Tiger-Cats, Roughriders split CFL top performer honours for September

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Hamilton Tiger-Cats quarterback Dane Evans throws past the Ottawa Redblacks. (Justin Tang/CP)

TORONTO — Two Hamilton Tiger-Cats and a Saskatchewan Roughrider are the CFL’s top performers for September.

Ticats receiver Bralon Addison and quarterback Dane Evans and Saskatchewan Roughriders defensive lineman Charleston Hughes have earned the monthly honours following weekly voting.

Addison had 27 catches for 497 yards and four touchdowns as the Ticats went 3-1 in September.

Evans has led the Ticats to two straight road wins and has Hamilton on the verge of clinching an East title following a season-ending injury to starting quarterback Jeremiah Masoli.

Hughes had 11 tackles and five sacks in September.

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