2018 - #26 - Kevin Alexander
From 1979 to 1986, Kevin Alexander was among the best goal scorers not only for the Shamrocks but for any team in the league. He won the League Scoring Championship five times (1980, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1985) and was named to seven All-Star Teams. In 300 games with the Shamrocks, Alexander amassed an astounding 1,381 points with 797 goals and 584 assists - an average pace of 4.6 points per game.
Inducted into the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1991, the Greater Victoria Sports Hall of Fame in 1997, and the BC Sports Hall of Fame in 2013, the Victoria Shamrocks are honoured to have #26 hanging from the rafters since 2018.
2017 - #5 - Ranjit Dillon
In 1966, fans cheered on the Rookie of the Year with the fast feet and outstanding stick skills, and in 1979, he retired in style, helping the Shamrocks break their 22-year national championship drought. Dillon was named to eight All-Star Teams, and in addition to the nod for Rookie of the Year, he claimed the League Scoring Title just one year later in 1967. He holds the record for most games played for the Shamrocks, with 443 games, in which he scored 450 goals and was tagged with 788 assists.
Inducted into the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1984, and the Greater Victoria Sports Hall of Fame in 2005, the Victoria Shamrocks were honoured to be able to retire #5 and display it proudly in 2017.
2016 - #8 - Whitey Severson
After a couple years playing at the Senior "A" level, Fred "Whitey" Severson quickly found himself a home with the Victoria Shamrocks in 1951, staying with the club through the 1963 season. The first player in the Inter-City Lacrosse League to play in more than 100 games, the first to tally 500 assists, and the first to record 1,000 points, Severson was a part of the first two Shamrocks Mann Cup championships, in 1955 and 1957 - the latter as a player-coach. He is also one of few in Canadian lacrosse to have played, coached, and refereed a Mann Cup.
Inducted into the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1970, and the Greater Victoria Sports Hall of Fame in 2012, the Victoria Shamrocks were honoured to retire #8 in 2016, the first ever jersey retirement for the club.