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CJFL Player to Watch

By Ryan Watters 04/11/2024, 8:15am PDT

Isaiah Edwards of the Langley Rams

The Langley Rams are excited about their team this upcoming season and receiver Isaiah Edwards is a big reason why.

He’ll enter this second and final season with the Rams and expectations are high after he caught 36 passes for 550 yards, a 15.3 yards per catch average and hauled in six touchdowns a year ago.

The 6’2, 190-pound receiver is a CJFL Player to Watch in 2024!

What is your strength?

My strength is catching everything, creating space on the field and making plays for my team.

What is your personal goal this upcoming season? 

My personal goal is to be an All Canadian. Obviously winning a national championship is the most important to all of us on the team, but I think I have upped my game a lot, so I am excited to show that.

What has been your favourite game to play in the CJFL?

I’ve only played one season, but it was our first game against Westshore last year, we were the underdogs and only lost by a touchdown which they scored at the end of the game.  We battled hard against the eventual Conference champs. 

Personally, what has been your favourite play so far in your CJFL career? 

In our first game of the season last year against Valley, we were losing in the fourth quarter.  Our offence drove the field and I caught a touchdown pass to bring us to within a point.

Edwards and the Rams open the season on Saturday July 20 on the road when they visit the Okanagan Sun. 


Quest For Cullen Begins

By Ryan Watters 04/04/2024, 11:00am PDT

The BC Conference announces their 2024 schedule

The CJFL and BC Conference (BCFC) are proud to announce their 2024 regular season schedule that will see the seven-member Conference open play on Saturday July 20th with a full slate of games.

The defending Cullen Cup champion Westshore Rebels will open their title defence on the road when they visit the Kamloops Broncos at 7:00pm.  Earlier in the day the VI Raiders will travel to Prince George for date with the Kodiaks then the Langley Rams welcome the Okanagan Sun that night. 

The teams will play a 10-game regular season schedule concluding on October 5th.  The Conference playoffs will open the following weekend with a pair of semi-finals before the Conference final Cullen Cup game scheduled for Saturday October 19th. 

The winner of the Cullen Cup will travel to the winner of the Prairie Conference for the CJFL National Semi-Final game the following week.  The winner of that game will head to Ontario for the 2024 Canadian Bowl on November 9th.