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28th Grey Cup

28th Grey Cup
Ottawa Rough Riders Toronto Balmy Beach Beachers
(5-1) (6-0)
8 2
Head coach: 
Ross Trimble
Head coach: 
Alex Ponton
Date November 30, 1940
Stadium Varsity Stadium
Location Toronto
Attendance 4,998
< 27th Grey Cup 29th Grey Cup >
28th Grey Cup
Toronto Balmy Beach Beachers Ottawa Rough Riders
(6-0) (5-1)
5 12
Head coach: 
Ross Trimble
Date December 7, 1940
Stadium Lansdowne Park
Location Ottawa
Attendance 1,700
< 27th Grey Cup 29th Grey Cup >

The 28th Grey Cup was played as a two-game series with the first game played on November 30, 1940, before 4,998 fans at Varsity Stadium in Toronto. The second game was played on December 7, 1940, with cold weather and snow contributing to a small attendance of 1,700 fans, at Lansdowne Park in Ottawa. This two-game series format was set up as a result of the Canadian Rugby Union disallowing the Winnipeg Blue Bombers the right to play in the title game due to a rule dispute. Consequently, what would have been the Eastern Final game became a two-game Grey Cup series.

The Ottawa Rough Riders defeated the Toronto Balmy Beach Beachers by a total-points score of 20 to 7.

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