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19th Grey Cup

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19th Grey Cup

19th Grey Cup
Regina Roughriders Montreal AAA Winged Wheelers
(4-0) (6-0)
0 22
Head coach: 
Al Ritchie
Head coach: 
Clary Foran
Date December 5, 1931
Stadium Percival Molson Memorial Stadium
Location Montreal
Attendance 5,112
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The 19th Grey Cup was played on December 5, 1931, before 5,112 fans at the Percival Molson Memorial Stadium at Montreal. The Montreal AAA Winged Wheelers defeated the Regina Roughriders 22 to 0.

This game was the first time the Grey Cup was won by a club from outside of Ontario. This game also marked the first time that use of a forward pass was allowed by the Canadian Rugby Union. Consequentially, Montreal's Warren Stevens threw the first touchdown pass in Grey Cup history, caught and scored by Kenny Grant.

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