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Mind of McCabe: Let’s talk CFL ratio

Mind of McCabe: Let’s talk CFL ratio

March 25, 2019 at 6:45 amby 0 comments

I didn’t think I’d be sitting here talking about the CFL ratio rules when the CBA talks were first announced. Throughout my life there’s always been thinly veiled threats of the Canadian ratio being reduced, but this recent wave of news feels different. To be honest I was ready toRead More

Tournois de Flag Football en collaboration avec la CFL et la NFL samedi le 7 Octobre 2017 à Montreal.
Photo: Dominick Gravel 
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CFL pledeges more than $3 million for amateur football

March 20, 2018 at 12:28 pmby 0 comments

Member Clubs and the league building on the investment in tackle, touch and flag football in 2017 WINNIPEG (March 20, 2018) — The Canadian Football League (CFL) and its member clubs pledged to donate more than $3 million to amateur football this season, it was announced today. “Football makes aRead More

TSN 1040: Talking amateur football – Jim Mullin, Farhan Lalji, and Matthew Sekeres

TSN 1040: Talking amateur football – Jim Mullin, Farhan Lalji, and Matthew Sekeres

July 27, 2017 at 5:50 amby 0 comments

KCU host Jim Mullin joined Matthew Sekeres and Farhan Lalji on TSN Radio Vancouver talking amateur football in… https://t.co/m2CsRa282p — Jim Mullin (@Jim_Mullin) July 26, 2017

Krown Countdown U: Barette talks state of amateur football in Canada

Krown Countdown U: Barette talks state of amateur football in Canada

April 17, 2017 at 5:50 amby 0 comments

Krown Countdown U : April 12 “National Roundtable” with Lee Barette (canadafootballchat.com)

Football BC announces all amateur leagues to play eight-down football

Football BC announces all amateur leagues to play eight-down football

April 2, 2014 at 6:10 amby 0 comments

Beginning in the 2014 season, all leagues are now mandated to play eight-down football rather than the customary three-down football played at the BC Community Football Association and BC Football Conference level, or the four-down football played at the BC High School Football level. “After careful consultation with our competitionRead More