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1950 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season
Head Coach Carl Voyles
Home Field Ivor Wynne Stadium
Results
Record 7–5
Place 1st, IRFU
Playoff Finish Lost East Final
Timeline
Previous season Next season
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The 1950 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season was the first in franchise history after the two local clubs, the Hamilton Tigers and Hamilton Wildcats, amalgamated before this season began. The new franchise competed in the Interprovincial Rugby Football Union, the highest level of play in Eastern Canada.

The Tiger-cats finished in 1st place in the East division with an 7–5 record but lost the East Final in a two-game series to the Toronto Argonauts.

PreseasonEdit

Week Date Opponent Score Result Attendance Record
A Aug 19 Sarnia Imperials 57–0 Win 5000 1–0
B Aug 25 Mansville Eagles 45–0 Win 2–0

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Regular seasonEdit

Season StandingsEdit

Interprovincial Rugby Football Union
Team GP W L T PF PA Pts
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 12 7 5 0 231 217 14
Toronto Argonauts 12 6 5 1 291 187 13
Montreal Alouettes 12 6 6 0 192 261 12
Ottawa Rough Riders 12 4 7 1 182 231 9

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Season schedule Edit

Week Date Opponent Score Result Attendance Record
1 Sept 2 at Ottawa Rough Riders 26–17 Win 1–0
1 Sept 4 Toronto Argonauts 13–6 Win 13,000 2–0
2 Sept 9 Ottawa Rough Riders 23–15 Loss 12,000 2–1
3 Sept 16 at Toronto Argonauts 48–8 Loss 21,500 2–2
4 Sept 23 Montreal Alouettes 18–12 Win 7000 3–2
5 Oct 1 at Montreal Alouettes 31–18 Loss 15,000 3–3
6 Oct 7 at Toronto Argonauts 29–23 Win 14,957 4–3
6 Oct 9 Toronto Argonauts 20–19 Loss 11,000 4–4
7 Oct 14 Ottawa Rough Riders 32–0 Win 10,000 5–4
8 Oct 22 at Montreal Alouettes 16–13 Loss 16,687 5–5
9 Oct 28 Montreal Alouettes 29–18 Win 12,000 6–5
10 Nov 4 at Ottawa Rough Riders 11–3 Win 10,502 7–5

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PlayoffsEdit

Schedule Edit

Week Date Opponent Score Result Attendance
IRFU Final #1 Nov 11 Toronto Argonauts 13–11 Win 14,000
IRFU Final #2 Nov 15 at Toronto Argonauts 24–6 Loss 23,349

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ReferencesEdit


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