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The Langley Thunder Junior A play the Burnaby Lakers Thursday night, May 16 at the Langley Events Centre with a share of first place on the line.
After the Thunder’s overtime victory last Saturday over the Victoria Shamrocks, the team is ready to extend their record to four victories to one loss. The Burnaby Lakers have struggled early in the 2013 campaign with only one win in five starts. The Thunder have all the players back from their NCAA clubs, except for Reegan Comeault who is still playing for Ohio State, and appear to be getting stronger each game. Goaltender, Spencer England had an outstanding game in Victoria and is living up to the high expectations for him when he was signed in the off-season.
Game time is 8:00 pm. Tickets are available online at www.langleyeventscentre.com. The game is available on pay-for-view by going to the BCJALL web site, www.bcjunioralacrosse.com and clicking on the pay for view icon.
After Thursday’s game the next game for the Thunder is at home on Saturday, May 18 when the Thunder take on the Okotoks Raiders, the first interprovincial game to be played during the regular season. Game time is 8:00 pm.