the Jr. and Sr. Shamrocks.




Intermediate Rocks Win Playoff Game 1


The Intermediate ‘A’ Shamrocks matched up against the Delta Islanders at the Q Centre Saturday afternoon in game 1 of their best-of-3 playoff series. The Rocks jumped out to a 5-1 first period lead but needed overtime to dispatch of the visitors as they took game 1 by a 16-12 score.

Starting goaltenders were Spencer Erwin for the home team and Brody Harris for the Islanders. It was Delta getting onto the scoresheet first, Matt Trimble scoring at 2:19 on a hard shot just inside the post with an extra attacker on the floor and a delayed penalty about to be called against Victoria. That was all they would muster in the opening 20 minutes as Victoria ratled off 5 straight before the period ended. First it was Max Wilson getting on a run and gathering in a pass from Erwin to tally at 5:34. Brian Robb gave the Rocks their first lead at 7:25 with a hard shot from outside the dotted line and added another at 8:05 on a run to the front of the net. At 16:26, Nick Murray collected a power play marker with a quick stick from the side of the crease and Thomas Vaesen made it 5-1 Victoria at 16:55 from just inside the dotted line.

If the Rocks thought they had things under control, well they were incorrect as Delta rocked the second period outscoring the home team by a 6-2 margin. Braydon Kirk had 2 of those in the first 49 seconds, the first coming off the opening faceoff and then again off the next faceoff. They added a pair of power play goals, both off the stick of Trimble, the first at 4:46 with a hard shot from the dotted line and then another at 7:13 and all of a sudden things were knotted at 5. The Rocks replied with a pair of power play goals of their own, Murray getting his second of the game at 12:01 picking up the loose ball off a forced fumble in front of the net and Ben Preston adding another at 13:38 with a hard shot from outside the dotted line. That gave the home team a 2-goal lead but it, too would diminish as Kyle Durek scored for Delta at 16:51, yet another power play goal and Kirk added his second at 18:26 to even things up at 7 apiece. The Shamrocks were not at their best in the period but Delta forced things and took full advantage of power play opportunities and winning loose ball battles.

Delta took the lead for the second time in the game early in period 3, Liam MacDonald scoring from the dotted line at 2:53. Victoria replied just 17 seconds later, Robb picking up his hat trick marker at 3:10 cutting to the front. The teams traded goals once again, MacDonald scoring at 3:46 for Delta and Clark Pickup gathering up a loose ball and cutting a path to the front of the net. Victoria seemed to have some momentum as Ben Preston made it 10-9 for the home team at 5:53 and Jack Campbell opened up a 2-goal lead at 10:38. Exactly one minute later, Delta replied and then got yet another power play goal at 14:03, that one off the stick of riley Duimel. Delta took a 1-goal lead at 16:10, Jake McIntosh getting in close and it looked like they might come away with the road victory but Garrett Wicks found the back of the net for the Shamrocks at 18:47 with a shot that seemed to ricochet around like a pinball machine. Nothing was solved after 60 minutes and we were on to a 10-minute overtime.

Murray picked up his hat trick goal just 33 seconds into the extra period with an unassisted goal from right in front. Victoria was assessed a 5-minute penalty at the halfway point of the period but the Rocks really put their game up a notch as they managed 3 shorthanded goals. The first came off the stick of Brody Black at 7:33 with a quick stick from the side of the net. Preston added another at 8:48, cutting in giving him the hat trick and Robb, probably Victoria’s best player in the game scored his fourth of the game with less than 1 tick on the clock to give the Shamrocks the 16-12 victory and a 1-0 lead in the series.

Brian Robb had 4 goals and 2 helpers while Nick Murray had a 7-point night on 3 goals and 4 assists. Ben Preston chipped in a hat trick 2 assists. Game 2 goes in Ladner Sunday with a third game, if necessary, next Sunday July 24 at the Panorama leisure centre. The series winner will move on to Provincials in Langley over the July 29-August 1 weekend.

Janice Huckin



Saturday's final regular season home game between the Intermediate Shamrocks and the Burnaby Lakers has been cancelled.  Playoffs will begin the weekend of July 16 so please come back often to find out dates and the match-up.  Thank you.




July 3, 2016

Shamrocks Defeat American Visitors

The Intermediate Shamrocks played host to a team of American box lacrosse players – Cali-Lax Saturday and came away with a 17-7 win over a tired team, playing its 5th game in a week as part of an annual B.C. visit. The visitors managed 1 win against 4 losses during their tour but with box lacrosse in its youth south of the border it was no doubt a good experience for the boys to have.

The Americans were actually up 2-1 after the first period on goals by Drew Erickson and David Moyett after the Rocks had scored first, Jake Campbell getting in close just 2:53. Cali-Lax’s goals came at the 10:22 and 11:04 mark.

The second period saw the Shamrocks outscore their opponents by a 9-4 margin to take a 10-6 lead after 40 minutes and they rattled off 6 straight to start the final frame before the Americans found the back of the net at 13:59 and Caleb Kueber rounded out the scoring for Victoria at the 18:59 mark.

Although the result won’t have any impact to league standings, it was an important game for the Intermediate Shamrocks to get them ready for Sunday’s visit to Maple Ridge. Leading the way offensively for the Shamrocks were Jake Campbell and Jackson Boyd each with the hat trick. Garrett Wicks, Brayden McQuarrie and Caleb Kueber each had a pair with Kueber also chipping in 4 helpers. The Rocks used 3 goaltenders, each for 1 period with Darian Claxton, Intermediate ‘B’ call-up A.J. Jensen and Spencer Erwin taking turns between the pipes.

The Intermediate Rocks are on the road Sunday against Maple Ridge, who did win the previous match-up between the two teams. They close out the season at home next Saturday when they host the Burnaby Lakers at 1:30 pm at the Q Centre. They will then participate in a playoff series, the winner of which will move on to the Provincials in Langley the weekend of July 29-August 1.

Janice Huckin

June 27, 2016

Shamrocks Devour Salmonbellies

The Intermediate Shamrocks continue in their quest for first place in the BC Intermediate Lacrosse League with a 20-10 victory at home against the visiting New Westminster Salmonbellies Saturday.

The game was never close as Victoria held period leads of 6-2 and 13-4 but took their foot off the gas in the late going, outscoring the Bellies 7-6 in the final 20 minutes. Spencer Erwin got the start in goal for Victoria but made way for Intermediate ‘B’ call-up A.J. Jensen for the final period. New West made several goalie switches between starter Cameron Molesworth and Kyle Bleasdale in the course of the game.

The Rocks got on the board first at 2:33, Brayden Brown firing from the dotted line. At 3:17, Thomas Vaesen found the back of the net with a bouncer from outside the dotted line. A power play goal from the stick of Ben Preston at 4:20 made it 3-0 for the home team and Teagan Knoles increased the lead to 4 at 8:23, diving across the net. New Westminster finally answered, Erik Maas getting in close with an extra attacker on the floor at 10:11 with a delayed penalty coming to the Rocks. Victoria got another pair of goals, Jake Campbell and Brian Robb tallying just 31 seconds apart at 13:18 and 13:49. The Bellies got one back before the period ended, Nick Hannay getting in close at 14:21.

The second period saw the Shamrocks rattle off the first 3 goals, Knoles with his second, followed by Dawson Gordon and Robb with his second at 4:01, 4:31 and 7:03. New West sandwiched in a single, Hannay once again behind the shot that beat Erwin at 9:06 before Victoria rattled off 4 straight and New Westminster added a late goal, Jacob Patterson getting in close. Victoria’s goals came from Knoles, Vaesen, Jackson Boyd and Caleb Kueber.

New Westminster opened third period scoring with Quinn Stanhope scoring at 3:07 against the replacement goaltender Jensen but Victoria replied with 5 goals before the Bellies scored again. They would score 5 of the next 7 but it was too little too late.

Pretty much every Shamrocks player hit the scoresheet. Jake Campbell, Brian Robb, and Teagan Knoles each had the hat trick with Campbell adding 5 assists for an 8-point night. Nick Murray, Brayden Brown, Dawson Gordon and Ben Preston each had a pair of goals with Preston chipping in 6 helpers for an 8-point night. Caleb Kueber had a goal and 6 assists with other goals coming from Jackson Boyd and Thomas Vaesen. Spencer Erwin chipped in 4 assists with another solid outing between the pipes.

The Shamrocks are one of 3 teams virtually tied atop the league standings with just 2 regular season games remaining. Next up for the Rocks is an exhibition game next Saturday, July 2 against a visiting box lacrosse team from the U.S. at 1:30 at the Q Centre. They travel to Maple Ridge on Sunday, July 3 for a 2:00 matchup against the Burrards and finish the season at home Saturday, July 9 at 1:30 when they will take on the Burnaby Lakers at 1:30.

Janice Huckin



Alumni Night at WLA Shamrocks Game

June 22, 2016

This Friday, at the Shamrocks home game at the Q Centre it will be a very special night for a number of reasons. It will be Alumni Night – what does that mean?

Well, for one thing it means there will be a pre-game tailgate party and proceeds from the food and drink will benefit the Shamrocks Alumni. For another thing, there will be many former Shamrocks players in attendance with whom you can mingle before and after the game.

Another fundraiser for the Alumni Association will be the raffling of a 1999 Mann Cup game-worn Gary Gait jersey. Please don’t forgot to go buy those tickets.

As for the Alumni itself, the Association will be presenting $3000 in scholarships to deserving local lacrosse players attending post-secondary institutions.

Members of the 1976 Minto Cup winning team will be in attendance and take part in the opening faceoff. Many more members will also participate in special events at the Jr. Shamrocks game on Saturday at 5:00.

Something that will be very special for long-time Shamrocks fans will be the retiring of the number of former Shamrock great, Fred ‘Whitey’ Severson. This is the first ever jersey/number to be retired by the Shamrocks, a truly historic occasion as Whitey was a member of the 1955 Mann Cup winning team and went on to play and coach. He will be in attendance.

Oh yeah – on the floor the 5-2 Shamrocks will be taking on the 3-3-1 New Westminster Salmonbellies. The Bellies are another storied franchise so two great rivals mixing it up on Alumni night. Great action.

Don’t forget the Intermediate Shamrocks get back into action Saturday as they also play the New Westminster Salmonbellies. Game time at the Q Centre is 1:30 pm.

- Janice Huckin



June 11, 2016

Rocks Suffer Second Straight Loss

The Intermediate Shamrocks find themselves in a somewhat different position, losing for the second straight time, dropping a 14-9 decision at home Saturday against the Langley Thunder.  This comes on the heels of a road loss last weekend against the Delta Islanders.

Spence Erwin got the start for Victoria while Riley Richardson got the nod for the visitors.  The Rocks got the first goal, Ben Preston tallying from the dotted line just 49 seconds into the contest but a power play goal off the stick of the Thunder’s Nathaniel Kozevnikov tied things at 5:58, also a shot from the dotted line.  The home team replied just 29 seconds later, Brayden Brown finding the back of the net with another long shot and pretty much off the ensuing faceoff, Preston picked up his second at 6:44, getting in close and ringing the shot off a post to make it 3-1 Shamrocks.  A second Langley power play goal from Caleb Pearson at 9:01 pulled the visitors within one before Victoria got a power play marker of their own at 15:41.  The teams traded goal before the end of the period, Max Joseph scoring unassisted with a loose ball pickup and breakaway for Langley at 16:36 and Brown picking up his second for the Shamrocks at 17:10 to restore the 2-goal lead heading into the intermission.


Overall the Shamrocks did not appear to be the confident team fans were accustomed to seeing while the visitors had all kinds of spirit on the bench.  It resulted in the Thunder picking up the first 2 goals of the middle frame, Pearson with the first at 2:19 and Connor Watson with another at 7:24 on a bouncer in close.  Both those tallies came with the man advantage.  Victoria regained the lead at 8:40 but it was the last time they would do so in the game, Brady Black scoring on a run to the net.  The air seemed to go out of the Rocks’ collective tires and Langley rattled off 3 straight to take an 8-6 lead by the 14:12 mark of the period.  Nick Murray picked the top corner to get one back for the home team at 15:52 but Langley’s Kozevnikov picked up another at 18:46.  After 40 minutes, it was Langley holding a 9-7 lead.

Victoria opened the scoring in period 3, Preston getting his fourth of the night just 1:20 in with his team holding the man advantage but Langley came back with 2 in the next 23 seconds to open up an 11-8 lead.  Victoria’s final goal came off the stick of Murray, his second, on the power play at 5:23 before Langley rattled off 5 straight to finish the game, the final 3 coming on the power play as the Shamrocks failed to stay out of the penalty box.
Overall, not a particularly inspired performance from a Shamrocks team that is battling for top spot in the standings.  At the same time, Langley is also in that battle and looked to be wanting it more on this day.  The Shamrocks got 4 goals and 2 assistws from Ben Preston.  Nick Murray and Brayden Brown each chipped in a pair of goals with Brown also adding 3 assists.  Brady Black had the other goal and Caleb Kueber added 5 assists.

The Intermediate Shamrocks don’t play for 2 weeks, when they will host the New Westminster Salmonbellies at 1:30 pm at the Q Centre on Saturday, June 25. 

Janice Huckin





June 4, 2016


Intermediate Rocks Even Record with Adanacs

The Intermediate Shamrocks were coming off a 1-sided win against Nanaimo on the road Thursday and knew the opposition would be tougher as they faced off against the Coquitlam Adanacs Saturday at the Q Centre. Coquitlam had handed the Rocks their second loss of the season a couple of weeks ago so the home team had it on their mind to even the score and they did just that, coming up with a 13-11 win in front of a sparse crowd on a hot day.

The game was even throughout and it was Spencer Erwin getting the start in goal for the Rocks with Elijah Uema-Martin his counterpart. There was no scoring until almost halfway through the opening period as Victoria came up with a pair just 43 seconds apart. Ben Preston opened things with a shot from the dotted line at 9:01 and Brayden McQuarrie added an unassisted tally getting in close at 9:44. Coquitlam replied with a pair of their own, Brayden Oake scoring at 10:48 and Colin Munro adding another at 13:36. At 14:31, Victoria took the lead, Garrett Wicks finding twine with a high hard shot with the teams playing 4-on-4. Once again Oake got the Adanacs even with a shorthanded and then Munro got his second with less than a second left on the clock to send the visitors to the dressing room up 4-3 after 20 minutes.

Coquitlam kept the momentum going with the first 2 goals of period 2. Munro picked up his hat trick marker just 30 seconds in and Lucas Shein made it 6-3 at 4:52 on a run off a loose ball pickup. The Rocks found the groove with a 3-goal run of their own starting at 6:04 when Thomas Vaesen faked high and shot low to bury the shot behind Coquitlam’s goaltender. Brian Robb added a power play tally with a hard low shot from the dotted line at 6:55 and Dawson Gordon picked up a rare goal at 8:38 and things were tied at 6. Coquitlam took the lead once more with Munro’s fourth of the night at 10:02 but just 30 seconds later Robb picked up his second, putting the ball over the goalie off a rebound in front. Before the period ended Brody Black, a Cowichan Midget call-up scored, again going over the goalie at 13:46 and the period ended with the Shamrocks up by a goal, 8-7.

The third period was gain a game of runs with Coquitlam tallying 3 times by the 8:24 mark before Victoria replied with their own 3-goal run, Jackson Boyd getting things started for the home team at 11:00. That was followed up by Max Wilson’s tally at 14:53 from the dotted line. The Shamrocks took the lead at 15:01 with an unassisted goal from Wicks, his second of the game. Coquitlam tied it up one more time at the 16-minute mark before the boys in green put the game away with a pair in the closing minutes. Nick Murray got on a run to the front of the net to notch the winner at 17:02 and Max Wilson added an insurance marker at 19:39 to close out the scoring.

Offensively it was Brian Robb, Max Wilson and Garrett Wicks each picking up a pair of goals with singles coming from Ben Preston, Brayden McQuarrie, Nick Murray, Jackson Boyd, Dawson Gordon, Thomas Vaesen and the Cowichan call-up Brody Black. Spencer Erwin picked up the win in goal and chipped in 3 assists. The Intermediate Shamrocks are next at home next Saturday, June 11 when they will face the Langley Thunder in a 1:30 pm start.

Janice Huckin



May 22, 2016

Intermediate Rocks Bury Roadrunners


It wasn’t much of a game but the Intermediate Shamrocks will bring the 2 points it brings to their record as they walloped a shorthanded Richmond Roadrunners squad by a 19-7 score Saturday at the Q Centre.

The Shamrocks scored very early in the contest, Ben Preston tallying before the fans were in their seats after the national anthem as he rifled a shot to the back of the net just 19 seconds in. And the romp was on. Richmond got their first goal at 11:25 but they were down already 4-0 at the time and the Rocks cruised to a 6-1 first period lead.

The Roadrunners woke up a bit, scoring the first 4 goals to get within a pair of goals but the home team woke up again and rattled off 6 unanswered to take a 12-4 lead after 40 minutes.

Period 3 again saw the visitors creep up, scoring the first 3 goals of the period but they were shut down for the last 12 or so minutes while the boys in green ran up the score with another 7-goal run to put the game into the books.

Most Shamrocks players factored into the scoring. Unofficially Jackson Boyd had the hat trick with a pair of goals coming from Ben Preston, Josh Pickford, Caleb Kueber and Brian Robb, who also added 4 assists. Five other players added singles and Darian Claxton went the distance to pick up the win in goal.

Next home game for the Intermediate Shamrocks is a rare mid-week game as the Nanaimo Timbermen come to town. Game time is 7:00 pm on Tuesday, May 24 at the Q Centre. Victoria-Nanaimo is always a great rivalry, the Nanaimo team is under different management and hoping to move up in the standings and get into playoffs.

Janice Huckin



May 14, 2016

Intermediate Rocks Starting Strong

The Intermediate ‘A’ Shamrocks continue with a strong start to their season as they defeated the visiting delta Islanders 14-10 at the Q Centre Saturday. It was a game of several momentum swings as the Rocks held 7-0 and 10-7 leads by period on their way to the victory.

Spencer Erwin started between the pipes for the Rocks with Brody Harris at the other end, although he would later make way for Justin Smith and then get back into the game. As noted, the Shamrocks got on a roll early, Josh Wilson tallying on a breakaway at 2:49. Ben Preston increased the Victoria lead to 2 at 4:24 and then Caleb Kueber rattled off 3 straight, including one on the power lead and the Rocks were up 5-0 by the 7:39 mark. Garrett Wicks made it 6;0 on an unassisted shortrhanded marker at 16:32 and before the period ended, Thomas Vaesen scored to make it 7-0 and it looked like the rout was on.

One thing you can be sure of in Intermediate lacrosse is that you can never be sure of anything. The visiting Islanders outscored the home squad 7-3 in the middle frame, including 2 on the power play and 2 shorthanded. Victoria got goals from Jackson Boyd, while Wicks picked up his second and Kueber got his fourth.

The third period was a little tamer with just 7 goals scored, the Shamrocks starting off with a shorthanded marker just 29 seconds in off the stick of Ben Preston. Delta picked up a pair before Victoria responded with 2 of their own, Brian Robb scoring at 4:22 and Jake Campbell at 9:13. The teams traded goals once more before the game ended, including a late breakaway goal from Dawson Gordon to put the game away.

Leading the way offensively for the victors was Caleb Kueber with 4 goals and an assist. Ben Preston and Garrett Wicks each had a pair with singles coming from Dawson Gordon, Jackson Boyd, Thomas Vaesen, Brian Robb, Josh Wilson and Jake Campbell. Spencer Erwin went the distance in goal to pick up the win as the Shamrocks improved their record to 5-1. Next home game for the Intermediate Shamrocks is next Saturday, May 21 when they will take on the Richmond Roadrunners in a 1:30 start at the Q Centre.

Janice Huckin




April 30, 2016



Rocks Fall Short vs. Maple Ridge

The Intermediate Shamrocks opened the season with a pair of wins last weekend but, despite a great third period comeback, fell a goal short as the visiting Maple Ridge Burrards took an 11-10 overtime win at the Q Centre Saturday.

The visitors jumped out to a 4-0 lead by the 3:35 mark of the opening frame, stunning the crowd and possibly the Shamrocks as well.  Victoria got a pair back, Caleb Kueber going to the net to capitalize at 3:49 and Brayden Brown closed the gap to 3 at 5:17 with an outside shot.  The teams then traded goals, Branden Symons tallying for the Burrards at 6:57 with a hard low shot.  Ben Preston responded for the Rocks at 7:19 before the visitors rattled off 4 straight, including one shorthanded marker to take a 9-3 lead.  A couple of goals for Victoria’s special teams closed the period.  Kueber picked up his second on the power play at 12:24 and Nick Murray added a shorthanded marker at 15:22 on a run.  That ended the period with the visitors holding a 9-5 advantage on the scoreboard and outshooting the home team by a fairly wide margin.


After the goalfest in period 1, the second period saw no goals scored as the defenses tightened up considerably.  The Shamrocks jumped into overdrive in the final frame as they rattled off 5 straight goals, starting with Murray’s second then Garrett Wicks tallying at the 52-second mark, both those goals coming on the power play.  Kueber picked up his hat trick goal at 2:49 and sniper Ben Preston added a pair to put the Shamrocks into the lead, those goals coming at 12:03 and 15:31.  Maple Ridge managed to pull even with a goal from Daylan Kellough at 16:12 and we were into overtime.

Overtime is a 10-minute sudden death affair and, despite some action at both ends, it was the visitors who broke the tie and the hearts of the Shamrocks and their fans.  Max Bergat did the damage sending the Burrards home with the victory and handing the Intermediate Shamrocks their first loss of the season.
Unofficially Ben Preston and Caleb Kueber each had a hat trick with Preston also chipping in 3 helpers for a 6-point night.  Nick Murray had a pair of goals with singles coming from Garrett Wicks and Brayden Brown.


The Shamrocks are on the road for the next couple of games, returning to the Q Centre in 2 weeks as they will take on the Delta Islanders in a 1:30 start at the Q Centre.


Janice Huckin





April 23, 2016

Intermediate Rocks Win Home Opener


The Intermediate ‘A’ Shamrocks opened their season at home with a 10-7 win over the visiting Port Coquitlam Saints at the Q Centre Saturday. The home team traded goals through the first half of the opening period with the Rocks leading 3 times and the Saints responding 3 times before Jake Campbell and Jackson Boyd tallied to open a 2-goal lead at the 15:07 mark. PoCo responded with a late tally on the power play to go into the first intermission down by a goal.

The Rocks got on a bit of a run to open the second period, as Campbell picked up his second of the contest at 7:58 from the dotted line. Jackson Boyd opened a 3-goal lead at 12:51 getting in close and Josh Pickford added another just over a minute later from outside the dotted line before the visitors notched a late tally to pull within 3 goals going into the dressing room after 40 minutes.

Port Coquitlam threatened to close the gap with a goal just 1:50 into the final period, with the teams playing 4-on-4 but Nick Murray replied for the Shamrocks at 4:32 on the power play to maintain the 3-goal Shamrocks lead. The teams traded goals once more before the game ended. Caleb Keuber providing the margin of victory with a marker at 11:02 burying the ball in the top corner of the PoCo net.

The game was well-attended and those fans enjoyed an energetic game. Leading the way for the Shamrocks was Jackson Boyd with the hat-trick. Nick Murray and Jake Campbell each contributed a pair of goals and 2 helpers with singles coming from Josh Pickford, Caleb Kueber and Colt Gnech. Next up for the Rocks is a visit to Burnaby on Sunday followed by their next home game next Sunday, April 30 when they will host the Maple Ridge Burrards in a 1:30 pm contest at the Q Centre. Come out and enjoy the action.

Janice Huckin





 Let the Games Begin!


Yes, it’s true, the 2016 Shamrock season is getting under way with a Jr. Shamrocks exhibition game and the annual John Crowther Memorial game featuring Shamrock alumni as well as up and coming Shamrock hopefuls.

First up, the Jr. Shamrocks will travel to the Fuller Lake Arena for an exhibition game against the Jr. Nanaimo Timbermen on Wednesday, April 20. This is always an entertaining contest and gives both coaching staffs a chance to have a look at some as yet-unsigned talent as well as those players who have signed cards. Game time is 7:00 pm.

On Friday, April 22 a group of former Shamrock greats will take on some potential future Shamrock stars in the John Crowther Memorial game. The Rocks Old Stars will take on a midget team, the Intermediate Shamrocks and the Jr. Shamrocks each for one period at the Q Centre. Last year the turnout was excellent and we are hoping for the same this year. Game time is 7:00 pm

For those unfamiliar with the John Crowther story, he was a promising multi-sport athlete, particularly known for leading the Shamrocks to a Mann Cup in 1983, earning MVP honours . Unfortunately his life was tragically and violently cut short when he was shot and killed in 1984 at the age of 22. He was very popular both as a teammate and also as a coach and teacher. His mother Betty Crowther will be in attendance to perform the opening faceoff. Proceeds from the game benefit the Shamrocks Alumni Association and their various scholarships and other charitable works.

The Intermediate Shamrocks get their regular season under way for real on Saturday, April 23 at the Q Centre – they will be taking on the Port Coquitlam Saints at 1:30 pm.

The Jr. Shamrocks begin their regular season on April 30 at the Q Centre when the Delta Islanders come calling for a 5:00 contest.

- Janice Huckin





I Phones Sold

Thanks to those of you who expressed an interest in the iPhone 6+ phones.  All have now been sold.


Fundraising for Jr. and Intermediate Shamrocks


This year we have been given 2 unique opportunities to raise money for our Shamrock Teams…



iPhone 6+ = $300.00:  We have 2 – iPhone 6+ phones.  They are demo phones from Tom Harris cellular and we are selling them for $300.00 each.  If you don’t want to use them with Telus, then you will need to have them unlocked.  These phones do have some scratches on the back of them, but once you have a case on them you won’t be able to see it.






Billboards = $1250.00:  We also have 2 Billboards at The Q arena we are selling.  The cost is $1250.00 each.  These billboards are located on the main floor to the right when you walk into The Q arena.



These billboards each measure 96”w x 30”l.  If you have a business or know of someone with a business this is a great opportunity for advertising.  Not only will it be up for the lacrosse season, but also for the hockey season.  This rental is for the year, so whoever is using the arena will have the opportunity to view your billboard.  If you are interested or know someone who is interested in renting one of these signs for the year please contact me.



If you are interested in either of the above opportunities please contact



Kim McCulley at




Press Release – December 8, 2015

B.C. Junior A Lacrosse League Graduating Midget Draft set for January 9, 2016 at Langley Events Center.

Burnaby, B.C. – Karl Christiansen, President of the B.C. Junior A Lacrosse League announced today the annual graduating midget draft will be held January 9, 2016 at 4:00 pm at the Langley Events Centre, the Home of the National Lacrosse League’s Vancouver Stealth and the Langley Jr. Thunder Lacrosse Club.

“We are very excited to have the LEC and Vancouver Stealth support our graduating midget draft”, said Christiansen. “The support of the Stealth is fantastic, has given us an opportunity to hold our draft at the training facility where future stars of both the BCJALL and NLL will be selected.”

Christiansen says the BCJALL looks forward to seeing many of this year’s draft picks in attendance at the draft, adding if anyone has questions regarding the draft to contact Karl Christiansen directly. Seating will be available at the draft for players and their families. The Vancouver Stealth home opener against the New England Black Wolves is the same evening at 7:00 pm.

The BCJALL is the premier lacrosse league in B.C. for box lacrosse players aged 17-21. The league season runs from the end of April until the end of August and plays for the Minto Cup national championship. For more information on the BCJALL, go to


- Karl Christiansen, President and Commissioner



ntermediate A Prospect 2016 Camp Info... 


At this time we would like to extend an invitation to you to attend our 2016 Prospect Camp that will be held on Wednesday, December 2nd 2015 at Eagle Ridge, 6-8pm.


The two hour session will consist of a practice run by this year’s Intermediate coaches followed by a scrimmage game.


Attached is a BCLA Senior Practice form which must be filled out and signed by both player and parent prior to attending the camp. Also attached is a Player Profile Form. Please complete the Profile and email it back to me and bring the BCLA Practice form with you to the arena prior to the 6pm session.  Cost: $20 (includes a camp t-shirt).


If you are interested in the Shamrocks program but are unable to attend or if you have any questions or concerns please contact myself at the contact information below. If you know of a player that was missed on this email, please forward the information.


We look forward to seeing you on the 2nd.



Wade Murray

General Manager

Victoria Intermediate A Shamrocks   

Jr. and Intermediate Shamrocks Announce New General Managers for 2016


The executive of the JR Shamrocks Lacrosse Association would like to announce the appointment of the new General Managers for both the Intermediate and Junior Shamrocks Teams.


Effective immediately Tim Dennett will be the General Manger of the Junior Shamrocks and Wade Murray will be the General Manger of the Intermediate Shamrocks.


Wade Murray


Wade is an experienced coach in both Box Lacrosse and Field lacrosse coach, and has coached in the Peninsula Lacrosse Association for the past 10 years and with Pacific Rim Lacrosse for the past 3 years.


He was the Head Coach for the 2015 Midget B Peninsula team that won the league banner and worked hard for a bronze medal at Provincial Championships.


In 2014 he was the head coach for a field lacrosse team that went 14-1 during the regular season. 


He is currently serving on the Peninsula Executive.



Tim Dennett


Tim has played and been involved in lacrosse since he was four years old.


The past two years Tim has been the Head Coach of the Intermediate Shamrocks where he won a silver medal in 2014 and gold in 2015.


Tim has also been a referee at the highest level in BC and all these factors combine to make him an excellent choice to lead the Junior Team.


Both Tim and Wade will be hard at it over the next couple of weeks determining their coaching staff.


We would like to wish them both all the best for the 2016 season and years to come.


-       Rod Wood, Governor and Vice President

-       Jr. Shamrocks Lacrosse Association




Wednesday October 21st, 2015


Lower Club House, The Q Center  1767 Old Island Hwy 

October 2, 2015 


BC Junior A Lacrosse League


Junior A Entry Draft FAQ


The BCJALL is a 8 team Junior A Lacrosse League which is sanctioned by the BC Lacrosse Association to Govern Junior A Lacrosse in BC. This FAQ document helps to answer common questions around the Entry Draft which happens annually in January.


What exactly is the BCJALL Entry Draft?

The Entry draft is designed to disperse the first year Intermediate aged players located in either the Lower Mainland or Vancouver Island for their Junior eligible playing years (18-21). Only players in the Lower Mainland or Vancouver Island who don't have a Junior A franchise in their catchment are eligible. If you have a Junior A franchise in your catchment, you are automatically protected by that Club for your Junior eligible playing years (18-21).


I live in the Interior of BC. Am I Drafted?

No. Only players who reside in the Lower Mainland or Vancouver Island who don't have a Junior A franchise in their catchment are eligible for the Draft. Any other player outside of the Lower Mainland or Vancouver Island is considered an Unrestricted Free Agent during their Junior eligible playing years. You are free to speak or play with any Junior A Club you want.


What about Intermediate? How does the Entry Draft impact that Division?

The BCJALL Entry Draft has no bearing whatsoever on your Intermediate playing years (16-17). Whether you were Drafted or not, you will continue to play Intermediate based on either residency rules or Free Agency. If you want to play Intermediate A and you have an Intermediate A Club in your catchment, you must report to that team regardless if you were Drafted or not. After your Intermediate playing years are completed, you must report to the Junior A team that currently holds your Junior playing rights.


Do I attend the BCJALL Entry Draft in January if I am eligible to be Drafted?

The BCJALL holds the Annual Entry Draft at a location where there are plenty of seats available for Draft eligible players and their parents to attend. Each BCJALL team has multiple team representatives at each team table to answer any questions.


What happens if I'm not Drafted before I start Intermediate? Can I still play in the BCJALL?

Absolutely! Since you weren't Drafted, you are now considered a Unrestricted Free Agent during your Junior eligible years. Feel free to contact any BCJALL team to discuss options or opportunities for trying out once you reach Junior age eligibility.


I was Drafted by a BCJALL Junior A team. Do I need to play with their Intermediate team?

Absolutely not. The BCJALL Entry Draft has no bearing on where you play Intermediate Lacrosse in BC. You must follow BCLA residency guidelines to determine where you play Intermediate Lacrosse. If you want to play Intermediate A and there is a team in your catchment, you must report to that Club. If there is no Intermediate A team in your catchment, you are free to try out for any Intermediate A team you desire.


If you require further clarification please go to the Junior A League website and contact any of the Team Contacts there.



AUGUST 3, 2015




Provincials were held this past weekend in Langley at the George Preston Arena. After winning 2 out of 3 round robin games the Victoria Shamrocks were in first place and going for the GOLD. 

The boys meet up once again with the team from New West.  Our Shamrocks played a fantastic game never once stopping. The final score was 14-7.  

Congrats to all the players, coaches and staff. We are proud of you all. 


July 19, 2015

Intermediate Rocks Win Game 1

The Intermediate Shamrocks drew first blood in their playoff series Saturday as they defeated the visiting Maple Ridge Burrards 15-9 at the Panorama Recreation Centre.

The Burrards scored first, finding the back of the net at 3:51 but after that it was all Shamrocks as they jumped out to a 7-1 first period lead.  Marshal King got things started at 5:37 with a delayed penalty about to be called.  Eddie Smith followed up with a shorthanded goal at 6:11 as David Byrne had been penalized for 6 minutes.  Fortunately Maple Ridge took a few penalties along the way and Victoria scored twice with the teams playing 4-on-4.  Ben Preston tallied at 7:03 and Smith followed up with his second of the game just 30 seconds later to make it 4-1 for the Shamrocks.  Braylon Lumb added another at 9:41 making good use of the Rocks’ ball control on the penalty kill.  Preston got his second of the game at 11:20, again with the teams playing 4 aside and Liam Finnigan took off on a run to score at 18:49.

 Maple Ridge once again scored first in period 2 but, as in period 1 the Shamrocks came back quickly with a pair.  Taylor Martin tallied at 6:08 with a quick stick and at 6:35 Brad McCulley found the back of the net.  Just 13 seconds later Maple Ridge picked up their third of the game, after which each team went on a 3-goal run.  For the Shamrocks it was Colten Merilainen from the side of the net at 7:23, followed up by Jake Campbell at 9:29 and Lumb getting his second with the extra attacker on the floor in a delayed penalty situation at 10:19.  That made it 12-3 but the Burrards came back with 3 before Victoria closed out the period with 2 more.  The first was a shorthander from the stick of King and at 19:55 Finnigan again going on a run.  After 40 minutes it was 14-6 for the boys in green.

 The Shamrocks may have laid back a bit in the final frame as the visitors came out with 3 straight goals, including the first just 48 seconds in, a power play marker playing 5-on-3.  When the Burrards got to 9, Preston picked up his hat trick marker to close out the victory.

Rookie Ben Preston led Victoria’s offense with 3 goals and 4 assists while Marshal King had 2 goals and 5 helpers.  Eddie Smith and Liam Finnigan each picked up a pair of goals with Brad McCulley adding a goal and 3 assists.  Apollo Claxton went the distance to pick up the win.

Game 2 of this series takes place next Saturday, July 25 in Maple Ridge.  Should a third and deciding game be required, it will be at the Q Centre next Sunday, July 26.  The series winner joins 3 other series winners at the Provincials to take place in Langley the weekend of July 31-August 3. 

-Janice Huckin 

July 14, 2015

Intermediate A Team "Award Winners" from July 13, 2015....Congratulations to all...

Top Scorer (The Lloyd Watson Award):  #19 Marshal King

Most Inspirational (Ev & Murray Rhode Award):  #11 Braylon Lumb

Most Valuable Player:  #6  Brad McCulley

Top Defensive Player:  #5 Dylan Rehman

Sportsman (Jill Turner Memorial Award):  #2  Eddie Smith

Top Rookie (Sid Lougheed Memorial Award):  #14 Ben Preston 

July 13, 2015​

Intermediate Rocks Move into Playoffs

Best 2 out of 3 series.  Winner moves on to Provincials (July 31, 2015 - August 3, 2015).

Game 1:  Home Game 2:00pm Panorama Arena B Saturday July 18, 2015

Game 2:  Away Game TBA July 19, 2014

Game 3:  Home Game 1:30pm The Q Center (If needed)

July 5, 2015

Intermediate Rocks Lose at Home

The Intermediate Shamrocks lost just their third game of the season, the first at home, Saturday as they turned a 4-2 first-period lead into a 13-7 loss to the Coquitlam Adanacs. The difference was the second period in which they were outscored 8-1 by the visitors.

Apollo Claxton got the start in goal for the Shamrocks and was, for a majority of the game, unsupported by his teammates while Christian DelBianco started for the Adanacs and was clearly the star of the game. Coquitlam got on the board early, Angelo Pontellini picking the top corner just 30 seconds into the contest. At 2:36 Brad mcCulley tied the score, firing a bullet from the dotted line. A power play goal by John Hofseth, regained the lead for the Adanacs at 10:56 but the home team again drew even on a goal by Eddie Smith at 11:43 as he cut to the net. Victoria took the lead with a pair of power goals, both by Marshal King, the first at 15:55 and the latter at 19:18 as the Rocks showed great composure and ball control with the man advantage. That was how the first period went into the books with thew home team up by a pair, 4-2.

The second period saw the wheels fall off for the Rocks as the defense seemed to disappear, leaving Claxton to his own devices much of the time, and the offensive guns that scored 62 goals in 3 games just a short while ago went silent. It looked very much like a Coquitlam practice in the middle frame. They opened with a 3-goal run to take the lead as Reid Bowering scored at 1:00 and again at 4:21 with Drew Leonard sandwiching one between. A power play goal for Victoria’s Braylon Lumb at 8:34 got the score tied up at 5 but it was all downhill after that. Coquitlam rattled off 5 more before the period ended, including one shorthanded and one with the man advantage to take a 10-5 lead into the final frame.

Victoria scored first in period 3 but not until the 11:14 mark, Lumb getting the goal shorthanded, from in close. It was the second of three for him as he also scored the final Shamrocks goal on the power play at 13:19. The teams combined for 4 goals in a little over 2 minutes, all but the first coming on the power play. Coquitlam’s Bowering rounded out the scoring at 18:55, his fifth of the game.

While it was just the Shamrocks’ third loss of the season, it was an uninspired performance, certainly not what fans, or probably coaching staff, want to see with playoffs approaching. Braylon Lumb led the attack with the hat trick. Marshal King picked up 2 goals and 4 assists while Brad McCulley chipped in a goal and 3 helpers. Eddie Smith had the other goal with Ben Preston adding 3 assists.

They will wrap up the regular season with a pair of road games, as they visit Maple Ridge Sunday, July 5 and Delta Sunday, July 12 before commencing playoffs the weekend of July 18-19. That game will be played at Panorama so check this website for exact dates and times when the season is over.
-Janice Huckin


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