NFC 2022 Week Four – Mid Season

2022 NFC STANDINGS
After Week Four

NFC East Division 2022
Team G W L T Pts
Steel City Patriots 3 2 1 0 4
GTA All Stars 3 2 1 0 4
MIFA Longhorns 3 1 2 0 2
Toronto Phantom Raiders 3 1 2 0 2
NFC West Division 2022
Team G W L T Pts
Sudbury Spartans 4 4 0 0 8
Tri City Outlaws 3 2 0 1 5
Sault Steelers 3 1 1 1 3
North Bay Bulldogs 3 0 3 0 3
Sarnia Imperials 3 0 3 0 3

WEEK FOUR RESULTS

GTA ALL STARS 22 at STEEL CITY PATRIOTS 17
SARNIA IMPERIALS 0 at SUDBURY SPARTANS 41
MIFA LONGHORNS 28 at TORONTO PHANTOM RAIDERS 37
SAULT ST MARIE STEELERS 21 at NORTH BAY BULLDOGS 20

2022 NFC SCORING LEADERS TOP FIVE
After Week Four

Player Team Touchdowns FG PAT Total
Rush Rec. Ret.
Emanuel Juna TCO 5 30
Nick Laporte NBB 5 30
Tanner Pattison SUD 4 24
Victor Paajanen SUD 4 24
Hayden Amis TCO 4 24

2022 NFC RUSHING LEADERS TOP FIVE
After Week Four

Player Team Carries Yards Avg. Long TDs
Emanuel Juna TCO 32 265 8.28 38 5
Alonzo Clarke SSM 56 233 4.16 50 1
Alex McFarlane GTA 35 179 5.11 30t 1
Daniel Seymour SCP 21 169 8.05 31 0
Tanner Pattison SUD 40 151 3.78 17 4

2022 NFC RECEIVING LEADERS TOP FIVE
After Week Four

Player Team Catches Yards Avg. Long TDs
Nick Laporte NBB 18 386 21.4 71t 5
Archelaus Jack SCP 8 266 33.3 90t 2
Hayden Amis TCO 9 241 26.8 57t 4
Jacob Steringa NBB 10 222 22.2 75 1
Victor Paajanen SUD 12 204 17.0 32t 4

2022 NFC PASSING LEADERS TOP FIVE
After Week Four

Player Team Yds. Atts. Comp. TDs Ints Long
Adam Rocha SUD 775 90 56 11 4 45t
Jason Bertrand GTA 571 45 37 8 0 90t
Graham Kelly SCP 464 39 18 3 3 90t
Kaelan Mathon NBB 463 44 20 4 5 75
Mason McGriskin NBB 310 40 21 3 0 45

NFC 2022 Week Three

2022 NFC STANDINGS
After Week Three

NFC East Division 2022
Team G W L T Pts
Steel City Patriots 2 2 0 0 4
MIFA Longhorns 2 1 1 0 2
GTA All Stars 2 1 1 0 2
Toronto Phantom Raiders 2 0 2 0 0
NFC West Division 2022
Team G W L T Pts
Sudbury Spartans 3 3 0 0 6
Tri City Outlaws 3 2 0 1 5
Sault Steelers 2 0 1 1 1
Sarnia Imperials 2 0 2 0 0
North Bay Bulldogs 2 0 2 0 0

WEEK THREE RESULTS
TORONTO PHANTOM RAIDERS 0 at TRI CITY OUTLAWS 49
SAULT STE MARIE STEELERS 8 at SUDBURY SPARTANS 14
STEEL CITY PATRIOTS 41 at MIFA LONGHORNS 0


2022 NFC SCORING LEADERS TOP FIVE
After Week Three

Player Team Touchdowns FG PAT Total
Rush Rec. Ret.
Emanuel Juma TCO 5 30
Nick Laporte NBB 4 24
Victor Paajanea SUD 4 24
Zach Primeau SUD 3 18
Hayden Amid TCO 3 18

NFC 2022 Week Two

2022 NFC STANDINGS
After Week Two

NFC East Division 2022
Team G W L T Pts
Steel City Patriots 1 1 0 0 2
MIFA Longhorns 1 1 0 0 2
GTA All Stars 2 1 1 0 2
Toronto Phantom Raiders 1 0 1 0 0
NFC West Division 2022
Team G W L T Pts
Sudbury Spartans 2 2 0 0 4
Tri City Outlaws 2 1 0 1 3
Sault Steelers 1 0 0 1 1
Sarnia Imperials 2 0 2 0 0
North Bay Bulldogs 2 0 2 0 0

WEEK TWO RESULTS
SUDBURY SPARTANS 41 at TORONTO PHANTOM RAIDERS 20
GTA ALL STARS 69 at SARNIA IMPERIALS 12
TRI CITY OUTLAWS 13 at SAULT STE MARIE STEELERS 13
NORTH BULLDOGS 7 at MIFA LONGHORNS 18


2022 NFC SCORING LEADERS TOP FIVE
After Week Two

Player Team Touchdowns FG PAT Total
Rush Rec. Ret.
Nick Laporte NBB 4 24
Victor Paajanea SUD 4 24
Emamuel Juna TCO 4 24
Hayden Amid TCO 3 18
Zach Primeau SUD 3 18

2022 NFC RUSHING LEADERS TOP FIVE
After Week Two

Player Team Rushes Yards Avg. Long TDs
Emamuel Juma TCO 23 162 7.0 36t 4
Tanner Pattison SUD 22 87 4.0 17 2
Archelaus Jack SCP 7 79 11.3 21 0
Alex McFarlane GTA 17 77 4.5 26 0
Isaiha Nice GTA 11 75 6.8 30 2

2022 NFC RECEIVING LEADERS TOP FIVE
After Week Two

Player Team Catches Yards Avg. Long TDs
Nick Laporte NBB 10 270 27.0 71t 4
Hayden Amis TCO 8 181 22.6 34 3
Victor Paajanea SUD 8 163 20.4 32t 4
Jacob Steringa NBB 5 160 32.0 75 0
Jahmeak Murray GTA 4 160 40.0 90t 1

2022 NFC PASSING LEADERS TOP FIVE
After Week Two

Player Team Comp. Atts. Yds. Pct. TDs Ints Long
Kaelan Mathon NBB 20 44 463 0.455 4 5 75
Jason Bertrand GTA 25 25 428 1.000 6 0 90t
Adam Rocha SUD 26 40 405 0.650 8 1 32t
Spencer Bollman TCO 12 23 231 0.522 3 0 34
Marshaun Lothery SAR 13 35 157 0.371 2 3 29

NFC 2022 Week One

2022 NFC STANDINGS
After Week One

NFC East Division 2022
Team G W L T Pts
Steel City Patriots 1 1 0 0 2
GTA All Stars 1 0 1 0 0
MIFA Longhorns 0 0 0 0 0
Toronto Phantom Raiders 0 0 0 0 0
NFC West Division 2022
Team G W L T Pts
Tri City Outlaws 1 1 0 0 2
Sudbury Spartans 1 1 0 0 2
Sarnia Imperials 1 0 1 0 0
North Bay Bulldogs 1 0 1 0 0
Sault Steelers 0 0 0 0 0

WEEK ONE RESULTS
SUDBURY SPARTANS 42 at NORTH BAY BULLDUGS 24
HAMILTON STEEL CITY PATRIOTS 24 at GTA ALL STARS 0
TRI CITY OUTLAWS 46 at SARNIA IMPERIALS 0

2022 NFC SCORING LEADERS TOP FIVE
After Week One

Player Team Touchdowns FG 2pt PAT Safety Rouge/Single Total
Rush Rec. Ret.
Nick Laporte NBB 4 24
Emanuel Juna TCO 3 18
Spencer Bollman TCO 1 1 4 13
Hayden Amis TCO 2 12
Victor Paajanea SUD 2 12

NFC Holds 2022 Annual General Meeting January 29th, 2022

On January 29th, 2022 the NFC will hold its Annual General Meeting in which it will carry out its annual corporate activities, but also make preparations for the upcoming 2022 Season. the NFC had to suspend league season games in 2020 and 2021 largely due to the complexities involved with clubs operating tackle football teams in light of the wide variety of Covid 19 restrictions in place across the league.

Each club requires months of preparations ranging from player recruitment to sponsorships and establishing partnerships with local businesses as well as navigating the securing of practice and game day facilities. These tasks were made impossible to properly execute given the degree of uncertainty surrounding Covid restrictions across all 10 NFC centers.Member clubs need some degree of certainty between March and August to properly execute a meaningful season to the standards the NFC clubs aim to provide their fans and players.

There appears to be light at the end of the tunnel with most of the world, determined to learn to live with the virus, seems to be letting go of crippling and damaging restrictions. We hope Canada will follow suit and open the door for the NFC to have a full and rewarding season in summer 2022.

Stay tuned here for more information following the January 29th Annual General Meeting.