Victoria Shamrocks

Victoria Shamrocks

Victoria Shamrocks

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The Victoria Shamrocks are a Senior A box lacrosse club, based in Victoria, British Columbia. The team competes in the 7-team Western Lacrosse Association (WLA).

The Shamrocks have won the Mann Cup 8 times. The Shamrocks can boast that some of the greatest lacrosse players in the world were proud to wear the green and white, including Jack Bionda, Archie Browning, "Whitey" Severson, "Bobby" Monaghan, Kevin Alexander, both Paul and Gary Gait, and John Tavares.

The team logo is a shamrock in a circle with "Victoria" above and "Shamrocks" beneath.

The Victoria Shamrocks entered the Inter-City Lacrosse League, which is now the WLA, in 1950. In 1983, the team dropped the Shamrocks name in favour of reflecting their new sponsorship by Payless Gas; Victoria returned as the Shamrocks in 1994.

The club won the Mann Cup in 1955, 1957, 1979, 1983, 1997, 1999, 2003, and 2005.

On September 16, 2005, the Victoria Shamrocks won their 8th Mann Cup, defeating the Peterborough Lakers 4 games to 2 in a classic, hard fought series. Shamrocks' Goaltender Anthony Cosmo was awarded the Mike Kelly Memorial Trophy as the series Most Valuable Player.

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