Winnipeg Blue Bomber leader Andrew Harris hopes to continue the winning streak before his wedding social

Winnipeg Blue Bomber leader Andrew Harris hopes to continue the winning streak before his wedding social

Running back of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers Andrew Harris is determined to win a second victory in a row over rivals from Toronto. The match will take place on Friday night at Investors Group Field, and on Saturday at this stadium Harris and his fiancee Carina Fiorentino will have a party timed to their wedding social.

According to Harris, the most important thing for him now is to win the game with the Argonauts, and on Saturday to continue the celebration. He also shared his joy that the celebration will take place at his native stadium because it is like home to Andrew and no one has ever conducted anything like this before.

The 31-year-old Winnipeg native and his fiancee are going to be officially married in April next year, and a wedding social before it is a tradition in Manitoba. This is a special event where people buy tickets and then have fun, dance, drink and participate in the lottery. At this party tickets to the Bombers’ games and a 5-day holiday at a villa in Mexico will be the prizes. In total, the couple expects about 2,000 guests among whom their friends, family members, teammates and coaches, and of course fans of the Blue Bombers will be.

As for the game itself on Friday, the Winnipeg team has a very good chance of winning. Bombers are in great shape and lead the league in points scored with 199 in 6 games, and Andrew has 610 running yards in the asset, which is also a leading indicator.

In the Toronto team, several leading players are injured. There is a possibility that on Friday the CFL top rookie of the last season James Wilder Jr. will not play. The coach of the Argonauts Marc Trestman does not lose optimism and believes that this should not prevent his team from showing a good game. However, fans of Winnipeg have no doubt that if Harris continues to demonstrate such a phenomenal game, as in previous matches, then the Argonauts simply will not have a chance.

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