UpdatedWednesday April 24, 2019 byETFL Media.



You came. You balled. And some of you conquered. 


Here is your Week 5 Recap.




Game 1: Moody vs. Direct


Offence wins games. Defence wins Championships. The Direct squad showed they had a Championship caliber defence on this day, as they picked off veteran quarterback Buzz Bezzant a total of three times. Mike McNeill and Ben Masson each took their interceptions house, scoring a combined 12 defensive points. And Alex Leonidakis picked one off himself, showing he’s not just an offensive force. Buzz Bezzant showed a lot of heart in this game, never quitting, and finishing the game with a touchdown pass to Dave Thomas.


Final Score: Direct - 24 | Moody - 14


Game Leaders: 


Direct - Josh Devine (1-FG, 3-1XP), Alex Leonidakis (1-INT), Ben Masson (1-TD, 1-INT), Mike McNeill (2-TD, 1-INT)


Moody - Jonah Harding (1-1XP), Chris Heath (1-TD, 1-1XP),Dmitri Kostus (2-INT), Dave Thomas (1-TD)




Game 2: CTI vs. Scugog


Default win for Scugog. An unfortunate and disappointing no show for the CTI squad. Cole Lafoy dominated the warm-up, however, despite the imperfect weather conditions. 


Final Score: Scugog - 6 | CTI - 0


Game Leaders:


Scugog - N/A






Game 3: Dawksports vs. Brent’s


This was a well-matched game, despite Brandon Pottle’s early pick-six. Brent’s defence battle hard, stopping the high powered Dawksports offence multiple times, allowing them to get back in the game. With the combination of a few key catches by Kwame and a mossing of two defenders by Jamie Whitter Brent’s squad was able to make this a game. Unfortunately, the strong composure and defensive play of Dawksports allowed them to hold on to the win.


Final Score: Dawksports - 21 | Brent’s - 14


Game Leaders:


Dawksports - Leo Avila (2-TD, 1-INT), Brandon Pottle (1-TD, 1-INT), Drew Pottle (3-1XP), Mike Smith (1-INT)


Brent’s - Kwame (1-TD), Ryan Henriques (1-2XP), Jamie Whitter (1-TD)




Game 4: Hampton vs. RPM


Easily the game of the week, maybe the year. Mikey Bezzant and Bryan Earle connected on two first-half touchdowns, setting up Hampton with a secure lead going into the half. The RPM offence was inconsistent in the first half, but as a great leader does, Rob Pacas lead his team to a second-half comeback. The RPM squad scored in a number of ways with three touchdowns, three two-point conversions and a pair of field goals. It was a total team win.


Final Score: RPM - 31 | Hampton - 28


Game Leaders:


RPM - Josh Devine (2-TD), Adrian McIntosh (1-2XP), Braeden Pacas (1-TD, 1-2XP) Rob Pacas (2-FG), Andrew Pingz (1-2XP)


Hampton - Bryan Earle (2-TD), Bo Gluch (1-2XP), Shane Ruest (2-TD, 1-1XP)