The Regina Thunder will have home-field advantage in the first round of the PFC Playoffs after beating the Calgary Colts 30-20 on Sunday.
Colton Klassen ran for 175 yards and Jaeden Marwick threw a pair of touchdowns to help the Thunder to victory.
Ashton Vien and Preston Bews both caught first-half touchdown passes to give the Thunder a 14-13 lead at the break.
The game was tied going into the fourth, with the Thunder’s Victor St. Pierre-Laviolette scoring the winning touchdown with less than 10 minutes left of the game.
Kicker Kris Calcutt sealed the win with his third field goal of the game with 42 seconds remaining.
The Thunder’s final regular-season game is Sunday at 1 p.m. at Mosaic Stadium against the Edmonton Huskies.