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CJFL Gordon Currie Coach of the Year

12/01/2021, 9:00am PST
By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)

Three very deserving nominees

Photo courtesy of Wanda Harron Photography

The CJFL continues to hand out the end of the year awards today.  Up next is the CJFL Gordon Currie Coach of the Year.

The nominees are:

Mike LaChance – St. Clair Fratmen (8-0).  He led the Fratmen to another first place finish and home field advantage throughout the Ontario playoffs.  He’s named the Ontario Conference Coach of the Year for the second straight season.

Jamie Boreham – Okanagan Sun (7-1).  He led the Sun a second place finish in 2021 and led his club into the Cullen Cup championship game.

Scott MacAulay – Regina Thunder (8-0).  He led the Thunder to their first ever undefeated regular season and home field advantage throughout the Prairie Conference playoffs.

CJFL Rookie of the Year

11/30/2021, 8:45am PST
By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)

And the nominees are...

Photo courtesy of Honey Mustard Media

The CJFL continues to hand out the end of the year awards today.  Up next is the CJFL Rookie of the Year.

The nominees are:

Reece McCormick of the Regina Thunder - he was named the Prairie Conference Rookie of the Year with 16 tackles, 4 assisted tackles, and added 3 sacks;

Daniel Kubongo of the Langley Rams – he was named the BC Conference Rookie of the Year with 20 receptions for 634 yards and 5 touchdowns.  He also returned 19 punts for 280 yards.

Craig Gonsalves of the Quinte Skyhawks – he was named the Ontario Conference Rookie of the Year with 21 tackles, 6 sacks, 4 knockdowns, 3 forced fumbles, 1 fumble recovery.

CJFL Past Commissioners Award 2021

11/29/2021, 9:00am PST
By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)

A community service award for volunteering

The CJFL’s Past Commissioner’s Award is given out each year to one player that shows tremendous dedication to giving back to his community.  Now in its 20th season there have been several players across the League that has dedicated volunteer hours within the communities they call home.  Even though just one player is recognized with this award, each season there are some incredible stories on players giving back.  In 2021 this is no different as each Conference has a Community Award winner, who is automatically entered for the CJFL recognition.  See the nominees and their stories below.