Home opener in pictures

The Nanaimo News Bulletin shares photos from the first game of the WLA lacrosse season Sunday at Frank Crane Arena.

Nanaimo Timbermen player Scott Ranger



The Nanaimo Coastal Windows Timbermen defeated the Langley Thunder 17-7 on Sunday night at Frank Crane Arena to start the Western Lacrosse Association season.

For a full recap of the game including interviews, statistics and one more photo, please click here.

To read a profile story on top Timbermen draft pick Cody Bremner, please click here.

To read about the Timbermen team’s recent trade for all-star Cory Conway, click here.

To keep up to date on all the latest Timbermen lacrosse news, follow Nanaimo News Bulletin sports editor Greg Sakaki on Twitter at www.twitter.com/BulletinSports.

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