Thursday, December 29, 2016

Seattle Saracens BC Premier League Schedule

The Seattle Saracens are preparing for a brutal spring schedule in the BC Premier League, arguably the top club competition in North America. The Saracens earned a spot in the competition after finishing in fourth place in the Mainland Cup during the fall. Burnaby Lake won that competition's regular season with a perfect record. Seattle kick off their season against the Castaway Wanderers, one of three teams from Vancouver Island, on January 28th. They then go on the road for two fixtures before their big home match against UBC on February 25th. That mat has turned into a fantastic rivalry. They will have a bye week for the Vegas 7s and the entire competition has the week off for the Vancouver 7s.

The women's team currently sit in first place halfway through the Women's Premier Division season. Their only blemish of the fall came against Westshore who they will open up their spring season against on February 11th. The team will be adjusting having lost Kelsi Stockert to Eagles 7s duty.

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Jan. 28th--Castaway Wanderers
Feb. 4th--at UBCOB
Feb. 11th--Holiday Break
Feb. 18th--at Burnaby Lake
Feb. 25th--UBC
March 4th--Vegas 7s
March 11th--Vancouver 7s
March 18th--Capilano
March 25th--UVic
April 1st--at James Bay
April 8th--at Vancouver Rowing Club
April 15th--Easter
April 22nd--Playoffs
April 29th--Playoffs
May 6th--Finals


Feb. 11th--at Westshore
Feb. 18th--at Burnaby Lake
Feb. 25th--at Castaway Wanderers
March 11th--Vancouver 7s
March 18th--Capilano
March 25th--at Cowichan
April 1st--Cowichan
April 8th--Capilano
April 15th--Easter
April 22nd--Burnaby
April 29th--Semi-finals
May 6th--Finals

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