Langley Thunder title defence begins May 19

Thunder home opener at Langley Events Centre will be May 22

The quest for a three-peat begins on May 19 in Maple Ridge.

That is the Western Lacrosse Association season opener for the Langley Thunder, the two-time defending senior A lacrosse champions.

The team plays its first home game at the Langley Events Centre on May 22 in a rematch of last season’s WLA championship series against the Coquitlam Adanacs.

The Thunder won that series in six games.

The team is also preparing for the annual WLA draft, which for the first time will be held in the banquet room at the Langley Events Centre.

The draft will be on Feb. 4.

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Langley Thunder 2013 schedule (all home games at the Langley Events Centre)

May 19 Langley at Maple Ridge

May 22 Coquitlam at Langley

May 29 Nanaimo at Langley

May 31 Langley at Victoria

June 5 Burnaby at Langley

June 12 Nanaimo at Langley

June 15 Langley at Coquitlam

June 19 New Westminster at Langley

June 21 Langley at Burnaby

June 26 Coquitlam at Langley

July 3 Maple Ridge at Langley

July 4 Langley at New Westminster

July 7 Langley at Maple Ridge

July 12 Langley at Victoria

July 13 Langley at Nanaimo

July 20 Victoria at Langley

July 24 New Westminster at Langley

July 26 Langley at Burnaby

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