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2016-10-04


Western is one of three teams fighting for first in the West while the battle is the East is for spots three through seven.

Battles are shaping up in both conferences of CUFLA through Week 4. In the West, the usual suspects are in a tight contest for first place. Brock (6-1), Western (5-1) and Guelph (5-1) are neck and neck for the top seed.

The East looks like it will see a showdown for first place between Trent (9-0) and McGill (6-1) on Sunday October 23 in Montreal when the teams meet for a rematch of the Excalibur's exciting 10-9 win over the Redmen back on September 17. No one else is threatening those two conference leaders, but the competition for third through seventh is tight.

Bishop's (3-4), Ottawa (3-4) and Queen's (3-5) are tied with six points each. Nipissing (2-6) sits two points back of those three but has finished its season series with Trent and McGill while all the others play at least one of the leaders before the schedule concludes. Carleton is 1-7 but will be lurking ready to pounce if a team stumbles.

Below are the full results for Week 4 in CUFLA. Go to the schedule page of the web site to find game summaries and see who plays whom the rest of the way.

Wednesday September 28
McMaster 7, Laurier 6

Friday September 30
Carleton 8, Ottawa 6
Western 18, McMaster 6

Saturday October 1
Laurentian 18, Toronto 14
Queen's 12, Carleton 8
McGill 14, Ottawa 7
Brock 16, Laurier 4 (Brock game story)
Trent 18, Nipissing 11

Sunday October 2
Queen's 10, Bishop's 8
Trent 14, Nipissing 8
Guelph 20, Laurentian 5
McGill 1, Carleton 0 (forfeit)
Toronto 12, McMaster 5




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