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Bruce Cummings
Personal information
Date of birth: 1927
Place of birth: Ottawa, Ontario
Career information
No regular season or postseason appearances
Career history
Career highlights and awards
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Bruce Cummings, was a award winning, all-star and Grey Cup champion Canadian football player with the Ottawa Rough Riders, playing from 1950 to 53.[1][2]

Born in Ottawa and a star football player at the University of Toronto,[3] Cummings joined his hometown Riders in 1950. Though his career was relatively brief, he enjoyed a complete season in 1951, being named an all-star, winning the Jeff Russel Memorial Trophy as the best player in the Interprovincial Rugby Football Union and hoisting the Grey Cup as champion.[4][5]

His father, W. Garfield Cummings, was a local politician and former Ottawa footballer.[6]

References Edit

  1. Ottawa Rough Rider Player Database
  2. FANBASE entry : Bruce Cummings
  3. Ex-Nepean Star leads Toronto Blues to 15-5 Victory - Bruce Cummings sinks Queen's team Ottawa Citizen, November 10, 1947
  4. Bruce and Bruno Winners, by Jack Koffman Hamilton Spectator, November 8, 1951
  5. Cummings Wins Football Award Calgary Herald, November 8, 1951
  6. Former Nepean Reeve W.G. Cummings Passes Ottawa Citizen, September 30, 1959
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