Scarborough Thunder U-12 wins Ontario Fall Football League title – Beach Metro Community News


The Scarborough Thunder U-12 team celebrates winning the Ontario Fall Football League Championship on November 14 in Brampton. This Sunday, November 21, the Thunder will face the Cornwall Wildcats in the Ontario Football Cup championship game in North York.

The Scarborough Thunder under-12 football team won the Ontario Fall Football League (OFFL) Tier 1 championship earlier this week.

Scarborough Thunder Football is based at Birchmount Stadium and attracts players from across eastern Toronto.

The Thunder’s Under-12 team won the title on Sunday, November 14 with a 47-6 victory over the Vaughan Rebels in a game played at Terry Fox Stadium in Brampton.

With this victory, the Thunder U-12 team has now qualified to compete in the Ontario Football Cup-Fall Provincial Championships. The Thunder will meet the Cornwall Wildcats, champions of the National Capital Amateur Football Association (NCAFA), at 3 p.m. on November 21 at Esther Shiner Stadium in North York.

On the Ontario Fall Football League championship day on Nov. 14, the Scarborough Thunder had three teams on the line.

The U-10 Thunder fell to the Durham Dolphins. However, considering that the Thunder only had 20 of their 23 players available for the contest, they played a great game.

The U-16 Thunder team also played in the OFFL Championships on Sunday, but fell to the Essex Ravens.


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