Jamie Boreham


207 lbs


5' 10"






Mar 29th, 1978

Career Years:






Boreham played for the Argo's for 14 games before he ended the season early due to a leg injury.


Borham dressed in only 13 regular season games for the Riders before missing the remainder of the season due to an injury.  He averaged 42.2 yards on 91 punts and 63.6 yards on 76 kickoffs.   


Dressed in 17 regular season games and the West Semi-Final as the punter and handled the kickoffs…missed one game due to injury…averaged 41.6 yards on 107 punts and 64.6 yards on 78 kickoffs.


Dressed in all 18 regular season games as the punter and handled the kickoffs …also started both playoff games and Grey Cup game…averaged 42 yards on 118 punts…averaged 62.9 yards on 86 kickoffs.


Finished his 2005 season with a 71.6% field goal completion percentage (23 for 32), 116 punts for 4594 yards (39.6 average), 77 kickoffs for 4490 yards (58.3 average) and seven special teams tackles...recorded the ninth highest single-season kickoff return yards total (4,490) and ninth higest single-season kickoff total (77) in Ticats team history...hit the game tying field with two second left in the game, averaged 41.5 yards on six punts and 62.5 yards on two kickoffs in Hamilton's 16-16 pre-season tie with Toronto in Halifax on June 11th...averaged 55.5 yards on two kickoffs and 40.3 on six punts in Hamilton's 34-31 pre-season loss to Toronto on June 17th...averaged 65.4 yards on five kickoffs, 40.3 yards on eight punts and connected on two of his three field goal attempts in the Tiger-Cats 31-21 season opening loss at Montreal on June 22nd...had four kickoffs for 174 yards and nine punts for 376 yards in Hamilton's 23-21 loss to Saskatchewan on July 2nd...kicked a 30 yard field goal, averaged 79 yards on two kickoffs and had 10 punts for 388 yards in the Tiger-Cats 32-13 loss at Saskatchewan on July 17th...kicked a single game career high five field goals, averaged 54.3 yards on seven kickoffs and 42 yards on five punts in the Tiger-Cats 28-22 loss to B.C. on July 23rd...was successful on all three of his field goal attempts, averaged 62.3 yards on six kickoffs, had 134 yards on three punts and completed one pass for 19 yards on a fake punt in the Tiger-Cats 36-30 loss at Edmonton on July 30th...connected successfully on his one field goal attempt, 170 yards on three kickoffs and 171 yards on five punts in Hamilton's 28-12 loss to Ottawa on August 6th...had 262 yards on seven punts and 169 yards on three kickoffs in in Hamilton's 44-14 loss at Winnipeg on August 13th...had five punts for 212 yards and three kickoffs for 204 yards in the Tiger-Cats 39-15 loss at B.C. on August 19th...averaged 66.1 yards on seven kickoffs, had two punts for 87 yards and successfully connected on both of his field goal attempts in the Tiger-Cats 41-39 victory over Winnipeg on August 26th...kicked the game winning 43 yard field goal, averaged 39.8 yards on six punts and 59.6 yards on seven kickoffs in the Tiger-Cats 33-30 victory over Toronto on September 5th...averaged 59.3 yards on three kickoffs and had 10 punts for 390 yards in the Tiger-Cats 48-0 loss at Toronto on September 10th...kicked one field goal, averaged 59.3 yards on three kickoffs had 10 punts for 346 yards in the Tiger-Cats 39-17 loss to Calgary on September 17th...kicked one field goal, averaged 56.9 yards on seven kickoffs and had four punts for 115 yards in the Tiger-Cats 40-14 victory over Edmonton on September 30th...kicked two field goals, averaged 58.3 yards on eight kickoffs and had 10 punts for 396 yards in the Tiger-Cats 43-21 loss at Ottawa on October 7th...connected on one of his three field goal attempts, averaged 54.7 yards on three kickoffs and had four punts for 182 yards...connected on one of his three field goal attempts, averaged 54.2 yards on six kickoffs and had four punts for 130 yards in the Tiger-Cats 40-32 victory over Ottawa on October 21st...connected on two of four field goal attempts, averaged 58.5 yards per kickoff and had eight punts for 286 yards in the Ticats 15-9 win versus Montreal on November 4.


Boreham played in 12 games during the regular season with Hamilton after he was traded to the Tiger-Cats along with Kojo Aidoo from Winnipeg in exchange for a third round pick in the 2004 Canadian College Draft on February 12th. He led the Tiger-Cats with 99 points and averaged 38.9 yards on 44 punts and 58.3 yards on 52 kickoffs. Jamie was successful on 22 of 37 field goal attempts including a season long 49-yard three point score.


The Vancouver native re-signed with the Blue Bombers in May. After attending Winnipeg's training camp, Boreham returned to the University of Manitoba for his final year of CIS eligibility.


Boreham signed with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on February 7th after Winnipeg acquired his playing rights from the B.C. Lions in exchange for a sixth round selection in the 2002 CFL Canadian College Draft. Jamie attended the Blue Bombers training camp and was released prior to the start of the regular season.


The B.C. Lions selected the hometown kicker in the second round (16th overall) of the 2001 CFL Canadian College Draft. Boreham attended the Lions training camp and was released prior to the start of the regular season.


Boreham played three seasons (2001-03) at the University of Manitoba. He also played at the University of Saskatchewan in 1999 and the University of British Columbia in 1996. Boreham showed his great versatility by being named an all-star at both kicker and safety. He had a 42.8 career punting average and once kicked a 55 yard field goal, the second longest in CIS history. Boreham studied the kicking game from both ends. The multitalented Canadian not only place-kicked and punted, he was also a return specialist. Throughout his college career Boreham returned 51 punts for 477 yards and one touchdown. He also returned 6 kickoffs for 90 yards. However, Boreham's strengths lie in his kicking leg. Over the course of his college career, he amassed 7,255 yards on 169 punts, earning his team seven singles.


Played three seasons (1997-98, 2000) with the Abbotsford Air Force of the British Columbia Junior Football League...in 2000 he was first in the CJFL in converts, third in scoring and third in field goals...was also a leader of a defence that placed first in fewest yards allowed, first in rushing yards allowed, second in passing yards and fourth in giveaway-takeaway...in 1998 he was named the BCJFL defensive player of the year for his play a safety and was a dual CJFL All-Canadian at safety and placekicker...was a BCJFL All-Star at safety in 1997...was an all-around high school athlete at Vancouver College School...competed in football, basketball, wrestling and track and field during his years with the Fighting Irish...was an all-star kicker and safety as well as well as runner-up for the province's Most Valuable Defensive Player in Grade 12...in Grade 11, was a member of the Vancouver College team that won the B.C. Provincial Championship...his uncle is former B.C. Lion Kevin Konar.