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Nov 24th 05 "CJFL Update:
Congratulations to the 2005 Canadian Bowl Champs Edmonton Huskies
seems like every other Canadian Junior College team and Canadian University team
it called the Huskies, or so it would seem to this American Footie Reporter.
Anyway, my pick several weeks ago
the Edmonton Huskies 22, Saint Leonard’s Cougars 8. Both teams put up more
points as the
beat the Cougars, 34-15. Offencive Player of the Game was #32 Dathan Thomas of
the Huskies and Defencive Player of the Game was #50 Olivier Boileau of the
Cougars. Congratulations to the Huskies of Edmonton for the Championship and to
all the players of all the teams for another great season in the CJFL."
Wed, Nov 2nd, 05 "Moose's CJFL report! Blake Shaw,
a CDN footy player
from the CJFL Calgary Colts needs a new Heart!!!!!" Myk
Moose "The Canadian Bowl participants for the 2005 season are set: It's
the defending Champion
Edmonton Huskies v. the Saint Leonard Cougars, Nov. 12th in Montreal, Quebec
(of course). This will be the first time since 1965 that Edmonton has
faced an Eastern opponent in the CJFL Finals. The Cougars advanced in Ontario
by beating the Windsor AKO Fratmen, 44-7. The Huskies returned to the
Canadian Bowl by beating the South Fraser Rams, 57-3. Moose's Canadian Bowl
Pick: Edmonton 22, Saint Leonard 8." Moos
as also mentioned on
Total-CFL Discussion and Moose's sports email. I know Chance is also working on
very exciting project for release early in 2006. Lets hope someone with some
spare $$$ can help on this cause below." Myk Aussie
"Dear Myk Aussie;
I was wondering if you could help me get some exposure for this auction and
Quebec junior football on your great web site. I have some pictures as
well if you like to have them. Mr. Pistilli is helping me out as I go to school
in the Eastern Townships (Bishops College School and I am in 10th grade). I'm
trying to raise money for Blake Shaw as he needs a new heart." Chance Saint
absolutely Moose and I'll help promote this great cause! I've enjoyed watching
the Calgary Colts and other CJFL games. Footy mates all the details from Chance
are below" Myk
About Blake Shaw
Blake is currently in need of a heart transplant. He is 19 years-old and
he has had a pacemaker installed. He played football for the Calgary Colts
of the PFC last year. More information can be gotten from Blake's Mom
directly as Blake had to be airvac'd to a Calgary Hospital last week from
Medicine Hat. His Mom's telephone number will be made available upon
request. Please e-mail me and I will send it. email@example.com
"Chance Saint Marche
NEWS RELEASE - McCallum's Jinxed Shoes to help good cause...Again
Calgary (October 25, 2005) - Mr. Joe Pistilli, President of the Quebec
Junior Football League announced today that Paul McCallum's jinxed shoes, which
had previously been won on E-Bay by R. Chance Saint Marche, will be auctioned
off again for a second time. All funds will be donated directly to a young
junior football player who is in need of a heart transplant. The original
raised $3,050.00 and was split by Paul McCallum evenly between KidSport
Saskatchewan and the Tsunami Relief Fund.
"These shoes are the ones that were worn by Paul McCallum on November 14th,
2004 during the CFL Western Final between the Roughriders and the BC Lions"
stated Joe Pistilli. McCallum had missed two key field goals, including
the one 18 yarder, that had been mis-spotted by the game official, in overtime
that allowed the Lions to win.
McCallum's jinxed shoes have since had an interesting journey. They were
worn by kicker Nick Santos of the QJFL's Cumberland Panthers in a game against
the South Shore Monarx for promotional purposes this fall. "Nick is a
new player to the team this year and he was very honoured to wear the McCallum
shoes for this very special game day promotion" stated Don Stark, VP of
QJFL Football Operations. The shoes had recently been documented in
Mainland China Customs for shipment to Beijing, China where they would be worn
in a promotional poster
for Canadian football camps that are underwritten and sponsored by The Saint
Bernard Pass Charitable Foundation. "The shoes were ready to be
shipped to Beijing when I first heard about Blake Shaw and the Medicine Hat
Eagles Club Benefit. A couple of months after his stepfather died the
doctors discovered Blake needed a heart transplant. His heart has a now
had a pacemaker implanted and is only operating at 22%. I discussed the matter
with Mr. Pistilli and we
decided it would be best if I auctioned the shoes off and gave the money to
Blake's Benefit. This was more important than the need to promote Canadian
football in China right now" said Chance Saint Marche.
A deal was made whereby the QJFL would assist Saint Marche, due to his school
obligations, with the auction. Previously, Paul McCallum's helmet was
auctioned at this year's Wally Buono Award and the funds were donated to the
QJFL Bursary by Saint Marche.
"There were many bids last year for these shoes. I think people will
still be interested in them. I have thrown in my entire Grey Cup ticket
package and hotel reservation as an extra bonus to the winner." stated
Mr. Joe Pistilli
Note: All contact with Chance Saint Marche will need to go via his e-mail
My school only allows calls at certain hours of the evening so you will
need to e-mail me first and I'll call you back. I cannot afford to get in
trouble cause this is a strict school.
E-Bay You can find these tickets and shoes at "www.ebay.ca"
then put in "Grey Cup
Tickets." My ad is the one in purple with Paul McCallum's picture.
About R. Chance Saint Marche
Chance Saint Marche is a 15 year-old, tenth grader, attending private boarding
school in the Province of Quebec. He is the youngest Alumni of the
Gemological Institute of America (www.gia.edu)
where he holds a Accredited Jewelry Professional (A.J.P) Degree which he earned
at the age of 14. He is also a member of the International GIA Alumni
(Membership Number 111003471) since August of 2005 and a member of the American
Numismatic Association since 2002. In addition to this, Chance is the owner of
"School of Rock Entertainment" which is a newly launched marketing and
promotional company geared towards high school and university students.
About the Quebec Junior Football League
The Quebec Junior Football League is a national amateur football league
consisting of 8 teams playing in two provinces across eastern Canada. The teams
compete annually for the Manson Cup. This league has been in existence since
1908. It has had different names & teams over the years. Over the years it
has served many different geographic areas of Ontario & Quebec . The one
common denominator is that it has provided an excellent football program for
between 18 & 22 years of age. See www.qjfl.ca
for more information.
About the QJFL Educational Bursaries
Each year the QJFL awards educational bursaries at the QJFL Awards Dinner. The
value of the bursaries varies each year depending on the generosity of our
sponsors. Since the start of the bursary program in 1996 the league has been
able to award bursaries for a total value in excess of $33,000.00. Every
player who registers in the QJFL is eligible to apply for a bursary. The
decision of awarding a bursary has no relationship to a player's football
skills. The money for the bursary is paid directly to the institution that you
will be attending.
About Mr. Joe Pistilli
Mr. Joe Pistilli is the current president of the Quebec Junior Football League.
His resume is included below:
Volunteer experience in amateur football:
1963 to 1966 House announcer, secretary and general manager of Chateauguay
Ramblers – Quebec Senior Football League. League ceased operating at the end
1967 to 1969 - President of Chateauguay Ramblers for the Quebec Juvenile
Football League. Also worked as a referee for minor football in Chateauguay, QC.
1970 to 1975 - Commissioner of the Quebec Junior Football League. Also Eastern
Commissioner for CJFL 1973 and 1974. Vice President - Football Quebec 1975.
1973 to 1975 – Coached in Chateauguay minor football in the mosquito and
division. Also wrote a weekly report in French and English in the local papers.
1976 - President – Football Quebec and director for Football Canada.
1977 - Organized the Red Storey Roast during Grey Cup week. The event raised a
total of $20,000. for Football Canada and Football Quebec.
1977 to 1980 - Vice President Operations for Chateauguay Minor Football.
Responsible for all coaching, refereeing and all other volunteers involved with
1980 to 1985 - President Football Quebec and Director for Football Canada.
1986 to 1991 - Vice - President Administration for Football Canada.
1987 to 1988 - Director of Quebec Junior Football League.
1989 to 1991 - President of Chateauguay Raiders of the Quebec Junior Football
1992 to 1998 - President Football Canada.
1999 to 2000 - Past President on the Football Canada Board.
2001 to 2002 - Director Football Canada – Examination Committee.
2002 to present - President of the Quebec Junior Football League and Director at
Other activities related to football
1974 to 1985 - Worked with P.A. crew for Montreal Alouettes and back up
announcer. Had the honor in 1976 to announce the second game played at the
Olympic Stadium for the largest ever attendance at a CFL game 69,070 spectators.
1986 - Awarded the Football Canada / CFL award for service to amateur football
at A.G.M. in Moncton, N.B.
"Lets hope someone out there can put up some good $$$ for this cause."
Oct 25 05
Bowl will be hosted in a soon to be determined Ontarian City, to be played
on Nov. 12th, 2005. No, I can't make, so I won't even try to get Media.
B.C.F.C Standing (rest next
week! 18 Teams competing)
Vancouver Island 8-2-0
Simon Fraser 7-3-0
Vancouver Trojans 6-4-0
Okanagan 30, Abbotsford 13
Vancouver 36, Victoria 14
Vancouver Island 19, Simon Fraser 15" Moose
Oct 11 05
Scores from this past weekend:
Vancouver 29, Abbotsford 16
Ottawa Jr. Riders 28, London 7
Edmonton Huskies 33, Saskatoon 2
Edmonton Wildcats 46, Calgary Colts 28
South Fraser Rams 43, Victoria 37" Moose
Sept 28 05
Saskatoon, who will host the
2006 Vanier Cup, 21, Edmonton Wildcats 18
Edmonton Huskies 44, Calgary Colts 14
Winnipeg Rifles 28, Regina Rams 10
Saint Leonard Cougars 46,
Ottawa Jr. Riders 17
Okanagan Sun (me and Myk's favorites!) 42, Vancouver Trojans 35" Moose
Buono, Marv Levy and Vince Lombardi Jnr to visit Montreal"
BUONO, MARV LEVY AND VINCE LOMBARDI JR. TO VISIT MONTREAL
late Jeff Halvorson to be honoured at Canadian Junior Football banquet
Apr. 21, 2005 – Former Alouette and current B.C. Lions head coach and general
manager Wally Buono, former Alouettes and Buffalo Bills head coach Marv Levy,
and the son of legendary Green Bay Packers coach Vince Lombardi will all be in
Montreal this May 12 for the third annual Wally Buono Award Gala for Canadian
Junior Football at the Fairmount Queen Elizabeth Hotel.
late Jeff Halvorson of the Okanagan Sun will be recognized posthumously as the
Canadian Junior Football League’s best player in 2004. He died suddenly
following a practice with the Sun last season. Before his death last fall,
however, the running back dominated the CJFL with 899 yards gained and 13
touchdowns on 96 carries for an average of 9.4 yards-per-touch.
is the third winner of the Wally Buono Award, following Chris
Ciezki in 2004 and Al Giaclone in 2003. The trophy has been awarded each year
since 2003 to the top performer in either of the Canadian or Quebec leagues
which account for 25 teams across Canada.
third annual Wally Buono Award Gala in honour of Jeff Halvorson is Thursday, May
12 at 5:30 p.m. at the Fairmount Queen Elizabeth Hotel.
more information on the Quebec Junior Football League,
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were defeated by the
Edmonton Huskies in
the Canadian Bowl and it wasn't on Vancouver TV!
to the Edmonton Huskies in winning the CJFL Canadian Bowl 24-7 over the Okanagan
Kelly McBryan Huskies QB, who finished 18-for-33 for 263 yards and was named
offensive MVP. He was also the PFC MVP and offensive MVP this season.
Sun running back Jeff Halvorson was post-humously named the Canadian Junior
Football League's offensive MVP at an awards dinner Friday. The 21-year-old fell
at practice on September 1 after running light wind sprints and later
As reported a week ago Montreal, Quebec - The 2004 CJFL
Canadian Bowl will be produced by Canada's Signature Entertainment. The game
will be carried "live" on Shaw TV in most parts of western Canada
beginning at 1:00 PM MST on October 30th.
was great news I thought but not if you were in Vancouver! I couldn't believe it
I rush home at 12 noon Pammy's BC Lions time and Okanagan Sun time to watch this
telecast on Shaw TV and it damned well wasn't on! Damn it! Damn it! Damn it! So
I watched the CFL Tiger-Cats vs the Renegades and keep trying Shaw till 3pm only
to find rubbishy TV when they could have be showing this great footy game from
Commonwealth Stadium in Eskimoland.
parts of Western Canada but not Vancouver it seems! Well Shaw well Should have I
say! I hope to be doing
lots of MYKwebTV and reporting much more in 05 the CJFL." Myk Aussie
Oct 29 04 "Okanagan
Sun vs Edmonton Huskies! This
Entertainment to Produce the 2004 CJFL Canadian Bowl "Live" from
a post I made today on the Okanagan Sun website message Board.
Sun! Good luck to you guys playing on Saturdee in Eskimoland. I'm sure it will
be a great day and evening when you hopefully win!
The people producing the Telecast Richard and Christina St Marche from Signature
Entertainment are very fine people. I will definitely be watching the whole
telecast from me hotel room out here in Pammy's BC Lionland, Vancouver. I was
very close to making the trip to Eskimoland.
Go Sun! My favorite CJFL team and my favorite place in the World!
below for TV viewing details.
For Okanagan Sun website Click here
For MYKwebTV of the Sun
Entertainment to Produce the 2004 CJFL Canadian Bowl "Live" from
Commonwealth Stadium!" Myk Aussie
This is great news!
Montreal, Quebec - The 2004 CJFL
Canadian Bowl will be produced by Canada's Signature Entertainment. The game
will be carried "live" on Shaw TV in most parts of western Canada
beginning at 1:00 PM MST on October 30th. A schedule of the coverage footprint
and individual Shaw TV channels will be made available later this week. Jason
Gregor will be the broadcast's play-by-play commentator while former CFL head
coach Jim Barker and John Short will be the individual color analysts. The game
will also be broadcast locally in Edmonton on Shaw channel 18. The theme of this
year's broadcast will be "Remembering #34." At the end of each
quarter, Jeff Halvorson's jersey and helmet will be shown on the Signature
broadcast. "The decision to dedicate this broadcast to Jeff Halvorson, by
our company, needed to be handled with dignity and honor. To say nothing of the
man would have been unacceptable as he is a member of the Okanagan Sun Football
Club. We, at Signature, have taken a fair and balanced approach, as we realize
this day belongs equally to both the Huskies as well as the Sun." stated
Christina Saint Marche of Signature Entertainment.
The game will be broadcast under
the direction of Signature's Mike Visser and will include a special half time
show entitled "Lombardi: Run to Daylight." The show includes some
vintage Green Bay Packer and Lombardi footage. "This show is not something
that you would find on a NFL broadcast as it includes footage of both Vince Sr.
and Vince Jr, as well as footage from the original Acme Meat Packers, which was
the predecessor team to the current Green Bay Packers" added Signature's
archive curator, Art Murray. The 2004 CJFL Championship, like the 2002
Championship, will be donated by Signature Entertainment to the Canadian
Football Hall of Fame sometime in November. It will become part of the Hall's
"grassroots" project and will stand as part of the Hall's permanent
film archive. Contact: Signature Entertainment 1000 de la Gauchetiere West Suite
2400 Montreal, Quebec H3B 4W5 Canada 514.448.2173 Contact: Signature
Entertainment 14/F, IBM Tower - Pacific Century Place 2A Worker's Stadium Road
North Chao Yang District, Beijing 100027 People's Republic of China 011 86 10
6539 1244 Released: China Business Wire - Entertainment
Tues Sept 21,
update as I met up with the Okanagan Sun guys!
was great to chat to several Sun guys at Pammy's BC Place Saturday night. The
Champs from the best Western team in the CJFL were at the BC lions vs Eskimos
collecting money for the Jeff
Halvorson fund. Please refer below to some tragic news recently. I gladly threw
in $10 to the fund. Here is the page on the Sun site where you can still donate,
right hand side at the top Click
Champs from one of the very the best places in the world to live and visit had
another big win on the weekend Sun
51 Chilliwack 7. I also had a chat this week on email to the former Sun star QB
Zack Silverman. Zack features in my 1st ever MYKwebTV show and the 1st ever PC
TV streaming sports show in the World. Zack has unfortunately now retired from
football after playing in the CIS for the UBC. Check out CJFL
Sept 3, 04 "Jeff
Sun CJFL Star Running back dies at practice!
Total-CFL Discussion yesterday
"Very tragic event
reported on Global Vancouver news this morning. According to the report Okanagan
Sun star running back Jeff Halvorson collapsed and died at practice last night.
He apparently had complained of a sore shoulder and had spent most of the time
on the sidelines encouraging his team mates through the drills. Halvorson had
played for the Edmonton Wildcats in 2002 prior to jumping to the Sun. Halvorson
was 21 and according to some of the briefs on the Sun's website he was well on
his way to an outstanding season. Hambone
thanks for posting that. Very sad news. The report doesn't actually say what he
died from. Jeff was
obviously a very fine player reading down the report.
11th Congratulations to Jeff Halvorson, who was named the BCFC Offensive Player
of the Week. Jeff totaled 257 yards on 26 carries to go along with 4 touchdowns
on the night." Myk Aussie
"Indeed a sad story, Jeff has a wife and a little child also, that makes it
sad. Jeff still hold the
100 meter time in high school track and field in Alberta. Haven't
heard what the reason for the sudden death was. He was a major part of a
Suns team that is rolling over the opposition and is now 6-0. Talk
is the Sun will join the university ranks in 2006 as the Okanagan-ubc team"
"Since this morning I
heard Jeff was actually one of the pre-season finalists they were looking at for
the Wally Buono Award, a new award in the CJFL presented by Richard and
Christina St Marche from Signature Entertainment. They held a function at the
Red and White Club earlier this year in regards to this.
I also heard a week or so ago re Sun joining a new league so seems you could be
spot on. For more on
this tragic sports story please read the Sun website
" Myk Aussie
July 23 04 "CJFL, Canadian Junior Football League has started!
Moose I agree. We apologize to any
CJFL fans out there for not reporting on the start of the season. I met a few of
the Victoria Rebels guys at the BC Lions game 2 weeks ago. They were telling me
they are going to win The Canadian Bowl this year. I said what about my Okanagan
Sun mates. They reconfirmed telling me they are better than the Sun. We
will wait and see I suppose. Wow! Week 1 they may be right 51 to 11 over
CJFL Update By: Rich Salzer
I should be ashamed of myself. I
call myself Mr. World Footy and I forgot to bring you the CJFL scoop the last
few weeks. Folkes, the CJFL has been around for 97 years, even longer than the
CFL. An interesting thing I found out this week is that former Calgary Stampeder
Grey Cup hero Marvin (Big Daddy) Pope is Coach of the Regina Prairie Thunder of
the PF. Conference. Way to go Big Guy!
The Saskatoon Hilltops will be trying win an unprecedented fourth consecutive
Canadian Bowl CJFL Championship this year. Good luck to all 19 teams, and go
Okanagan Sun! The Conferences: BCFC: Teams: Abbotsford Air Force Chilliwack
Valley Huskies Okanagan Sun PFC: Teams: Calgary Colts Edmonton Huskies Edmonton
Wildcats Regina Prarie Thunder Saskatoon Hilltops Winnipeg Riffles OFC: Teams:
Burlington Braves London Beefeaters Ottwa Jr. Riders Saint Leonard Cougars
Week 1 Scores: South Fraser 27
hammered Chilliwack 1, Abbotsford 26 defeated Vancouver 14
Week 2 Scores: Okanagan 25
defeated Vancouver 7, Victoria 51 hammered Tri-City 3 Abbotsford 29 defeated
Fri, May 14 04,
Dec 24 "A Big CJFL Calgary Colts function!" Myk Aussie
Total-CFL Home Page News - I heard the Big footy show at the Stampeders Red and
White Club two weeks ago was a huge success with over 300 people attending. As
previously mentioned the tab to stage the 2nd annual Wally Buono Awards was
picked up by Richard and Christina Saint Marche. This included flying Wally in
from Vancouver along with bringing the Vince Lombardi Junior as the guest
Although invited I could not make the event due to my recent commitments in Lion
Land but this week Richard sent me a magnificent “Leadership book” written by
and personally signed by Vince Junior. Wow! Thanks Richard and Christina I’m
sure I will learn a lot about Vince the Legend Green Bay Packers coach. The
proceeds from the big event went to the CJFL Calgary Colts. Look for more great
CJFL News in 04 involving our new Calgary friends Richard and Christina from
England." Myk Aussie
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