Senior A Timbermen lose finale

The Nanaimo Timbermen senior A squad lost 14-8 to the Victoria Shamrocks, then fell 11-7 to the Maple Ridge Burrards.

The Nanaimo Timbermen took the floor for the last time this lacrosse season, and couldn’t manage one final win.

The Coastal Windows Timbermen senior A squad lost 14-8 to the Victoria Shamrocks on Friday on the road, then fell 11-7 to the Maple Ridge Burrards on Saturday at Frank Crane Arena.

The losses dropped the T-men to 5-13 and the squad finished in seventh and last place in the Western Lacrosse Association this summer.

On Friday, Cayle Ratcliff and Cody Bremner each had two goals and two assists.  Paul Brebber, Jake Emms, Kyle Hofer and Jimmy Delaney also tallied. Zak Boychuk made 28 saves. Familiar faces did the damage for the Shamrocks as Scott Ranger scored five times, Cory Conway had eight points and Blair Pinnock of the Acme Timbermen scored a hat trick.

In Saturday’s finale, Delaney and Emms had two-goal games for Nanaimo and Ratcliff had a goal and three helpers. Brebber and Hofer were the other scorers. Brandon Mulligan made 25 saves.