Do you think Regina is ready for the Grey Cup? 55,400 people crammed into Taylor Field on Saturday to help push their Roughriders toward a berth in the playoffs. A win for Saskatchewan would keep them tied with Winnipeg, plus, the ’Riders have a game in hand. Mark McLoughlin opened the scoring for Calgary sending a 40 yard field goal through the uprights. Saskatchewan’s punt defence scored a safety as Calgary punter Anthony Martino bobbled a high snap and got tackled in the end zone. The ’Riders took the lead on a 39 yard passing TD play from Warren Jones to Don Narcisse. Dave Ridgway kicked the convert. Ridgway came to the line later in the quarter, this time for a 20 yard field goal. Martino scored another FG for Calgary before half-time making the score 12 to 6 for Saskatchewan. Early in the third quarter Ridgway extended the ’Riders lead with a 39 yard field goal. Calgary answered back with a 14 yard TD pass from Jeff Garcia to Tyrone Williams. McLoughlin’s convert made the score 15 to 13 for Saskatchewan at the end of the third quarter. The Roughriders took control of the game early in the fourth quarter with a 20 yard passing touchdown. Dan Farthing was the recipient of the Jones scoring pass. Ridgway’s convert attempt was good. Dave Sapunjis scored his twelfth receiving touchdown of the year for the Stampeders later in the quarter. Garcia threw a 41 yard pass to Sapunjis bringing them to within 2 points of the ’Riders. Saskatchewan sealed the victory with 4:12 left in the game on a Ridgway field goal from 27 yard out. The win for Saskatchewan leaves them in control of their own destiny the rest of the way.