WINNIPEG - Kicker Paul McCallum hit a 41-yard field goal on the last play of the game as the B.C. Lions fended off a late Winnipeg rally on Friday for a 20-17 win over the Blue Bombers.
The victory stretches B.C.'s winning streak to four games and the Lions improved its CFL-leading record to 6-2, while the Bombers drop to 2-6.
B.C.'s streak of not allowing an opponent to score a touchdown ended at 15 quarters when Winnipeg backup quarterback Alex Brink plunged in for a one-yard TD at 10:45 of the third quarter.
Winnipeg put up a fight and actually grabbed the lead in the fourth quarter when Justin Palardy booted a pair of field goals after B.C. quarterback Travis Lulay was twice intercepted.
But Lions running back Andrew Harris scored his second TD of the game on a two-yard run with less than two minutes left in the game to grab the 17-14 edge.
After a 29-yard pass from Bombers QB Joey Elliott to veteran receiver Terrence Edwards, Palardy hit another field goal from 31 yards out to make it 17-17 with 27 seconds left.
Lulay got McCallum into scoring range with a 24-yard completion to veteran Geroy Simon.
After a scoreless first quarter, B.C. led 10-0 at halftime and 10-8 after three quarters.