Canadian Bowl

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The Canadian Bowl is the championship of the Canadian Junior Football League. The three league champions participate in the playdowns for the championship. One champion receives a bye to the game, while the other two play off in the Jostens Cup. The bye rotates among the three conferences.

Canadian Bowl[edit]

Since 1989 the game has been known as the Canadian Bowl.

Date Winning Team Score Losing Team Score Locations
2013-11-09 Regina Thunder 55 Vancouver Island Raiders 26 Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field, Regina, Saskatchewan
2012-11-10 Saskatoon Hilltops 23 Langley Rams 21 McLeod Stadium, Langley, British Columbia
2011-11-14 Saskatoon Hilltops 29 Hamilton Hurricanes 1 Ivor Wynne Stadium, Hamilton, Ontario
2010-11-13 Saskatoon Hilltops 34 Vancouver Island Raiders 23 Griffiths Stadium, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
2009-11-14 Vancouver Island Raiders 51 Edmonton Wildcats 14 Caledonia Park, Nanaimo, British Columbia
2008-11-08 Vancouver Island Raiders 35 Burlington Braves 8 Nelson Stadium, Burlington, Ontario
2007-11-03 Saskatoon Hilltops 26 St. Leonard Cougars 3 Canad Inns Stadium, Winnipeg, Manitoba
2006-11-11 Vancouver Island Raiders 27 Edmonton Wildcats 26 Caledonia Park, Nanaimo, British Columbia
2005-11-12 Edmonton Huskies 34 St. Leonard Cougars 15 Stade Hebert, Montreal, Quebec
2004-10-30 Edmonton Huskies 24 Okanagan Sun 7 Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton, Alberta
2003-11-08 Saskatoon Hilltops 59 Victoria Rebels 0 Exhibition Stadium, Chilliwack, British Columbia
2002-11-16 Saskatoon Hilltops 20 St. Leonard Cougars 18 Stade Hebert, Montreal, Quebec
2001-11-04 Saskatoon Hilltops 45 Okanagan Sun 11 Foote Field, Edmonton, Alberta
2000-11-11 Okanagan Sun 36 Saskatoon Hilltops 28 Apple Bowl, Kelowna, British Columbia
1999-11-13 Windsor AKO Fratmen 32 Okanagan Sun 29 Windsor Stadium, Windsor, Ontario
1998-11-14 Regina Rams 36 Okanagan Sun 13 Taylor Field, Regina, Saskatchewan
1997-11-08 Regina Rams 23 Okanagan Sun 20 (OT) Apple Bowl, Kelowna, British Columbia
1996-11-09 Saskatoon Hilltops 38 Windsor AKO Fratmen 7 Windsor Stadium, Windsor, Ontario
1995-11-11 Regina Rams 26 Ottawa Sooners 10 Frank Clair Stadium, Ottawa, Ontario
1994-11-12 Regina Rams 52 St. Leonard Cougars 11 Stade Hebert, Montreal, Quebec
1993-11-13 Regina Rams 23 Hamilton Hurricanes 11 Taylor Field, Regina, Saskatchewan
1992-11-14 Ottawa Sooners 35 Surrey Rams 18 Lansdowne Park, Ottawa, Ontario
1991-11-09 Saskatoon Hilltops 48 Ottawa Sooners 7 Gordie Howe Bowl, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
1990-11-10 Calgary Colts 50 Windsor AKO Fratmen 15 Windsor Stadium, Windsor, Ontario
1989-11-12 Calgary Colts 23 Burlington Jr. Tiger-Cats 6 McMahon Stadium, Calgary, Alberta

Armadale Cup[edit]

From 1974 to 1988 the Canadian championship was known as the Armadale Cup.

Date Winning Team Score Losing Team Score Locations
1988-11-12 Okanagan Sun 50 Burlington Jr. Tiger-Cats 0 Burlington, Ontario
1987-11-15 Regina Rams 31 St. Vital Mustangs 23 Taylor Field, Regina, Saskatchewan
1986-11-15 Regina Rams 53 Ottawa Sooners 12 Taylor Field, Regina, Saskatchewan
1985-11-9 Saskatoon Hilltops 29 Ottawa Sooners 11 Frank Clair Stadium, Ottawa, Ontario
1984-11-10 Ottawa Sooners 46 Richmond Raiders 23 Kelowna, British Columbia
1983-11-12 Edmonton Wildcats 30 Ottawa Sooners 11 Windsor, Ontario

External links[edit]

  • CJFL Team Standings 1887-2011[1]