The Kelowna Raiders and Armstrong Shamrocks will face off Wednesday night in Game 3 of the Rowcliffe Cup. -Image: Dene Moon Photography

Raiders down to last chance in final

Armstrong takes 2-0 lead in best of five senior men’s lacrosse final

The Kelowna Raiders are down to their last strike in the Thompson Okanagan Senior Lacrosse League final.

The Amstrong Shamrocks lead the best-of-five Rowcliffe Cup final two games to none following an 11-5 victory Friday at Kelowna’s Memoral Arena.

Game 3 goes Wednesday night at the NorVal Centre in Armstrong.

Once again, outstanding goaltending from the Raiders’ Graham Cousins kept the score relatively close throughout the game.

Steve Clark led the ‘Rocks in Game 2 with four goals and five assists.

Joe Brown led the charge for the Raiders with three spectacular goals, while veteran Pho Heng added a pair to round off the Raider’s scoring.

The Raiders accepted a challenge to play Armstrong in the final after the Kamloops Rattlers forfeited.

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