Week #4 is in the record books. Team Jacquie is still undefeated and Team Blair ends the season still winless…but to put a better spin on things Team Sharley is also undefeated so far….
Lacrosse – a game of momentum…. evident at Kinsmen last night!
In the early game Team Dirka continued its winning ways by holding on to single goal lead, running out the time on a 7-6 victory over Team Blair. In the late game DustinD was the big story scoring 5+ goals to lead Team Jacquie to a 10-7 victory over Team Lia.
Next is Week #3, Wednesday May 16, 2018 Kinsmen Arena
Team Dirka vs Team Jacquie 8:00pm – 9:00pm.
Team Blair vs. Team Lia 9:00pm – 10:00pm.
See you all next week.
Week #1 is done and recorded. Pretty good turnouts for all of the teams. Still a few players that have said they are playing but haven’t got around to signing up….sigh…. kids!
In the 1st game, Team Dirka pulled out a 9-6 victory over Team Lia. In the 2nd game Team Blair got ahead early but let Team Jacquie back in the game requiring a last minute goal to tie the game at 9-9.
Next is Week #2 Wednesday May 9, 2018 Kinsmen Arena
Team Blair vs. Team Dirka 8:00pm-9:00pm.
Team Jacquie vs. Team Lia 9:00pm-10:00pm
See you all next week.
With the Championship game ready to start, there appeared to be be some last minutes fluctuation in the betting lines – Team Jacquie appeared to be short some key players – the point spread was shifting from the early line – would Team Jacquie have enough scoring to overcome Team Blair’s explosive offense? Any scoring would be better than 2016! …
My GOD! Does no one have any respect for the integrity of the game? This isn’t about having FUN! What about about the ProLine picks?
A couple of very hard fought games on Wednesday night – Team Blair (or should I say Team Ian) and Team Jacquie punch their tickets to the ultimate test of Summer2017 London HL supremacy…. Continue reading
Might as well get the paperwork out of the way early this year…
Well, that’s a wrap for RegularSeason – Summer2017 – a preview of next week’s 1st round of the playoffs.
After a successful weekend in Fergus the Werewolves reverted back to early season form and repeated their sub par Brantford performance – 1-3 for the tournament. …sigh…