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Victoria Shamrocks 2007

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2007 Shamrock Team Awards:

Most Valuable Player: Dan Dawson

High Scorer: Lewis Ratcliff

Best Defensive Player: Jon Sullivan

Rookie of the Year: Aaron Bold

Unsung Hero: Noah Talbot

Intensity, Effort and Determination: George Westwood

Most Competitive Spirit (as voted by his teammates): Dan Dawson

Most Popular Player (as voted by the fans): Dan Dawson

Most Improved Player: Buck Stobart

Clean Play, Sportsmanship and Ability: Noah Talbot

Physical Health and Ability: Lewis Ratcliff

Contribution to Lacrosse: Chris McKay

Outstanding Team Leadership On and Off the Floor: Chris McKay and Jordan Sundher

Executive Award for Outstanding Contribution and Service: Doug Jones

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2007 Mann Cup
ept 7,8,10,11,12,14,15, in Coquitlam

Tickets will be on sale at ticket booth at the Coquitlam Sports Center..633 Poirer Street.

* Saturday..Sept 1..( 10 am to 1 pm )
* Sunday..Sept 2..( 10 am to 1 pm )
* Thursday..Sept 6..( 10 am to 1 pm )
* Friday...Sept 7...( 10 am to 1 pm )

The Mann Cup prices are
Adult: $22
Student (18 & Under) : $18
Senior (60 and over): $18
Children 12 & Under: $14
Ages 5 & under get in for free


You can also watch from your own home. BY "live video"

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The Unthinkable

With the playoffs hanging on a thin mathematical calculation, the Shamrocks arrived at the Palace on Poirier. Not since 1987 has the WLA begun its playoffs without Victoria hosting at least a couple of games. Trot out all the clichés you want, there was no more wiggle room for the Rocks. >> Read more...

Rocks Playoff Hopes Fade

The Victoria Shamrocks’ slim playoff hopes were all but ended Wednesday as they lost a 9-7 decision to the visiting Coquitlam Adanacs at Bear Mountain Arena. Mathematically now the Rocks must win all 3 of their remaining games, all on the road, while the fourth place Nanaimo Timbermen would have to lose their 3 remaining contests.

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