September 27, 2022
Riders defence dominates, offence surges in fourth quarter for 30-13 win over Ti-Cats

Saskatchewan Roughriders safety Mike Edem celebrates after a play during a 30-13 win over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats at Mosaic Stadium on June 11, 2022. (Saskatchewan Roughriders)

Kian Schaffer-Baker gave the fans something to cheer about — and an unprompted meet and greet — after scoring the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ first touchdown in a 30-13 win over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Saturday.

Schaffer-Baker ran a corner route and caught a pass from quarterback Cody Fajardo in the corner of the south end zone at Mosaic Stadium for the team’s first touchdown of the CFL game with just three minutes left in the fourth quarter.

Schaffer-Baker and right tackle Na’Ty Rodgers then decided to take a Pilsner Plunge and celebrate among the Rider faithful in Pil Country during the home opener. Paid attendance for the game was 28,216.

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