1941 Ottawa Rough Riders season

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1941 Ottawa Rough Riders season
Head coach Ross Trimble
Home field Lansdowne Park
Results
Record5–1
Division place1st, ECU
Playoff finishLost Grey Cup

The 1941 Ottawa Rough Riders finished in 1st place in the Interprovincial Rugby Football Union with a 5–1 record, but failed to defend as Grey Cup champions as the team lost the 29th Grey Cup to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

Contents

Regular season

Standings

Interprovincial Rugby Football Union
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
Ottawa Rough Riders 6510722110
Toronto Argonauts 6510664210
Toronto Balmy Beach Beachers 624027344
Montreal Royals 606012800

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Schedule

WeekDateOpponentScoreResultRecord
1Sept 27vs. Montreal Royals18–5Win1–0
2Oct 4at Toronto Argonauts7–3Loss1–1
3Oct 11vs. Toronto Balmy Beach Beachers13–1Win2–1
4Oct 18at Toronto Balmy Beach Beachers3–0Win3–1
5Oct 25vs. Toronto Argonauts24–6Win4–1
6Nov 1at Montreal Royals11–2Win5–1

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Postseason

RoundDateOpponentScoreResultRecord
IRFU Final #1Nov 8vs. Toronto Argonauts16–8Win6–1
IRFU Final #2Nov 15at Toronto Argonauts10–1Win7–1
Eastern FinalNov 22vs. Hamilton Wildcats7–2Win8–1
Grey CupNov 29Winnipeg Blue Bombers18–16Loss8–2

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