The Langley Thunder hosted the 2017 BC Intermediate Provincial Championships the weekend of August 4-7 at the Langley Events Centre.
Click here to visit the Provincials webpage, which contains scores, standings and other information.
The Gold Medal match in the B Division saw top seed Coquitlam "B" Adanacs go undefeated through the tournament, eventually beating third seed Ridge Meadows Burrards 14-5, who came away with the Silver Medal. Earlier in the day, second seed Delta "B" Islanders defeated fourth seed North Shore Indians 9-3 to claim the Bronze Medal.
Click here to see who all were named to the 2017 BCILL All-Star Teams and who won awards for league play.
Click here to see who all were named to the All-Star Teams and won awards at the 2017 Provincials.
Maple Ridge Burrards, Victoria Shamrocks, Coquitlam "A" Adanacs and Langley Thunder all punched their cards to the 2017 Intermediate A Provincials after two-game sweeps in their best-of three series.
The Coquitlam "B" Adanacs and Delta "B" Islanders, by virtue of their 1st and 2nd place finishes, earned byes to the 2017 Intermediate B Provincials and have been joined by the Ridge Meadows Burrards after a two-game sweep of the Port Coquitlam "B" Saints and the North Shore Indians after a 2-1 series win over the New Westminster "B" Salmonbellies in their best-of three playoffs.
To see when your favorite team is playing next, check the news ticker above, or visit the league schedule page by clicking on the SCHEDULES button above and selecting either the A League or B League. Scores and standings are updated daily.
After twelve weeks of play, the Maple Ridge Burrards are the A League regular season champion with a 17-3-0 record. The Delta "B" Islanders and the Coquitlam "B" Adanacs ended up tied in the B League standings with 17-3-0 records, but the Adanacs finish first as they won the season series. Langley's Connor Watson finished in top spot in A League scoring while Nate Faccin of Maple Ridge finished with the best goaltending save percentage. In the B League, Coquitlam's Payton Michielin was the top scorer and Brodie Jacobs of North Shore had the best save percentage.
To celebrate organized Lacrosse's 150th birthday in 2017, the BC Lacrosse Association has created a die-cut, removable car decal (size is approximately 5 ½ inches wide by 5 ½ inches tall). Cost is $5.00/decal (plus postage), with net proceeds from the sales of these decals supporting the BCLA's three scholarship/bursary funds: Wayne Goss Scholarship, Ted Fridge Scholarship and Dorothy Robertson Memorial Bursary.
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The British Columbia Intermediate Lacrosse League is comprised of box lacrosse teams in southwestern British Columbia, Canada.
The BCILL provides a bridge between minor lacrosse and junior lacrosse for those players aged 16-18.
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