1932 Ottawa Rough Riders season

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1932 Ottawa Rough Riders season
Head coach Dave McCann
Home field Lansdowne Park
Results
Record0–6
League place4th, IRFU
Playoff finishDid not qualify

The 1932 Ottawa Rough Riders finished in 4th place in the Interprovincial Rugby Football Union with a 0–6 record and failed to qualify for the playoffs.

Contents

Regular season

Standings

Interprovincial Rugby Football Union
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
Hamilton Tigers 6510961510
Montreal AAA Winged Wheelers 642068328
Toronto Argonauts 633056586
Ottawa Rough Riders 6060241390

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Schedule

WeekDateOpponentScoreResultRecord
1Oct 8vs. Montreal AAA Winged Wheelers13–12Loss0–1
2Oct 15at Hamilton Tigers25–3Loss0–2
3Oct 22vs. Toronto Argonauts27–6Loss0–3
4Oct 29at Toronto Argonauts15–2Loss0–4
5Nov 5vs. Hamilton Tigers29–0Loss0–5
6Nov 12at Montreal AAA Winged Wheelers30–1Loss0–6

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References

  1. 2009 Canadian Football League Facts, Figures & Records, Canadian Football League Properties/Publications, Toronto, Ontario, ISBN   978-0-9739425-4-5, p.293
  2. "Ottawa Rough Riders Game Results". Capital Region Football. Archived from the original on 3 March 2012.