Outlaws sending three teams to OMFL championships

July 30, 2014   ·   0 Comments

Bantam, JV, and Varsity teams represent O-ville

It is a banner season for the Orangeville Outlaws Football Club.

Three Outlaws teams will be going to the Ontario Minor Football League championships this weekend at Esther Shiner Stadium in Toronto.


Bantam Division:


The Orangeville Outlaws Bantam team is going for a championship repeat this year.

The Outlaws Bantam team won their semi-final game 48-6 over the Cambridge Lions on Sunday, July 27, at Orangeville District Secondary School.

The Bantam team is undefeated for the season winning all regular season games before entering the playoffs.

In fact, the this is the second year in a row the O-ville Bantams are going to the champion after winning the OMFL title last season after playing the 2013 schedule as an undefeated team.

They haven’t lost a game in two years.

The Outlaws Bantam team has been the dominate force in the division scoring 484 points for the season while allowing only 126 against.

The O-ville Bantams set the tone for the season early on when they played their opening game against the Toronto Green Jets and left the field with a 61-0 win.

They followed up with a 56-14 win over the TNT Express the following week.

The Bantams will meet the TNT Express n the championship final game for the second year in a row when the final gets underway on Saturday (Aug. 2) at Esther Shiner Stadium in Toronto.

Last year the Outlaws left the game with the win.

The game is scheduled for 3:00 p.m.

Junior Varsity:


The Orangeville Outlaws Junior Varsity team will go to the OMFL championship as an undefeated team.

After nine games, the Outlaws have come out on top every time including their semi-final game against the TNT Express on Sunday, July 27, when they left the field with a 46-6 win to secure their spot in the final.

The JV team has an outstanding defensive squad that has allowed only 46 points to be scored against them all season.

On offence the team has displayed superior blocking and has some of the fastest, most tenacious ball carriers in the league.

The Outlaws will be up against the Cambridge Lions in the final game.

The Lions won their semi-final game over the Twin Cities Predators 28-7, to secure their spot in the championship.

The Junior Varsity game will get underway at Esther Shiner Stadium in Toronto on Sunday, August 3.

The kick-off is scheduled for 11:30 a.m.




The OMFL Varsity division ended the season with some controversy during playoffs this year.

The TNT Express bowed out in their final game after apparently coming up short on the roster and being unable to field a team, thus giving the Cambridge Lions a bye into the final

The big defeat came when the Niagara Spears were suspended for the season after being caught bringing some ineligible players to an earlier game.

After a protest was lodged against the team, the Spears did it again in their next game – allegedly stacking the roster with some players from the Ontario Varsity League, resulting in the team’s suspension from league play.

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