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CFL's Most Outstanding Player Award

The Most Outstanding Player Award is annually awarded to the best player in the Canadian Football League. The two nominees for the award are the Terry Evanshen Trophy winner from the East Division, and the Jeff Nicklin Memorial Trophy winner from the West Division. The winner of the award is chosen by the Football Reporters of Canada.[1]

The award was created in 1953 as the Schenley Award, named after Schenley Distillers Corporation, to honour the most outstanding player in Canadian Rugby Union, the fore-runner of the CFL.

Contents

  • CFL's Most Outstanding Player Award winners 1
  • CFL's Most Outstanding Player Award - Runner Up 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

CFL's Most Outstanding Player Award winners

CFL's Most Outstanding Player Award - Runner Up

Note: Prior to 1973 the runner up for this award was not the Jeff Russel Memorial Trophy or Jeff Nicklin Memorial Trophy winners. Finalists were first announced in 1957.

See also

References

  1. ^ Wons, Peter. "Schenley Awards". The Canadian Encyclopedia. 
  • "CFL Most Outstanding Player Award". Player awards. Canadian Football League. 
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