The Western Lacrosse Association playoff race has been so crazy, it’s been like the 2018 NLL East playoffs. Five teams are still fighting for four spots.
The New Westminster Salmonbellies (4-3) look to move up in the standings Saturday night at the Q Centre in Victoria against the Victoria Shamrocks (6-3).
After losing 12-10 to the ‘Bellies on June 18th, the Adanacs will be seeking revenge and looking to avoid being swept in the season series between the first and second place teams in the BCJALL. A win for New West will clinch them the regular season title and will mark the first time since 2008 Coquitlam will not finish with first place honors.
Both teams now have their complete rosters and all players back from school, you can be sure this game will be a little different than when the two league leaders first met. This week New West heads to Coquitlam for a battle of the bigs.
The BCJALL, or British Columbia Jr. A Lacrosse League, and LaxAllStars have teamed up to bring you the hottest content from one of the most competitive box lacrosse leagues in the world. Jr. A box lacrosse in BC is a big deal, with many rising stars playing in the league. Let’s take an inside look at Week 8.
Salmonbellies Vs. The World, the self-proclaimed “story of the most famous team in lacrosse & their greatest rivals” delivers thoroughly. The information packed pages are a vivid trip through the New Westminster Salmonbellies’ long and storied existence and they are filled with stories, opinion, and plenty of research, along with a staggering number of historical and amazing photographs from the earliest days of the club.
Jeff Matheson takes a look at Kevin Crowley’s last five years, and pieces together how he ended up where is now with questions concerning: BC Jr. A, MCLA, NCAA, World Championships, MLL, WLA, and NLL.
Sometimes looking into the past can make you appreciate the history of the game. Other times it ends up making you scratch your head and say “huh?” This is one of those times.
Chris Fox is back from a nasty battle with the flu (he won!) with a Week 10 NLL Lacrosse Review and a Week 11 NLL Preview, all in one! Only 2 games last week and one this week make this 100% possible. Probably our best 2011 NLL Post so far!!!!
Connor Wilson is back with another Lacrosse Drop and we can GUARANTEE that at least 4 of these ELEVEN great lax quick hitters will satisfy your craving for lacrosse photos, video, links and news. Which 4 will it be for you? Let us know in the comments and we’ll try to do more of that!