Shamrocks Look to Rebound Against Adanacs

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By Dustin Finnerty, Victoria Shamrocks

Victoria, BC – The Victoria Shamrocks will look to get their season back on track when they head to Coquitlam this weekend for a return clash with the Adanacs. The Adanacs managed a narrow 9-8 victory over the Shamrocks last Saturday in Coquitlam, handing Victoria their third straight loss, a season worst for the island club.

The ‘Rocks will look to get back into the win column Saturday, July 14th with faceoff scheduled for 7:45pm. The game will be available live online PPV and can be accessed through the club’s website.

The 7-5 Shamrock will head into their second consecutive road on a 0-3 slide and will be looking for a strong performance to maintain possession of second spot in the WLA. They may have to exorcise some demons along the way as they were edged out in the same barn just 7 days prior by the Adanacs who handed the ‘Rocks their first losing skid of the season.

The 6-6 Adanacs, meanwhile, sit just two points back of the Shamrocks, with 12 points compared to Victoria’s 14 and are level in games played, giving Coquitlam a solid opportunity to get on level ground with the ‘Rocks heading down the home stretch of the season.

Also, it’s “Heroes Night!” when the Shamrocks take on the New West Salmonbellies in search of a season series win on Tuesday July 17th at Bear Mountain arena. All Military and Essential Service personnel (Fire, Police, Ambulance, and Nurses) will be admitted FREE if attending in uniform. For full details on this and all other promo events, check out victoriashamrocks.com.

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Christian J. Stewart
Christian is a professional photographer and media professional based in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Currently working as the Assistant General Manager for Victoria HarbourCats Baseball Club, a Senior Contributing Editor and photographer at Independent Sports News (ISN) and operating his own freelance photography and media/pr company.

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