2002 C.A.M.F.A. Football Trivia Quiz

The first C.A.M.F.A. registered player to e-mail us the correct answer to the most recent question below will win Canadian Football League, Atlantic University Football or Capital Area Minor Football Association merchandise such as hats, toques, T-shirts, drinking mugs, etc.. No player can win more than once during the season. Our e-mail address is president @capitalareafootball.nb.ca .

Question #7  (Posted October 23, 2002)

What player just broke the CFL record for number of career pass receptions?

Answer: Darren Flutie, Hamilton Tiger-Cats

Winner: Steven Basque, Leo Hayes Junior Lions


Question #6  (Posted September 30, 2002)

The "Vanier Cup Game" , for the Canadian University Football Championship is played annually in what city?

Answer: Toronto

Winner: Dakota Vandine, Leo Hayes Junior Lions

Prize: Montreal Alouettes hat

Question #5  (Posted September 26, 2002)

Who was the Capital Area's  "Most Outstanding Junior Varsity Player" in 2001?

Answer: Kyle Currie, Fredericton Junior Black Kats

Winner: Brandon Legacy, Oromocto Alouettes

Prize: Capital Area T-Shirt

Question #4  (Posted September 24, 2002)

What city is hosting the 2002 Grey Cup game?

Answer: Edmonton

Winner: Luke Megarity, Leo Hayes Junior Lions

Prize: Montreal Alouettes hat

Question #3  (Posted September 21, 2002)

Who is the Head Coach of the Mount Allison University Mounties football team?

Answer: Scott Fawcett

Winner: Joey Horncastle, Oromocto Leopards

Prize: Calgary Stampeders hat

Question #2  (Posted September 14, 2002)

Who was Football New Brunswick's 2001 "Bantam Volunteer of the Year"?

Answer: Leonard Gervais, Head Coach of Leo Hayes Junior Lions

Winner: Mike McCarthy, Leo Hayes Junior Lions

Prize: Winnipeg Blue Bombers hat

Question #1  (Posted September 8, 2002)

The Canadian Football League added a new team this year. Who are they?

Answer: Ottawa Renegades

Winner: Shawn Reid, Oromocto Grizzlies

Prize: Winnipeg Blue Bombers hat