2009 CAMFA News Archive

Fredericton Junior Black Kats
2009 Maritime Bantam Champions

Bliss Carman Eagles
2009 New Brunswick PeeWee Champions


Football Gets in on the Action: FSI 09

Murphy's Law Works in Junior Black Kats Favour

Bombers Claim AFL's First Title

AFL Final: Historic Clash

Expansion on the Horizon for AFL?

Bombers Success Story

Maritime Pursuits for Local Footballers

Kats, Eagles Soar to Grid Titles

Provincial Bantam Football Semi-Final

Provincial PeeWee Football Semi-Final

 AFL Semi-Final Cancelled

Bombers Drop One to Raiders


Seawolves Record Soggy Win over Bombers

Bombers to Build Around Local Talent

Hubbard Big for Bombers

Can Bombers Build on Opening Night Success?

Black Kats Pay Tribute to Former Star McCullough

McCullough Has Message for Kats: Beat Blues

McCullough's No. 92 for All Time


Bombers Football Big Hit on Opening Night

Giving It The Boot

Philips Screws Up Storybook Ending

University Football Lures 2,300 Fans to First Game Dollimore Says Red Bombers "Just Want to Win"
Red Bombers Return to UNB Today Red Bombers Back on the Gridiron Saturday Night
UNB Finally Ready for Kickoff A New Set of Downs for the Red Bombers


AFL Blueprint for Success: A Passion for Football

UNB Teams to Compete in Inaugural Season of AFL

Time to Sign Up for Minor Football Teams

Part of Acadia's Football Foundation

Lessons On and Off the Field at Grid Camp

2009 Future Stars Football Camp

Football Rivals for a Day


Sharing a Passion for Pigskin

Gladiator Gillingham Heading to Mount A

Murphy and Stewart Part of U15 Flag Team N.B.

McIntyre a Top Dog for Grid Gladiators

Thomas Named Jr. World Championship All-Star 


Cody Stewart: Oozing With Potential

No Doubting Thomas in Junior Football

Hickey Hones His Game

Red Bombers Poised to Play Football at UNB

Lady Gladiators Will Take Another Kick at It


Footballers Vying for Chance to Shine on World Stage

Dave Skillen: Pro Dream that Much Closer

Upward Mobility-Men's Gladiators

McCullough Plans to be Back in CFL


Hicks Top Rookie for Football Mounties

N.B. Players Invited to Junior National Team Tryout

UNB Red Bombers Part of Proposed Grid League

Contagious Enthusiasm: Pinball Clemons

2008 News Archive

Congratulations to Our 2009 Capital Area Champions
 and Award Winners:

12 Man Bantam:
Fredericton Junior Black Kats

8 Man Bantam:
Fredericton Junior Black Kats

Middle School: Bliss Carman Eagles
Mosquito:  New Maryland Rams

Squirt: Fredericton Tiger-Cats

Mite: Fredericton X-Men

Girls Tackle: Outlaws

Vince Sturgeon, Northside Junior Lions
2009 Capital Area Minor Football Association
"Coach of the Year"
Ed Noble
2009 Capital Area Minor Football Association
"Volunteer of the Year"
Fredericton Junior Black Kats
2009 Maritime Bantam Champions

Bliss Carman Eagles
2009 New Brunswick PeeWee Champions
2009 Football New Brunswick
Volunteer of the Year-Bantam: Vince Sturgeon
Philippe Long
2009 Football New Brunswick
15 & Under Pass, Punt and Kick Champion
2009 Football New Brunswick
Volunteer of the Year-PeeWee: Ewart Kenney
2009 Football New Brunswick
Volunteer of the Year-Female Football: 
Michelle Harrison
2009 Football New Brunswick
Volunteer of the Year-Flag/Touch Football:
 Robert Touchie
2009 Football New Brunswick
  Lifetime Service Award: Ewart and Sandra Kenney


Fredericton's Jacob Thomas was a member of the
 Canadian Team competing in the inaugural International Federation
 of American Football World Junior Championship held in 
Canton, Ohio from June 27 to July 5, 2009.
He was selected as a member of the tournament's second all-star team.

IFAF Junior World Championship Website

Team Canada Website

Team Canada Coaching Staff

International Federation of American Football Website

Football Canada Website


Flag football: Representing New Brunswick at the NFL/CFL national flag football championships for boys and girls between the ages of 12-17 July 24-26 at Carleton University in Ottawa is the team including, front, Marcus Whittingham of Saint John (manager), second row, from left: Elliot Vautour of Saint John (alternate), Tyler Thorne of Saint John, Frederick Hammond of Saint John and Aaron Barker of Saint John (alternate), back row, from left: Darcy Barker of Saint John (coach), Blake Murphy of Fredericton, Nicholas Beale of Saint John, Mark Stewart of Fredericton and Kane Price of Saint John. The team competes in the U15 division with games against Ontario, Quebec, P.E.I. and Nova Scotia. The team leaves July 23 for Ottawa.


Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario

Fri. July 24
5:00 PM
Quebec   21
PEI   12
Ontario   61
New Brunswick  0

Sat. July 25

PEI  13
Nova Scotia  18
New Brunswick  12
Quebec  31
New Brunswick  27
PEI  26
Nova Scotia  0
Ontario  41
British Columbia  12
Saskatchewan  34
Alberta  13
Manitoba  42
Ontario    61
PEI  6
Nova Scotia  8
Quebec  34
Alberta  26
Saskatchewan  20
Manitoba  18
British Columbia  36
Quebec  12
Ontario  26
Nova Scotia  19
New Brunswick  8
Manitoba  28
Saskatchewan  19
Alberta  14
British Columbia  51
Quarter Finals
B.C. (West 1)   40
N.B. (East 4)    24
Quebec (East 2)   33
Alberta (West 3)   25
Ontario (East 1)   44
Sask. (West 4)   14
Manitoba (West 2)  78
N.S. (East 3)  6
Sunday July 26

B.C   35    Quebec  13


Ontario 36   Manitoba  8

Quebec  13
Manitoba   46
Ontario  30
B.C. 20