Shamrocks goaltender Aaron Bold makes a stop during game at The Q Centre last season. (Spencer Pickles/Black Press)

Victoria Shamrocks release 2018 season schedule

The season and home opener is on May 25 at The Q Centre.

The Western Lacrosse Association (WLA) has released the Shamrocks’ schedule as they head into the club’s 69th season.

The Shamrocks begin the season with a home game at The Q Centre on May 25 against the Burnaby Lakers.

Victoria will continue to play on Friday nights and a few Sunday night games have been added to the schedule. Sunday games are slated for 6 p.m. starts.

The club is putting together theme nights for special games and Sunday evening games, activities and tailgates that will have details to follow.

The Shamrocks’ full schedule can be viewed at victoriashamrocks.com.


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