In one of the most unlikely of scenarios through the first-season of LFL Canada, the two smallest market teams will battle for supremacy of LFL Canada when the No.3 ranked Regina Rage (1-1) visit the No.1 ranked Saskatoon Sirens (2-0) on Saturday night in the first-ever ‘Saskatchewan Bowl Series’.
Saskatoon comes into this game having been a pre-season No.4 or dead-last power ranking but surprising everyone primarily led by the duo of Anne Erler and Heather Furr, better known as ‘Furrler’. The two have combined for (5) five offensive scores and (5) interceptions as a deadly pair of safeties.
Saskatoon head coach and offensive coordinator Chris Lambiris has coached within his team’s strengths which has led to this squad’s No.1 offensive ranking. Featuring the short passing game with Erler to a multitude of receivers and on the ground with Tamar Fennell who is backed by a surprising rookie in Casey Simpson. Another US free-agent in Ogom Chijundu who was seldom if ever used as an offensive weapon in the States has now not only become part of the Sirens ground attack but an incredible fan-favorite at Credit Union Centre. Regina has a relatively small and soft defensive front three so look for the Sirens to establish the run game with Fennell and the occasional option-play with Furr.