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|Place of birth: Bladworth, Saskatchewan|
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|Roster status: Retired|
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Educated at Athol Murray College of Notre Dame, Shaw played football for The Notre Dame Hounds and Saskatoon Hilltops before joining the Roughriders in 1961.
Wayne Shaw was a 6-time Western Division all-star player at the linebacker position. Shaw helped the Roughriders win the 54th Grey Cup of 1966 by a score of 29-14. He also played in the 55th Grey Cup of 1967 and the 57th Grey Cup of 1969, losses to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Ottawa Rough Riders.
After his football career, Shaw ran a retail store in Winnipeg, Manitoba for 10 years. He returned to Saskatchewan where he owned and operated a bookstore in Saskatoon up to his retirement in 2009, at which time he donated thousands of books to the Athol Murray College of Notre Dame.
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