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52nd Grey Cup

52nd Grey Cup
BC Lions Hamilton Tiger-Cats
(11-2-3) (10-3-1)
34 24
Head coach: 
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1 2 3 4 Total
BC Lions 7 13 14 0 34
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 0 1 7 16 24
Date November 28, 1964
Stadium Exhibition Stadium
Location Toronto
Attendance 32,655
Broadcasters
Network CBC, CTV, SRC
< 51st Grey Cup 53rd Grey Cup >

The 52nd Grey Cup was hosted at Exhibition Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 28, 1964. The BC Lions defeated the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 34-24, the first Grey Cup victory for BC.

Bill Munsey on offence and defence

BC player Bill Munsey scored two touchdowns in the third quarter, one on offence and another on defence. Having replaced injured running back Bob Swift, he took a handoff from quarterback Joe Kapp, and broke over right guard for an 18-yard touchdown. Later in the quarter, at the BC 35-yard line, Hamilton quarterback Bernie Faloney lateraled to halfback Johnny Counts, who dropped the ball. In the ensuing scramble for the fumbled ball, Munsey picked it up and ran 71 yards for another touchdown. Bob Swift, Willie Fleming and Jim Carphin also scored TDs for the Lions.

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