Valley Husker Brandon Poulin earns B.C. Football Conference award

For the second time this season the dynamic receiver/returner is a BCFC Player of the Week.

Brandon Poulin’s big game in last weekend’s road win at Victoria has earned him a BC Football Conference Player of the Week nod.

The speedster gets the Special Teams POW selection, the second time this season the Manitoba native has been picked.He was named the Offensive Player of the Week following a mid-September road win at Kamloops where he caught seven passes for 156 yards and added a 58 yard kick return.

In a losing cause, Westshore Rebels QB Mason Brown won this week’s Offensive POW award after completing 25 of 39 passes for 275 yards and three touchdowns.

Kamloops Bronco linebacker Darby Kwan earned Defensive POW honours with seven tackles in an 18-10 road loss at Kelowna.

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