Dave Dryburgh Memorial Trophy

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The Dave Dryburgh Memorial Trophy is a Canadian Football League trophy, given to the top scorer in the West Division. Unlike other CFL trophies, there is no East Division counterpart.[citation needed]

The trophy was established in November 1948, by sportswriters in Western Canada to honour Dave Dryburgh, the sports editor of the Regina Leader-Post who died in a boating accident in 1948. It was originally awarded to the top scorer in the Western Interprovincial Football Union.[1]

Dave Dryburgh Memorial Trophy winners[edit]

Year Player Position Club Points
Scored
1948 Paul Rowe RB Calgary Stampeders 35
1949 Vern Graham HB / K Calgary Stampeders 58
1950 Joe Aguirre OE Winnipeg Blue Bombers 57
1951 Bob Shaw OE Calgary Stampeders 61
1952 Bob Shaw OE Calgary Stampeders 110
1953 Bud Korchak FW / K Winnipeg Blue Bombers 66
1954 Joe Aguirre OE Saskatchewan Roughriders 85
1955 Ken Carpenter HB / OE Saskatchewan Roughriders 90
1956 Buddy Leake RB / K / QB Winnipeg Blue Bombers 103
1957 Gerry James RB Winnipeg Blue Bombers 131
1958 Jack Hill RB / K Saskatchewan Roughriders 145
1959 Jackie Parker RB / K / P / QB Edmonton Eskimos 109
1960 Gerry James RB Winnipeg Blue Bombers 114
1961 Jackie Parker RB / K / P / QB Edmonton Eskimos 104
1962 Tommy Joe Coffey OE Edmonton Eskimos 129
1963 George Fleming HB / K Winnipeg Blue Bombers 135
1964 Larry Robinson DB / K Calgary Stampeders 106
1965 Larry Robinson DB / K Calgary Stampeders 95
1966 Hugh Campbell F Saskatchewan Roughriders 102
1967 Terry Evanshen WR Calgary Stampeders 102
1968 Ted Gerela K BC Lions 115
1969 Jack Abendschan OG / K Saskatchewan Roughriders 116
1970 Jack Abendschan OG / K Saskatchewan Roughriders 116
1971 Don Jonas QB Winnipeg Blue Bombers 121
1972 Dave Cutler K Edmonton Eskimos 126
1973 Dave Cutler K Edmonton Eskimos 133
1974 Dave Cutler K Edmonton Eskimos 144
1975 Dave Cutler K Edmonton Eskimos 169
1976 Bernie Ruoff K / P Winnipeg Blue Bombers 152
1977 Dave Cutler K Edmonton Eskimos 195
1978 Dave Cutler K Edmonton Eskimos 167
1979 Bernie Ruoff K / P Winnipeg Blue Bombers 151
1980 Dave Cutler K Edmonton Eskimos 158
1981 Trevor Kennerd K Winnipeg Blue Bombers 185
1982 Dave Cutler K Edmonton Eskimos 170
1983 Lui Passaglia K / P BC Lions 191
1984 Lui Passaglia K / P BC Lions 167
1985 Trevor Kennerd K Winnipeg Blue Bombers 198
1986 Tom Dixon K / P Edmonton Eskimos 190
1987 Lui Passaglia K / P BC Lions 214
1988 Dave Ridgway K Saskatchewan Roughriders 215
1989 Jerry Kauric K / P Edmonton Eskimos 224
1990 Dave Ridgway K Saskatchewan Roughriders 233
1991 Dave Ridgway K Saskatchewan Roughriders 216
1992 Mark McLoughlin K Calgary Stampeders 208
1993 Mark McLoughlin K Calgary Stampeders 215
1994 Sean Fleming K / P Edmonton Eskimos 206
1995 Mark McLoughlin K Calgary Stampeders 220
1996 Mark McLoughlin K Calgary Stampeders 220
1997 Sean Fleming K / P Edmonton Eskimos 187
1998 Lui Passaglia K / P BC Lions 197
1999 Mark McLoughlin K Calgary Stampeders 192
2000 Mark McLoughlin K Calgary Stampeders 199
2001 Sean Fleming K / P Edmonton Eskimos 183
2002 Troy Westwood K Winnipeg Blue Bombers 204
2003 Troy Westwood K Winnipeg Blue Bombers 198
2004 Sean Fleming K / P Edmonton Eskimos 180
2005 Sandro DeAngelis K Calgary Stampeders 179
2006 Sandro DeAngelis K Calgary Stampeders 214
2007 Paul McCallum K / P BC Lions 166
2008 Sandro DeAngelis K Calgary Stampeders 217
2009 Sandro DeAngelis K Calgary Stampeders 176
2010 Rob Maver K Calgary Stampeders 185
2011 Paul McCallum K / P BC Lions 203
2012 Paul McCallum K / P BC Lions 187
2013 Rene Paredes K Calgary Stampeders 213
2014 Rene Paredes K Calgary Stampeders 155
2015 Rene Paredes K Calgary Stampeders 156
2016 Justin Medlock K / P Winnipeg Blue Bombers 220 pts
2017 Justin Medlock K / P Winnipeg Blue Bombers 216 pts
2018 Brett Lauther K Saskatchewan Roughriders 198 pts
2019 Sean Whyte K Edmonton Eskimos 174 pts
2020 season cancelled - covid 19

References[edit]

  1. ^ "New Award". The Leader-Post. Regina, Saskatchewan. November 23, 1948. p. 10.icon of an open green padlock