CJFL Offensive POW


Running Back – #31 Victor St. Pierre-Lavoilette – Regina Thunder

The Regina Thunder finished the regular season in convincing fashion with a 29-6 win over the Huskies.  On the ground the Thunder dominated with 300 yards, led by the Offensive Player of the Week Victor St. Pierre-Lavoilette.  The Brandon Manitoba native carried 28 times for 216 yards and three touchdowns.  He at the Thunder host the Calgary Colts in the PFC semi-final on Sunday afternoon.
Defensive Player of the Week

CJFL Defensive POW


Defensive Back – #8 Braedy Will – Winnipeg Rifles

For the second straight week defensive back Braedy Will of the Winnipeg Rifles had an outstanding game in the regular season finale and is named the Defensive Player of the Week.   The Winnipeg native intercepted three consecutive passes from the Wildcats quarterback, an unbelievable stat!   He also made four tackles, blocked a kick and had a knockdown.  The Rifles will visit the Saskatoon Hilltops on Sunday in the PFC semi-final

CJFL Special Teams POW


Kicker – #74 Brad Mikoluff – Winnipeg Rifles

Without the leg of the Special Teams Player of the Week, the Winnipeg Rifles may not have recorded their fourth win of the season.  Kicker Brad Mikoluff collected three singles against the Wildcats, in the Rifles three point win.  He also punted seven times, netting 309 yards.  His five kick-offs travelled 130 net yards. The Rifles will visit the Saskatoon Hilltops on Sunday in the PFC semi-final.

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