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Saturday, 12 August 2017 21:24

Bombers thrash Tiger Cats

It may not have been as entertaining as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers past two wins, but this time, the Bombers thrashed their opponents, the Hamilton Tiger Cats, 39-12.

The Bombers never trailed in the game as Justin Medlock hit field goal after field goal totalling 18 points, until the Bombers offence went all the way down the field in impressive fashion, capped off by a fantastic catch by Darvin Adams.

Andrew Harris chipped in 107 yards on 14 carries for the Bombers, while Adams had 83 yards on six receptions.

Matt Nichols went 25-35 for 267 yards.

With the win, the Bombers moved to 5-2, while the Tiger Cats have yet to win a game as they dropped to 0-7.

Next up for the Bombers is a date with the best team in the league, the Edmonton Eskimos on Thursday evening at 7:30 at Investors Group Field.

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Kings Lose Thriller Against Flyers

Saturday, 21 October 2017 21:42
Kings Lose Thriller Against Flyers

It was a game that came down to the last second, and a thriller but the Dauphin Kings fell just short as the Flyers beat the Kings, 2-1 on Saturday night at Credit Union Place.

Bombers lose heartbreaker to Argonauts, 29-28

Saturday, 21 October 2017 20:51
Bombers lose heartbreaker to Argonauts, 29-28

It was a game the Winnipeg Blue Bombers will surely want to forget quickly, as they missed a game-winning field goal as the Argonauts stole the game, 29-28.

Bombers set to take on Argonauts

Saturday, 21 October 2017 13:40
Bombers set to take on Argonauts

When the Winnipeg Blue Bombers hook up with the Toronto Argonauts this afternoon, the Bombers will play without their best receiver, and defender, something that the club will have to get used to, because Maurice Legget and Darvin Adams are out for the rest of the season.

KINGS WIN! KINGS WIN! KINGS WIN!

Friday, 20 October 2017 22:16
KINGS WIN! KINGS WIN! KINGS WIN!

The Dauphin Kings came into Friday's matchup with the Winnipeg Blues riding a three-game losing streak, but after 60 minutes of great hockey, that's changed as the Kings beat the Blues, 4-1.