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Nathan Kirshner October 28, 2011

[Nathan Kirshner, a 10 year old student at Brock Corydon gives a run down of the recent Blue Bombers game, complete with follow-up interview with first time spectator ]
Winnipeg Blue Bombers vs. Toronto Argonauts on Oct 28, 2011
Chris Garret was starting at Halfback. The first play of the game was a sack by Bryant Turner from the Bombers. Dominic Picard of the Argonauts made an after the play push 
After the play Dominic Picard of the Toronto Argonauts pushed Kenny Mainor of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers into Cory Boyd of the Argonauts Winnipeg and the referees thought that Kenny on purpose hit him but that is wrong I even sent a video of it.
Final Score 22-24 for the Argonauts
I interviewed Jessica Kirshner (a random interview) and here’s what she said. 
Q. Was that your first football game that you saw on TV?
A. Yes it was. I've seen a bit of football but honestly it was the first.
Q. What was your favorite part of the game?
A. Like most people I liked when the Blue bombers scored touchdowns. Overall I thought it was great.
Q. What was your least favorite part of the game?
A. At the beginning Dominic Picard (Toronto) pushed Kenny Mainor (bombers) and the referee gave Winnipeg a penalty when it should've been Toronto that got a penalty.
Q. What is your favorite to watch on TV?
A. Football, It’s fun and exiting and I love it!
Q. Who was your favorite player?
A. I liked all the players on the team and some of my favorites were Jovon Johnson, Greg Carr and Terence Edwards
Q. Overall out of ten what would you rate the game?
A. It was too bad that the Bombers lost, but the actual game was pretty good. I would give it a 7. If the Bombers had won, it would’ve been a 9.  
Good luck Blue!
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