It’s been quite a week for Bomber linebacker Adam Bighill.
On Tuesday, the league announced that Bighill has been named a Shaw CFL Top Performer of the week after his best game in a Bomber uniform this past Saturday.
Bighill had two interceptions including a 55-yard pick-six against his former club the B.C Lions last weekend, while also leading the team in tackles with six.
The four-time CFL All-Star played six seasons with the Lions (2011-16) before signing a one-year contract with the Bombers this past off-season.
The two interceptions puts Bighill in a tie for the league lead with with Derico Murray of Ottawa, and is second in the CFL in defensive tackles at 27.
Ottawa receiver Brad Sinopoli and Toronto running back James Wilder Jr. were also named top performers for Week 4 of the CFL season.
The Bombers and Lions go head-to-head again this coming Saturday, this time in B.C.