|University of Toronto Varsity II||20||McMaster University||1|
|Royal Military College II||16||Queens University||7|
|Queens University||30||Royal Military College II||8|
|(Queens won series 37-24 on Agg)|
|Queens University||20||University of Toronto Varsity II||13|
|Queens University||11||University of Toronto Varsity II||5|
|(Queens won series 31-18 on Agg)|
The Junior Inter-Collegiate Football union was one of two Junior College Football (Canadian Football) Leagues in Canada in 1906, the other being the Little Big Four. The JICFU was based in Ontario, Canada, with the University of Toronto II, Queens University (Kingston), Royal Military College (Kingston) and McMaster University (Hamilton) all based in the Province, and unlike the Little Big four, were all Universities, rather than Colleges in Status.
Queens University from Kingston won the Championship in 1906, having defeated Royal Miltary College II and University of Toronto Varsity II in a three-round knockout (elimination) tournament.
The Canadian Junior Football League has been running Amateur Province-based Championships for players aged 18-23 since 1887, under various names (Canadian Rugby Union, Canadian Junior Football League). In Canada Gridiron Football was known as Rugby until the Canadian Football League split away from the Canadian Rugby Union in 1958 to form its own Professional League and adopt more American Football Rules. The sport has been known as Canadian Football since. (For more on Canadian Football history see: Canadian Football Leagues
 Canadian Junior Football League | Facebook (2011) CJFL Profile Picture: March 3, 2011 [Internet] Available from: https://scontent-dub4-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t31.0-8/s720x720/172369_166507693399012_2554406_o.jpg?_nc_cat=108&_nc_eui2=AeEmInrSy7Bp5Q4nj_j07-ZNBsVadK5KjxZ41fzEaVCISv70yVik13v0v3zYpBxRgsfUNu-p8l9wNdwiUtbFgjxmLVz-GqrX6CXGQ0Q1t3vEOg&_nc_ohc=qW-lYWvPX78AQld50UAOtsqMmpIdM9heSa3xodVrfPzv-6YUYkLSkRtlA&_nc_ht=scontent-dub4-1.xx&oh=6d635c510b3954231714cee2128f1767&oe=5E6D4BE8%5BAccessed 20 December 2019]
 British Columbia Football Conference (2019) CJFL Records | All Time Standings [Internet] Available from: https://cdn4.sportngin.com/attachments/document/0132/8193/Team_Standings_1887-2016.pdf?_ga=2.223530395.1807741386.1558376670-2095904572.1558376670 [Accessed 21 May 2019]
Thanks to Robert Burns. Judith Burns, Steve Hearn, Anton Pippo O’Grady, John Wills, John Morahan & John Kane.
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