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to get a Mann Cup," Murray said. The losing streak put the Shamrocks in desperation mode, and they responded. "In reality, this is a playoff stretch," Victoria coach Bob Heyes said before the New West game. (Times Colonist) . The Shamrocks led 7 3 in that game against New West but let the 'Bellies rally to close within 8 7 before putting them away. "That win was a microcosm of our entire season. We take over control at times, then at other times we make it difficult on ourselves," said Heyes. They're 1 7 on the road after Tuesday's loss to Victoria. Still, a win over Langley last Thursday gives the 'Bellies confidence that they're still contenders for a WLA playoff berth. "It's a dogfight for us. It was a huge win for us. Everyone kind of counted us out, but we don't believe in that as a group. Hopefully that (win) turns the corner for our season," defender Ian Hawksbee said. (Royal City Rec0rd) . There's never a good time for a 3 game losing streak, but the stretch run of a playoff battle is definitely not ideal. But that's what the Nanaimo Timbermen were enduring before Saturday's 12 9 win over Maple Ridge kept the T men in the playoff race. "We have a game in hand and the good thing is we are playing teams we would have to beat in the playoffs. The next part of the schedule is really tough. It's a real test for our team both mentally and physically," said forward Scott Ranger. (Nanaimo Daily News) . The win over Maple Ridge did wonders for confidence, most importantly because it snapped that losing streak that can be so damaging for any team that's trying to work its way into the playoffs. "We needed a good game to bounce back and it felt good to come up with a big win. Nobody wants to go on a losing streak because then everybody will start getting onto each other. So a big win was pretty huge towards the rest of our season," said transition man Myles Kenny. (Nanaimo News Bulletin).
win in 4 games and the important 2 points it needed to keep pace with the playoff race.
"It's kind of been our Achilles heel this season. We have to learn how to keep the lead," Clark told Burnaby Now. "It's a game of runs. No one says, 'They're not going to score goals.' We just have to score more goals. But this way it's a bit more gutwrenching."
Victoria and Coquitlam are no strangers to success given their histories, but it's the Lakers who are trying to create a history of their own. To do that, they'll face some stiff tests in their final 4 games. They're home to Coquitlam on Friday and at Nanaimo on Sunday. Next Friday, they're home against Langley before wrapping up the season July 28 at Coquitlam. The Lakers are a combined 3 1 1 against those opponents, so they know they're capable of running with the top dogs.
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Gutwrenching is a good term to describe what's going down in the final days of the WLA season. The first place Langley Thunder, with 20 points, are in a comfort zone but what's below that resembles more of a chaotic zone. Victoria, Coquitlam and Burnaby are all tied with 16 points and New Westminster chimes in with 13 points while Nanaimo is right there with 12.
Knowledge and reality are 2 different worlds, however. And with the way this WLA season is unfolding, a previous victory Nike Air Vapormax Flyknit White Christmas over a team does not guarantee anything today or tomorrow. The Lakers are stocked with enough of a veteran presence to know this. Now it's time for them to make it real.
The struggles continue for the Maple Ridge Burrards, who dropped a pair of games over the wekeend to Nanaimo (12 9) and Coquitlam (11 8). The Burrards are competitive but can't seem to get over that hump and their 2 12 1 record has them at the bottom of the WLA table and even if they win out in their remaining 3 games, can't escape the basement. (Maple Ridge News) . It's quite different in Coquitlam, where the Adanacs have won 4 of their last 5, including a pair of weekend wins. Saturday's 10 9 win over Victoria was huge and coach Bob Salt says when the offense led by Dane Dobbie and the defense led by goalie Nick Rose is on the way it has been, the result is what you see. "Our defence is playing really well and Dobbs has really taken off (offensively). When we get that, plus (Rose) playing fabulously, we're tough to stop," Salt said. (The Now News) . Bruce Murray is in his 12th WLA season with the Coquitlam Adanacs and he admits that the realization he's one of the older players in the loop kinda snuck up on him, but he also understands the importance of his role as a veteran leader. And Nike Vapormax Utility Triple Black
The Burnaby Lakers are in a position to be a Western Lacrosse Association playoff team for the first time since 2008, but they nearly blew it their last time out. Scoring an incredible 8 goals in the first period against Nanaimo last Friday night, the Lakers built an 8 1 lead and it looked as though their seventh win of the season was in hand. But Nanaimo flipped the switch, scored 4 unanswered goals to get back into it and over the final 2 periods outscored the Lakers 10 4 to force overtime. But Colton Clark and Peter McFetridge cashed in on their opportunities in OT and Dan Lewis made 6 saves in the extra period to give Burnaby its third Nike Air Vapormax Flyknit Pure Platinum/University Red Men's Shoe
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