The Cornwall Wildcats are coming off an extremely successful 2021 fall season in NCAFA at every age level. Their Tyke, Mosquito, Peewee, and Bantam teams all finished their NCAFA seasons with winning records and both their Tyke and Mosquito squads both represented NCAFA at the 2021 Ontario Fall Cup in November at Esthner Shiner Stadium in Toronto.
Both squads were able to get wins on the day with their Mosquito squad taking down the Scarborough Thunder 42-18 behind star running back Connor Hamelin’s multiple touchdowns to receive the title of best Mosquito team in the province. The Wildcats will now direct their focus to the newly formed OSFL (Ontario Summer Football League) along with some familiar NCAFA rivals, they will be looking to be competitive in the first year of the OSFL as the smallest community playing in the new league. President of the Cornwall Wildcats Kirby Camplin says
“There are definite advantages to being in a small community. Our athletes have a tremendous sense of pride belonging to the local football club.”
”We are excited to see summer football in Ontario finally be under one banner. The creation of the Ontario Summer Football League (OSFL) joins a once fractured football landscape.”