Thunder has 3 wins and 2 losses in Week 7

Our U10 and U12 teams went out to Beeton to play the TNT Express on Sunday for the final games of the regular season. The U10 came out on top 42-12 in a shootout and are now 5-1 on the season. The U12 came out on top 70-6 and remain undefeated at 7-0 on the season. Both teams now enjoy a bye week and await the outcome of the game being played next week to see where they will finish overall and determine their playoff seeding and opponents.

Our U14 faced off against the powerhouse Cumberland Panthers in Ottawa and fell 36-0 and are now 3-3 in the regular season (5-3 overall). The U16 team travelled out to Oshawa to face the Hawkeyes on saturday evening and came away with the win 28-15 and are now 2-3 on the season (4-3 overall). The U18 team headed down the QEW to face the Oakville Titans and dropped a 20-6 decision and are still looking for their first win in the regular season 0-5 (2-5 overall). This coming weekend the U14 team will head out to Ajax on Saturday for a 12pm game against long time rivals, the Durham Dolphins at Bev Morgan Field (Pineridge SS). The U16 and U18 teams will head out to Centennial Stadium in Etobicoke on Saturday to face the Eagles. The U16 kickoff at 9am and the U18 have a 1pm start. 

Great job to all Thunder teams and good luck this weekend.

ALL OSFL games have gate fees, our home game are $5.00 per person (Under 16 and Over 65 free entry)  


Full equipment practices move to Winston Churchill CI and Agincourt CI the week of May 16th. 

  • Atom - Mondays and Wednesdays 6:30-8:30pm @ Winston Churchill CI
  • Peewee and Bantam - Tuesdays and Thursday 6:30pm-8:30pm @ Winston Churchill CI
  • Junior and Senior Varsity - Tuesdays and Thursday 6:30pm-9:00pm  @Agincourt CI 

See 2022 Summer Tackle Info. section for all the information. 




The Scarborough Thunder will be playing in the Ontario Summer Football League (OSFL), a newly branded and fully sanctioned league encompassing 38 Organizations across Ontario, from Windsor to Cornwall to Sault Ste Marie. It makes it the largest tiered Football league in the Country. We are excited to be playing in AAA Tier (Tier 1) in the GTA Division, which minimizes travel but allows us to play against some of our long-time rivals each year. The season will consist of at least 8 games at Atom and Peewee and nine games at Bantam, JV and SV, with two pre-season, six regular seasons, at least one playoff game, and our home games will be at Birchmount Stadium. The OSFL is part of the larger Ontario Community Football Leagues (OCFL). This umbrella organization also has the Ontario Fall Football League (OFFL) and National Capital Amateur Football Association (NCAFA) and are the ONLY sanctioned Leagues in Ontario and have the full support of Football Ontario, the Provincial Sport Governing Body.

2022 Summer Schedules - U14, U16 and U18 Bus pickup and drop times will be provided by Team Managers.


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