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The Game

When two or more member Clubs are tied in the final Division standings at the conclusion of the regular season schedule, preferential ranking for playoff purposes shall be determined on the basis of the following descending-order priorities and shall be awarded to the Club that:

  1. has won the greater number of games played against all member Clubs of the League, then,
  2. has the higher winning percentage in all games played against all of the other tied Club(s), then,
  3. has scored the higher net aggregate of points (i.e. points scored for less points scored against) in all games played against all of the other tied Club(s), then,
  4. has scored the higher net quotient of points (i.e. points scored for divided by points scored against) in all games played against all of the other tied Club(s), then,
  5. has the higher winning percentage in all games played against all member Clubs of the Division, then,
  6. has scored the higher net aggregate of points in games played against all member Clubs of the Division, then,
  7. has scored the higher quotient of points in games played against all member Clubs of the Division, then,
  8. has scored the higher net aggregate of points in games played against all member Clubs of the League, then,
  9. has scored the higher net quotient of points in games played against all member Clubs of the League, then,
  10. has won a coin toss against the other tied Club.

    Note: If two Clubs remain tied after other Club(s) are eliminated during any step, tie breaker reverts to step a).
RankNameSchoolPos.
1 Laurent Duvernay-Tardif McGill OL
2 David Foucault Montreal OL
3 Pierre Lavertu Laval OL
4 Quinn Smith Concordia DL
5 Devon Bailey St. Francis Xavier WR
6 Evan Gill Manitoba DL
7 Dylan Ainsworth Western DL
8 Anthony Coombs Manitoba RB
9 Matthias Goosen Simon Fraser OL
10 Andrew Lue Queen's DB
 
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