Blue Bomber Report Record: 4–1–0

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Attendance at Alumni Field for the first CFL game in Guelph.

9

Turnovers by the Bombers.

2

Interception returns for touchdowns by Hamilton -- one in each half.

1

Punt return for a touchdown by Hamilton

6, 2, 1

Number of interceptions, fumbles and turnovers on downs by Winnipeg.

0

Number of touchdowns the Bombers scored in the 2013 pre-season.

189

Yards in net offence for Winnipeg.

316

Yards in net offence for Hamilton.

19-38, 143

Completions, attempts and total yards passing by the Winnipeg quarterbacking trio of Justin Goltz, Chase Clement and Max Hall.

9-173

Number of punt returns and total return yards by Hamilton.

3-13

Number of punt returns and total return yards by Winnipeg.

30:12

The Bombers actually held a slight lead in total time of posession.

260

Total Hamilton interception return yards.

6

Touchdowns scored by Hamilton.

0

Touchdowns scored by Winnipeg

FAN-O-METER:

A 115-yard interception return for a touchdown by Hamilton DB Raymond Brown put the Ticats up 35-0 as time expired in the first half.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition June 21, 2013 C2

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