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
Nov 12, 2016 Saskatoon Hilltops 37 Westshore Rebels 25 Westhills Stadium, Langford, British Columbia
Nov 7, 2015 Saskatoon Hilltops 38 Okanagan Sun 24 Saskatoon Minor Football Field, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Nov 8, 2014 Saskatoon Hilltops 39 Langley Rams 14 McLeod Stadium, Langley, British Columbia
Nov 9, 2013 Regina Thunder 55 Vancouver Island Raiders 26 Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field, Regina, Saskatchewan
Nov 10, 2012 Saskatoon Hilltops 23 Langley Rams 21 McLeod Stadium, Langley, British Columbia
Nov 14, 2011 Saskatoon Hilltops 29 Hamilton Hurricanes 1 Ivor Wynne Stadium, Hamilton, Ontario
Nov 13, 2010 Saskatoon Hilltops 34 Vancouver Island Raiders 23 Griffiths Stadium, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Nov 14, 2009 Vancouver Island Raiders 51 Edmonton Wildcats 14 Caledonia Park, Nanaimo, British Columbia
Nov 8, 2008 Vancouver Island Raiders 35 Burlington Braves 8 Nelson Stadium, Burlington, Ontario
Nov 3, 2007 Saskatoon Hilltops 26 St. Leonard Cougars 3 Canad Inns Stadium, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Nov 11, 2006 Vancouver Island Raiders 27 Edmonton Wildcats 26 Caledonia Park, Nanaimo, British Columbia
Nov 12, 2005 Edmonton Huskies 34 St. Leonard Cougars 15 Stade Hebert, Montreal, Quebec
Oct 30, 2004 Edmonton Huskies 24 Okanagan Sun 7 Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton, Alberta
Nov 8, 2003 Saskatoon Hilltops 59 Victoria Rebels 0 Exhibition Stadium, Chilliwack, British Columbia
Nov 16, 2002 Saskatoon Hilltops 20 St. Leonard Cougars 18 Stade Hebert, Montreal, Quebec
Nov 4, 2001 Saskatoon Hilltops 45 Okanagan Sun 11 Foote Field, Edmonton, Alberta
Nov 11, 2000 Okanagan Sun 36 Saskatoon Hilltops 28 Apple Bowl, Kelowna, British Columbia
Nov 13, 1999 Windsor AKO Fratmen 32 Okanagan Sun 29 Windsor Stadium, Windsor, Ontario
Nov 14, 1998 Regina Rams 36 Okanagan Sun 13 Taylor Field, Regina, Saskatchewan
Nov 8, 1997 Regina Rams 23 Okanagan Sun 20 (OT) Apple Bowl, Kelowna, British Columbia
Nov 9, 1996 Saskatoon Hilltops 38 Windsor AKO Fratmen 7 Windsor Stadium, Windsor, Ontario
Nov 11, 1995 Regina Rams 26 Ottawa Sooners 10 Taylor Field, Regina, Saskatchewan
Nov 12, 1994 Regina Rams 52 St. Leonard Cougars 11 Stade Hebert, Montreal, Quebec
Nov 13, 1993 Regina Rams 23 Hamilton Hurricanes 11 Taylor Field, Regina, Saskatchewan
Nov 14, 1992 Ottawa Sooners 35 Surrey Rams 18 Lansdowne Park, Ottawa, Ontario
Nov 9, 1991 Saskatoon Hilltops 48 Ottawa Sooners 7 Gordie Howe Bowl, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Nov 10, 1990 Calgary Colts 50 Windsor AKO Fratmen 15 Windsor Stadium, Windsor, Ontario
Nov 12, 1989 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
Nov 12, 1988 Okanagan Sun 50 Burlington Jr. Tiger-Cats 0 Burlington, Ontario
Nov 15, 1987 Regina Rams 31 St. Vital Mustangs 23 Taylor Field, Regina, Saskatchewan
Nov 15, 1986 Regina Rams 53 Ottawa Sooners 12 Taylor Field, Regina, Saskatchewan
Nov 9, 1985 Saskatoon Hilltops 29 Ottawa Sooners 11 Frank Clair Stadium, Ottawa, Ontario
Nov 10, 1984 Ottawa Sooners 46 Richmond Raiders 23 Kelowna, British Columbia
Nov 12, 1983 Edmonton Wildcats 30 Ottawa Sooners 11 Windsor, Ontario
Nov 13, 1982 Renfrew Trojans 46 Montreal Jr. Concordes 0 Vancouver, British Columbia
Nov 14, 1981 Regina Rams 46 Hamilton Hurricanes 24 Hamilton, Ontario
Nov 8, 1980 Regina Rams 26 Hamilton Hurricanes 24 Regina, Saskatchewan
Nov 10, 1979 Ottawa Sooners 13 Regina Rams 9 Hamilton, Ontario
Nov 19, 1978 Saskatoon Hilltops 24 Ottawa Sooners 4 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Nov 20, 1977 Edmonton Wildcats 28 Hamilton Hurricanes 0 Hamilton, Ontario
Nov 13, 1976 Regina Rams 45 Hamilton Hurricanes 23 Regina, Saskatchewan
Nov 16, 1975 Regina Rams 38 Hamilton Hurricanes 19 Hamilton, Ontario
Nov 23, 1974 Ottawa Sooners 17 Vancouver Meralomas 4 Vancouver, British Columbia

Leader Post trophy[edit]

From 1908 to 1973 the Canadian championship was known as the Leader Post trophy.

Date Winning Team Score Losing Team Score Locations
Nov 10, 1973 Regina Rams 9 Ottawa Sooners 0 Ottawa, Ontario
Nov 11, 1972 Hamilton Hurricanes 33 Regina Rams 8 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Nov 13, 1971 Regina Rams 42 Burlington Braves 13 Hamilton, Ontario
Nov 13, 1970 Regina Rams 39 Burlington Braves 8 Regina, Saskatchewan
Nov 15, 1969 Saskatoon Hilltops 28 Ottawa Sooners 7 Ottawa, Ontario
Nov 11, 1968 Saskatoon Hilltops 27 Ottawa Sooners 19 Edmonton, Alberta
Nov 12, 1967 Edmonton Wildcats 29 Burlington Braves 6 Regina, Saskatchewan
Nov 11, 1966 Regina Rams 29 NDG Maple Leafs 14 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Nov 21, 1965 NDG Maple Leafs 2 Edmonton Huskies 1 Montreal, Quebec
Nov 11, 1964 Edmonton Huskies 48 NDG Maple Leafs 27 Calgary, Alberta
Nov 16, 1963 Edmonton Huskies 47 NDG Maple Leafs 3 Calgary, Alberta
Nov 24, 1962 Edmonton Huskies 7 NDG Maple Leafs 3 Hamilton, Ontario
Nov 15, 1961 St. James Rods 16 Rosemount Bombers 13 Calgary, Alberta
Nov 19, 1960 Rosemount Bombers 22 Saskatoon Hilltops 20 Montreal, Quebec
Nov 21, 1959 Saskatoon Hilltops 46 North York Knight 7 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Nov 23, 1958 Saskatoon Hilltops 18 NDG Maple Leafs 14 Montreal, Quebec
Nov 23, 1957 Toronto Parkdale Lions 19 Winnipeg Rods 13 Winnipeg, Manitoba
Nov 18, 1956 Winnipeg Rods 21 Toronto Parkdale Lions 10 Toronto, Ontario
Nov 19, 1955 Winnipeg Rods 19 Windsor AKO Fratmen 13 Winnipeg, Manitoba
Nov 20, 1954 Windsor AKO Fratmen 13 Winnipeg Rods 9 Windsor, Ontario
Nov 21, 1953 Saskatoon Hilltops 34 Windsor AKO Fratmen 6 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Nov 22, 1952 Windsor AKO Fratmen 15 Edmonton Wildcats 12 Windsor, Ontario
Nov 17, 1951 Hamilton Jr Tiger-Cats 21 Edmonton Maple Leafs 1 Edmonton, Alberta
Nov 18, 1950 Hamilton Jr Tiger-Cats 14 Vancouver Blue Bombers 5 Hamilton, Ontario
Nov 20, 1949 Hamilton Jr Tiger-Cats 14 Vancouver Blue Bombers 11 Vancouver, British Columbia
Nov 20, 1948 Hamilton Jr Tiger-Cats 23 Saskatoon Hilltops 10 Hamilton, Ontario
Jan 1, 3, 1948 Vancouver Blue Bombers 19 Hamilton Jr Tigers 8 Vancouver, British Columbia
1946 no championship
1945 no championship due to world war 2
1944 no championship due to world war 2
1943 no championship due to world war 2
1942 no championship due to world war 2
1941 no championship due to world war 2
1940 no championship due to world war 2
1939 no championship due to world war 2
Dec 3, 1938 Regina Dales 4 Montréal Westmounts 3 Montreal, Quebec

External links[edit]

  • CJFL Team Standings 1887-2011[1]