Valley Husker Brandon Poulin wins another BCFC award

Poulin earned his third Player of the Week nod of the season in a loss vs the Van Island Raiders.

For the second week in a row, Valley Husker Brandon Poulin has been named the BC Football Conference Special Teams Player of the Week.

Playing on the road at Nanaimo, the Manitoba native returned three kicks for 73 yards and fielded six punts for 90 yards.

He added five catches for 68 yards and a touchdown on offence as his Huskers fell 22-14 to the Raiders in the regular season finale.

The dynamic speedster finished the season with a BCFC best in receptions (63) and receiving yards (878) and leads the Huskers (6-4) into the playoffs this weekend.

Poulin’s crew is the fourth seed, hitting the road to face the top seed Okanagan Sun (7-2-1) Sunday afternoon at the Apple Bowl in Kelowna.

See bcfootballconference.com for more info.

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