Roe leads jr. T-Men to Duncan

Captain and Cowichan Valley minor lacrosse product Jeremy Roe will lead the junior A Nanaimo Timbermen into action against the Delta Islanders at the Island Savings Centre this Sunday.

Roe, in his final year of junior lacrosse, has two goals and three assists for five points in seven games.

He won’t be the only familiar face in the lineup for Cowichan Valley sports fans. Also on the Nanaimo roster this season are fellow CVLA products Tyson Black and Adam Golia. Black, who also plays for the intermediate B Cowichan Thunder, has five assists in seven games for the T-Men, while Golia has been held without a point in four appearances.

Also suiting up for Nanaimo this year is Cody Short of the Kerry Park Islanders junior B hockey team. Short is one of the T-Men’s top point-producers this year with four goals and five assists through six points.

The game, sponsored by Original Joe’s, begins at 4 p.m. Ticket prices are $10 for adults and $8 for students and seniors. All minor lacrosse players with jerseys, and anyone 12 and under gets in free.

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