The Winnipeg Blue Bombers dominated the CFL performers of the week vote — again — Wednesday.

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The Winnipeg Blue Bombers dominated the CFL performers of the week vote — again — Wednesday.

Kicker Justin Medlock and receiver/returner Quincy McDuffie were both given nods for their efforts in Winnipeg's 28-25 Week 11 win over the Saskatchewan Roughriders in Sunday's Labour Day Classic.

MARK TAYLOR / CANADIAN PRESS ARCHIVES</p><p>Justin Medlock booted seven field goals on eight attempts, including a 42-yarder with no time left on the game clock to secure the club's first Classic win since 2004.</p>

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Justin Medlock booted seven field goals on eight attempts, including a 42-yarder with no time left on the game clock to secure the club's first Classic win since 2004.

B.C. Lions linebacker Solomon Elimimian rounded out the top three.

It’s the second honour for Medlock in as many weeks. The first-year Bomber booted seven field goals on eight attempts, including a 42-yarder with no time left on the game clock to secure the club's first Classic win since 2004.

Medlock’s lone miss in the game snapped his streak of 22, a club record.

McDuffie, meanwhile, led the way for the Bombers in the passing game, amassing 153 yards on seven receptions, including a first quarter 82-yard touchdown.

The Orlando, Fla., native has 186 yards on 13 receptions in an injury-shortened season thus far.