Victoria Shamrocks captain Scott Ranger holds the ball while being checked by the Coquitlam Adanacs in the Shamrocks first game of the WLA season.

Undefeated Shamrocks ready for Langley Thunder

The Victoria Shamrocks won 14-8 on Friday over the Burnaby Lakers at Bear Mountain Arena and 10-7 over the Salmonbellies on Thursday

The Victoria Shamrocks won 14-8 on Friday over the Burnaby Lakers at Bear Mountain Arena and moved to a 3-0 Western Lacrosse Association record.

The Shamrocks host the Langley Thunder on Friday (May 31), 7:45 p.m. at the Bear.

The Shamrocks won in back-to-back days last week, beating the New Westminster Salmonbellies 10-7 in New West on Thursday.

Captain Scott Ranger scored two goals and five assists against New West, with Jeff Shattler adding four goals and two assists and Corey Small contributing three goals and two assists.

Jeff Shattler and Ranger led again on Friday, with three goals and five assists each.

Meanwhile over the weekend it was a split for the Intermediate ‘A’ and Jr. Victoria Shamrocks  teams. The Intermediates lost their first game this season, 13-11 to the Maple Ridge Burrards Saturday at Bear Mountain Arena.

The Jr. Shamrocks fared better, however, as they doubled the visiting Burnaby Lakers 14-7.

Brody Eastwood, Dane Schoor and Chris Wardle each scored five points.

On Sunday the Jr. Shamrocks avenged a home loss from the previous weekend with a commanding 15-8 win over the Coquitlam Adanacs. Jesse King led the charged with four goals and five assists. The Jr. Rocks are home Saturday against New Westminster, 5 p.m.

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