Maritime Senior Football
Final Standings (As at  July 25, 2004)
  

New Brunswick Senior Football League

  GP W L T F A

Pts.

Saint John Wanderers 5 4 0 1 139 9 9
Moncton  Marshals 5 4 1 0 160 37 8
Capital Area Gladiators 6 2 4 0 89 108 4
Simonds Seadogs 5 1 4 0 34 159 2

   Maritime Football League

  GP W L T F A

Pts.

Halifax  Shockers 5 3 1 1 82 63 7
Dartmouth Knights 5 3 2 0 120 107 6
P. E. I.  Privateers 5 0 5 0 45 186 0

 

                                              Maritime Senior Football

                                                       2004 Schedule                        Revised  July 8,  2004

Exhibition

Date

Visitor

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Field

Time

Sat., June 12

Moncton Marshals Jamboree

Moncton Sportsplex

10:00 A.M.

Week 1

Date

Visitor

Home

Field

Time

Sat., June 19

Saint John 0

Halifax 0

Shannon Park 4:00 P.M.
Sat., June 19

Dartmouth 47

Prince Edward Island 11

Col. Gray High 4:00 P.M.
Sun., June 20

Moncton 43

Capital Area 14

Oromocto High 4:00 P.M.

Bye: Simonds

Week 2

Date

Visitor

Home

Field

Time

Sat., June 26

Halifax 6

Moncton 28

MacNaughton 4:00 P.M.
Sat., June 26

Simonds 8

Dartmouth 35

Shannon Park 4:00 P.M.
Sat., June 26

Peter Murray Memorial Game

Canada Games 2:00 P.M.

Capital Area 0

Saint John 13

Bye: Prince Edward Island

Week 3

Date

Visitor

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Field

Time

Sat., July 3

Moncton 44

Prince Edward Island 0

Col. Gray High 4:00 P.M.
Sat., July 3

Dartmouth 14

Capital Area 7

Oromocto High 4:00 P.M.
Sun., July 4

Simonds 0

Saint John 51

Canada Games 2:00 P.M.
Bye: Halifax

Week 4

Date

Visitor

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Field

Time

Sat., July 10

Saint John 17

Moncton 7

MacNaughton 4:00 P.M.
Sat., July 10

Prince Edward Island 6

Halifax 35

Shannon Park 6:00 P.M.
Sun., July 11

Capital Area 21

Simonds 6

Grand Bay 4:00 P.M.
Bye: Dartmouth

Week 5

Date

Visitor

Home

Field

Time

Sat., July 17

Capital Area 40

Prince Edward Island 14

Souris 4:00 P.M.
Sat., July 17

Halifax 23

Dartmouth 22

Shannon Park 4:00 P.M.
Sun., July 18

Simonds 0

Moncton 38

MacNaughton 4:00 P.M.
Bye: Saint John

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Week 6

Date

Visitor

Home

Field

Time

Sat., July 24

Saint John 58

Dartmouth 2

Shannon Park 4:00 P.M.

Sat., July 24

Halifax 18

Capital Area 7

Oromocto High

4:00 P.M.

Sun., July 25

Prince Edward Island 14

Simonds 20

Grand Bay

4:00 P.M.

Bye: Moncton

    Week 7

Date

Visitor

Home

Field

Time

New Brunswick Senior Football League Semi-Finals

Sat., July 31

4th
Simonds 0

1st
Saint John 34

1st Home
Millidgeville

4:00 P.M.

Sat., July 31

3rd
Capital Area 19
2nd
Moncton 40

2nd Home
MacNaughton

4:00 P.M.

Maritime Football League Semi-Final

Sat., July 31

3rd
Prince Edward Island 14
2nd
Dartmouth 55

2nd Home
Shannon Park

4:00 P.M.

Week 8

Date

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Time

New Brunswick Senior Football League Championship Game (Burchill Trophy)

Sat., Aug. 7

 Lowest Semi Winner
Moncton 29

Highest Semi Winner 
Saint John 27

Highest Home
Canada Games

4:00 P.M.

Maritime Football League Championship Game (McPherson Cup)

Sat., Aug. 7

 Semi Winner
Dartmouth 16

1st
Halifax 25

1st Home
Shannon Park

4:00 P.M.

Week 9

The "Maritime Bowl" Game (McIntyre Cup)

Date

Visitor

Home

Field

Time

Sat., Aug. 14

Maritime League Champ
Halifax 3

New Brunswick Champ
Moncton 30

N.B. Home 
Rocky Stone

4:00 P.M.

 

 Maritime Senior Football
Game Summaries

2004 Season

Week 9- August 14

August 14                                                  Maritime Bowl III                          

                                         Moncton Marshals 30 Halifax Shockers 3
   
 

      The Shockers took the opening kickoff and marched the ball to the Marshal's 20 yard line before settling for a 20 yard field goal by Dominico Bartolocci. The defences would dominate the remainder of the first quarter as neither team was able to move the ball. 
       Early in the second quarter the Marshals were able to move the ball down to the Halifax 20 yard line. From there two touchdown passes in the end zone were dropped by the receivers and  Moncton was forced to settle for a 20 yard field goal by Pat Blagrave to knot the score at 3-3.
       Once again the defences dominated and the teams exchanged several punts until little over two minutes remained in the half. Halifax had the ball at midfield and tried to run a fake punt on fourth down. The snap was fumbled and Moncton took possession just inside Halifax territory. Moncton was unable to move the ball once again. A 45 yard field goal attempt by Blagrave was short. 
       Halifax began scrimmage from their 10 yard line and could not generate a first down. They punted from their end zone. Steve Cormier returned the ball the the Halifax 25 yard line. From there two runs by Alex Best put the ball on the Halifax one yard line. J.R. Gallant plunged in from there. Blagrave added the convert to give Moncton a 10-3 lead at the half.
       The Marshals took the opening kickoff at their own 18 yard line and proceeded to march downfield on the running of Best and the passing of Gallant. J.R. Gallant found Mike Allen on a 25 yard pass for the TD. The snap on the convert was bobbled leaving the score 16-3.
       On the ensuing kickoff Pat Blagrave tapped the ball ahead 10 yards and recovered it giving the Marshals the ball on the Shocker 50 yard line. Moncton wasted no time moving the ball deep into Halifax territory. Gallant found Mike Cochran on a 25 yard touchdown pass. Blagrave added the convert to stretch the Marshals lead to 23-3.
        The Marshals defence continued to limit the Shockers offence to minimal yardage for the remainder of the game. The Moncton offence would strike one more time in the fourth quarter. Beginning from their 35 yard line Gallant moved them downfield using mainly the pass. He found Kelly Nichols alone in the end zone from 10 yards out for the final touchdown of the game. Blagrave added the convert to complete a 30-3 victory that gave the Marshals their first ever Maritime Championship.                

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Shockers 3 0 0 0 3
Marshals 0 10 13 7 30

Week 8- August 7

August 7                              New Brunswick Senior Football League Final                          

                                 Moncton Marshals 29 Saint John Wanderers 27
   
 

      The Wanderers took the opening kickoff and drove deep into Marshals territory only to have Matt Cormier pick off a John Hachey pass on the ten yard line. Moncton drove the ball to midfield where they were called for illegal procedure on a fourth and one and had to punt. On the first play from scrimmage Mike Thomas swept right and ran 55 yards to put Saint John ahead. Jeff Gillies added the convert.
     Early in the second quarter the Marshals responded with a long drive keyed by the inside and outside running of Steve Cormier. Cormier bounced an off tackle run outside and rambled 30 yards for the TD. Pat Blagrave's convert knotted the score at 7-7. 
     The Wanderers went three and out on their next possession and were forced to punt into a stiff wind. Moncton took the ball at midfield and again keyed by the running of Steve Cormier, moved deep into the Saint John end where Cormier would score from one yard out. With Blagrave's convert the Marshals lead 14-7.
      Again the Wanderers were unable to move the ball after the kickoff and were forced to punt. This time the Wanderers defence held and the Marshals were forced to try a 45 yard field goal. Blagrave's attempt was wide and bounced out of the end zone for a single point to make it 15-7 for Moncton.
      The Wanderers took the ball on the 35 yard line and were able to get a first down. With only ten seconds left in the half Mike Thomas swept right and found Jeff Gillies open deep in the Marshals secondary. From there Gillies weaved back and forth avoiding the pursuing Moncton defenders and went all the way for the TD. Saint John's attempt at a two point conversion was no good leaving the score 15-13 for Moncton at the half.   
       Moncton opened the half with what looked to be a perfectly executed short kickoff that gave them possession of the ball. However one of their players were offside and they were forced to rekick. The Wanderers went to work and put together a drive of their own keyed by the short passes of QB John Hachey. Marcus Fitzgerald banged into the end zone from three yards out and Gillies added the convert to put Saint John ahead 20-15.
       The Marshals were unable to move the ball after the subsequent kickoff and had to punt. Saint John was able to make yards on their next possession but ran into problems with repeated holding penalties and had to punt.
        On their first possession of the fourth quarter Moncton also was unable to get a first down and had to punt. Marcus Whittingham returned the ball to midfield for the Wanderers. From there they drove to the Marshals 25 yard line only to fumble. It would prove to be a very costly fumble. Moncton took possesion of the ball and proceeded to drive down the field and score on a 5 yard run by Steve Cormier. A two point conversion attempt failed. Moncton now lead 21-20 with two minutes remaining in the game.
        Jon Bailey returned the subsequent kickoff to midfield. From there Hachey mixed short passes with runs by himself and suddenly the Wanderers were on the Marshals 20 yard line with a minute remaining. Hachey would run for the touchdown from 8 yards out. Gillies added the convert and the Wanderers lead 27-21 with 41 seconds showing on the game clock.
       After the kickoff Moncton started to scrimmage from their 30 yard line. J.R. Gallant threw two long incomplete passes on the first two plays. Then on third down he found Cormier open 40 yards down field. From there he raced another 30 yards for the decisive touchdown. Blagrave's convert made it 28-27 for Moncton with only 9 seconds left in the game.
        Blagrave's kickoff sailed through the end zone for another point to make it 29-27. Saint John took the ball at their 35 yard line and were able to complete a couple of passes before fumbling. Moncton  was able to run out the clock and claim their first ever Burchill Trophy.        

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Marshals 0 15 0 14 29
Wanderers 7 6 7 7 27


August 7                                             Maritime Football League Final      
                    

                                       Halifax Shockers 25 Dartmouth Knights 16
   
 

     No details reported.

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Knights         16
Shockers         25

Week 7- July 31

July 31                            New Brunswick Senior Football League Semi-Final                          

                                   Moncton Marshals 40 Capital Area Gladiators 19
   
 

    The Gladiators opened the scoring when Josh Sacobie found Greg Wallace in the end zone from five yards out. The Convert was no good.
     Moncton answered back when Steve Cormier went 45 yards across the field and down the sideline for six points. Chris Sparks added the convert to put the Marshals ahead 7-6 after one quarter. 
      Marshals took the lead in the second quarter on Shawn Wareham's two yard run. Sparks added the convert to make the score 14-7. On their next possession, the Gladiators, deep in their own end and going into a strong wind, conceded a safety to make it 16-7. The Marshals took the kickoff and drove for another touchdown by Wareham on a 1 yard plunge to up the lead to 23-6.
      The Gladiators got a TD of their own when Sacobie connected with Jay Thomas from five yards out to narrow the score to 23-12. Capital Area would concede one more safety to make the halftime score 25-12.
      The Gladiators recovered the second half kickoff and had a golden opportunity to narrow the Moncton lead. However the Marshals defence held and Capital Area came away empty. The only scoring in the third quarter was a Moncton single off a punt to make the lead 26-12.  
       Moncton stretched their lead to 33-12 in the fourth on Bob Giffard's 3 yard run and Sparks' convert. Capital Area answered back with Josh Sacobie finding Willy Best on a 40 yard touchdown pass. Jeff Taylor added the convert to make the score 33-19.
       The Marshals closed out the scoring with J.R. Gallant finding Mike Cochran all alone in the end zone from 20 yards out. Sparks' convert made the final score 40-19.  

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Gladiators 6 6 0 7 19
Marshals 7 18 1 14 40


July 31                            New Brunswick Senior Football League Semi-Final 
 
                 
                                                Saint John Wanderers 34 Simonds Seadogs 0

           Mike Thomas ran for two touchdowns and John Hachey passed for two more to lead the Wanderers to victory and a berth in the NBSFL final.

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Seadogs  0 0 0 0 0
Wanderers  7 12 7 8 34


July 31                                         Maritime Football League Semi-Final
      
                    
                                                  Dartmouth Knights 55  P.E.I. Privateers 14

         No details reported.  

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Privateers          14
Knights          55

Week 6- July 24-25 

July 24                             Halifax Shockers 18 Capital Area Gladiators 7    

    The Gladiators took the opening kickoff and drove deep into Halifax territory only to have a fourth down touchdown pass dropped in the end zone. The Shockers responded with a long drive of their own that was capped by Ian Ebbett's one yard touchdown run.  
     In the second quarter Shockers pivot Chris Livingstone connected with Todd Georgiannis on a 60 yard pass play that set the Shockers up deep in Gladiator territory. Ebbett would score again on another short run to give Halifax a 12-0 lead. In the dying seconds of the half Gladiator QB Josh Sacobie found Willy Best on a 40 yard pass play that took the ball to the Shocker two yard line. However, another sure touchdown pass was dropped on the last play of the half.
      The third quarter had another long Capital Area drive come to an end with a fumble on the Shocker 10 yard line.  Halifax responded with another good series that ended early in the fourth quarter when Chris Livingstone found Ted Richard with a 2 yard touchdown pass for an 18-0 lead.
      In the final minutes of the game Sacobie connected with Best again on a 40 yard pass play that put the ball at the Halifax one yard line. From there the Gladiator quarterback found Jeff Taylor for the TD pass. John Fiset added the convert.

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Shockers 6 6 0 6 18
Gladiators 0 0 0 7 7


July 24             
                  Saint John Wanderers 58 Dartmouth Knights 2                  

           No details reported.                   

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Wanderers          
Knights          


July 25                                       Simonds Seadogs 20  P.E.I. Privateers 14

         Reece Roche opened the scoring for the Seadogs, punting for a 25 yard rouge. Later he connected with Derek Langille on a 60 yard pass play for a touchdown. The convert was no good leaving the Seadogs ahead 7-0. On the ensuing kickoff Roche scored another rouge putting the Seadogs ahead 8-0. 
         P.E.I. answered when Todd Gaudin hit Michael Chaloner with a 60 yard pass and run play to the Simonds 5 yard line. From there Ricky Wakelin ran for the six pointer. The convert was no good making the score 8-6 for the Seadogs at the end of the first quarter.
        P.E.I. narrowed the score to 8-7 on  Chaloner single in the second quarter after the Seadogs defence made a goal line stand.
        In the third quarter the Privateers drove deep into Simonds territory only to have the Seadogs defence come with yet another goal line stand stopping the P.E.I. on a fourth and goal at the one yard line. 
        In the fourth quarter Simonds strecthed its lead to 14-7 when Roche found Jon Dodge in behind the Privateers secondary for a 60 yard pass and run play for a touchdown.  P.E.I. responded with a drive of its own that ended with Chaloner hitting Joe Rashed on a 10 yard TD pass. Rashed booted the convert to knot the score 14-14 with three minutes remaining in the game.
         The Seadogs took the kickoff and marched down the field to score a TD on a one yard plunge by Roche. The convert was no good. The Privateers were unable to move the ball on their final series leaving the Seadogs with a 20-14 win, the first ever in the team's two year existence.  

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Privateers  6 1 0 7 14
Seadogs  8 0 0 12 20

Week 5- July 17-18 

July 17                             Capital Area Gladiators 40  P.E.I.  Privateers 14    

    PEI took the lead on the opening drive with a 14 yard run by fullback Jason MacDonald. Joe Rashedís PAT was good. Capital Area replied when Josh Sacobie threw a 22 yard TD to Jeff Taylor.  The two point conversion was no good.     In the second quarter, Gladiators QB Josh Sacobie threw two touchdown passes to Alex Paul.  One was for 36 yards, the other for 60 yards.  Only one of the two PATís was good.
   
In the second half, Rob Doucette intercepted a Todd Gaudin pass and returned it 65 yards for the touchdown.  The PAT was good. Gladiators QB Josh Sacobie threw two touchdowns to Jeff Taylor.  One was for 20 yards, the other for 36 yards.  Jeff Taylor got both PATís.
   
On the final play of the game, Jan Wicherek threw a halfback option pass to Joe Rashed.  Rashed dove at the deflected ball to score PEIís second touchdown of the game.  Rashedís PAT was good. 

Gladiators: Capitalized on 4 turnovers. Justin Barr had an interception. Rob Doucette had 2 interceptions. Chris Munn had a fumble recovery. Ed Noble had a sack.

Privateers: Robert MacNevin had a fumble recovery. Michael Chaloner made two great catches. 

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Gladiators 6 13 14 7 40
Privateers 7 0 0 7 14


July 17                               
     Halifax Shockers 23 Dartmouth Knights 22                  

           The Knights started off the game with the ball against the Shockers D.  And initially were unsuccessful.  After a long Punt by Roy Snook, putting the Shockers deep in their zone, it took some time for the Knights young defense to stand up.  The Shockers offence drove the ball into Knights territory and Dominico Bartolocci kicked a 35 yard Field Goal. 
           Later in the 1st quarter on a fumbled snap QB Chris Livingston recovered the ball, and dumped a pass to WR Mike Kennedy who picked up some solid blocks, and ran in for a 50 yard TD. PAT converted by Dominico B. 
             In the 2nd quarter the Knights began to put some pressure on the Shockers D as QB Daniel Williams hooked up several time to WR Bruce Armstrong, leading to a 40-yard TD pass.  Roy Snook converted The PAT. Leaving it 10-7 at the half with the Shockers up.
              In the 3rd quarter, the Shockers defence was holding strong, forcing the Knights to punt.  Capitalizing on his high punt, Snook raced downfield to recover his own punt in front of a young return man.  Snook then ran the ball 25 yards for the touchdown, and then kicked the convert.  Despite the confusion with flags flying everywhere the play stood.  Knights 14, Shockers 10.  In the dying minutes of the 3rd, Todd Georgiannis found the end-zone with a 1-yard plunge.  Dominico Bartolocci missed the point after attempt.  Shockers 16-Knights 14. 
With 1:30 left in the game QB Chris Livingston, took advantage of a tired Knights defence, and dove into the end zone on a QB sneak. PAT converted by Dominico Bartolocci. Shockers 23 Knights 14. 
             On a late charge final minute, the Knights drove down the field and made it a nail biter with QB Daniel Williams throwing another TD to WR Bruce Armstrong. Then on a 2-point attempt, RB Ryan Moxsom plowed in head first for the 2 pt convert.  In a final attempt at victory the Knights tried an unsuccessful onside kick. 
            The Shockers were able to run the clock out, winning the first ever Halifax vs Dartmouth game 23-22. The rematch should come in the playoff.  Hopefully both teams will be at full strength.      

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Shockers 10 0 6 7 23
Knights 0 7 7 8 22


July 18                                 
 Moncton Marshals 38 Simonds Seadogs 0

     The Marshals opened the scoring on Steve Cormier's 50 yard punt return. A one yard plunge by J.R. Gallant added another six points. Pat Blagrave booted two converts to put Moncton ahead 14-0 at halftime.
     Steve Cormier ran the second half opening kickoff back for a touchdown and then hauled in a 30 yard TD pass from Gallant. Blagrave added two converts to make the score 28-0 after three quarters.
     Blagrave kicked a 10 yard field goal before Alex Best added one more TD on a five yard run late in the game. Blagrave's fifth convert made the final score 38-0.

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Seadogs  0 0 0 0 0
Marshals 14 0 14 10 38

Week 4- July 10-11 

July 10                             Saint John Wanderers 17 Moncton Marshals 7   

       
The Wanderers opened the scoring on a 5 yard run by Jon Haines. Jeff Gillies added the convert. Moncton would equalize when J.R. Gallant found Mike Allen in the end zone on a 20 yard TD pass. Pat Blagrave converted.
       In the second quarter Mike Thomas scored from 10 yards out to put Saint John ahead. Gillies again converted.
        The second half belonged to the defences. Both the Moncton and Saint John defences made goal line stands. The only scoring was a 20 yard field goal by Jeff Gillies.

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Wanderers 7 7 0 3 17
Marshals 7 0 0 0 7


July 10                               
     Halifax Shockers 35 P.E. I. Privateers 6                       

     With the PEI offence starting the game off with a quick 3 and out, the Shockers took over with a quick TD pass on their second attempt, from Chris Livingston to Terry Holland. PAT converted by Doug Gelevan. On PEIís very next drive they slowly marched down the field and punched a TD of their own with a long run from QB Jan Tex Mutch. From there on it was Shockers D. A few Drives later, PEIís QB, Tex Mutch was picked off by Doug Gelevan and returned for a 10 yard TD. PAT not converted. In the dying minutes of the 2nd quarter Chris Livingston completed another TD pass, this time to Charles Marshall from 35 yards out. PAT Converted by Doug Gelevan. Making it 20-6 at the half.

In the second half it was the shockers Big D winning the battle, shutting down the PEI offence. But the Shockers offence would tack on a few more points before they were done. Late in the 3rd, QB Chris Livingston hit Chris MacLean for a 25 yard TD. Again the PAT converted by Doug Gelevan. And with just minutes left in the game, back-up QB Trevor Slaunwhite came into the game and capped it off with a 40yard TD to Chris Livingston. The PAT turned into a broken play, but Doug Gelevan managed to regain control of the ball and convert a 2 pointer to RB Ian Ebbett. With the final score 35-6.     

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Privateers 6 0 0 0 6
Shockers 7 13 7 8 35

July 11                                 Capital Area Gladiators 21 Simonds Seadogs 6

     The Seadogs opened the scoring when Reece Roche connected with Jon Dodge on a 20 yard touchdown pass. The convert was no good. 
     Capital Area equalized with Josh Sacobie find Tyler Hooper from 10 yards out. The convert attempt failed leeaving the teams knotted at 6-6 after one quarter.
     The Gladiators moved ahead in the second quarter when Sacobie connected with Hooper again from 20 yards out. John Fiset added the convert to put Capital Area up 13-6 at the half.
      In the third quarter Sacobie hooked up with Jeff Taylor on a 20 yard pass and run. Taylor found Willy Best for the two point conversion to make it 21-6.
     In the fourth quarter the Seadogs offence marched inside the Capital Area 5 yard line on two occasions only to have the Gladiator defence come up with goal line stands both times.     

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Gladiators  6 7 8 0 21
Seadogs  6 0 0 0 6

Week 3- July 3-4 

July 3                             Dartmouth Knights 14 Capital Area Gladiators 7   

       
After a scoreless first quarter Knights quarterback Dan Williams scored on a 1 yard plunge. He later connected with Josh Hamilton on a 20 yard TD pass. Roy Snook converted both TD's.
       Gladiators QB Josh Sacobie connected with Jeff Taylor on a 50 yard pass and run play in the dying seconds of the first half to put the Gladiators on the board. John Fiset added the convert.
       Thunder, lightning and torrential rain arrived at halftime, forcing cancellation of the second half. Dartmouth was thus awarded the victory.   

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Knights 0 14 - - 14
Gladiators 0 7 - - 7


July 3                               
     Moncton Marshals 44 P.E. I. Privateers 0                              

     No details reported.

July 4                                   Saint John Wanderers 51 Simonds Seadogs 0                       

     The Wanderers would score three first quarter TD's on two short runs by Jon Haines and another by Mike Thomas. All three touchdowns were set up by long passes from John Hachey to three different receivers. Jeff Gillies was good on two of three converts to put the Wanderers ahead 20-0 after one quarter.
      Hachey connected with Gillies in the second quarter on a 40 yard pass and run play and then converted his own touchdown to put Saint John up 27-0 at halftime.
      The Wanderers added to their lead in the third when Hachey connected with Doug McPhee on a 40 yard TD pass. Gillies converted and then added a 20 yard field goal making it 37-0 after three quarters.
      Josh Brown scored on a 1 yard run in the fourth and Gillies converted to push the lead to 44-0. Then with less than 30 seconds remaining in the game Hachey connected with Tyrell Sparks from 15 yards out  for the final six pointer. Gillies converted to round out the scoring. 

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Seadogs  0 0 0 0 0
Wanderers 20 7 10 14 51

Week 2- June 26 

June 26                             Saint John Wanderers 13 Capital Area Gladiators 0   

       
The Wanderers opened the scoring on a Jeff Gillies field goal and then added another point on a missed field goal attempt. Ross Britton would score the game's only touchdown in the dying seconds of the first half with Gillies adding the convert.
        The Gladiators would surrender a safety for the only scoring in the second half.
        A steady rainfall hampered both team's offences. 

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Gladiators 0 0 0 0 0
Wanderers 3 8 2 0 13


June 26                               
     Dartmouth Knights 35 Simonds Seadogs 8                              

     Knights jumped to a 28-0 halftime lead fueled by two Ryan Moxam touchdowns. Seadogs QB, Reece Roche connected with Derek Langille for a touchdown pass. Roche passed to Matt Smith for the two point convert. Bruce Armstrong scored the Knights final TD on a pass. Roy Snook was 5 for 5 on converts for the Knights. 

June 26                                   Moncton Marshals 28 Halifax Shockers 6                         

     The  Marshals moved to 2-0 on the season with a dominating win against a talented Halifax squad.

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Shockers  0 6 0 0 6
Marshals 14 0 6 8 28

Week 1- June 19-20 

June 19                             Saint John Wanderers 0 Halifax Shockers 0   

       
The two Maritime finalists from 2003 battled to a scoreless draw in a game dominated by unyielding defence. 


June 19                               
     Dartmouth Knights 47  P.E.I. Privateers 11                              

     Knights quarterback Daniel Williams threw two touchdown passes to Calvin Lucas and one each to T.C. Croft, Bruce Armstrong and Joshua Hamilton. John Banfield returned a kickoff for a TD and Ryan Moxam rushed for another.
    Tex Mutch ran for the Privateers TD with Nick Mosher adding a field goal, a convert and a single.
    Dartmouth lead 27-4 a halftime. 

June 20                        Moncton Marshals 43 Capital Area Gladiators 14                               

     The  Marshals got two touchdowns from Steve Cormier and Alex Best with Mitch Willinger and Mike Cochran adding one each.
     Gladiators QB Josh Sacobie hooked up with Alex Paul and Jeff Taylor for the Capital Area scores. 

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Marshals 7 7 15 14 43
Gladiators 0 14 0 0 14