Ron Jay is one of a generation of exceptional boxla players who developed in Ontario, but shared their prowess as a Senior player on the west coast.
Born in Peterborough (ON), Ron was a star athlete in hockey, lacrosse and football, managing to stand out as both a coach and a player before he was eighteen years old. He scored 86 points in his final year of Junior lacrosse (1957), before leaving for Victoria, where he enjoyed eleven seasons with the Shamrocks.
Jay scored 383 goals and 245 assists (628 points) in 327 games – with an additional 28 goals and 13 assists with Peterborough.
Ron was inducted into the Shamrock Wall of Fame in 2010.
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- Parent Category: Honoured Member
- Category: Veteran