2014 - Another great year! Old's players joined with our Bantams to become an amazing team. We saw two Stamp players come for a practice night and show our players some tips and tricks. Both the Bantams and PeeWee teams were able to play at McMahon Stadium in Calgary. We had a team building night at the movies and another night at the pool. We got new helmets and had a wonderful year.
2013 - An amazing year! A successful spring camp, followed by a fourth year of being Rotary Club Parade Champions, and a charity car wash that raised $490 for Alberta Flood Relief efforts, the Cyclones were off to a great season. August saw our first "True Grit" Exhibition event, which proved to be beyond everyone's expectations. Innisfail Minor Football was recognized by the province for their part in raising awareness of bullying in our community with the "Wear Orange for Aidan" campaign (started at the suggestion of one of our Pee Wee players). The campaign became a community wide event. 2013 also saw our Bantams, for the first time in IMFA history, play a Central Football League playoff game! Our Bantams won silver medals, losing out to HHS by a single point in overtime.
2012 - 2012 was an exciting year for the Cyclones! With the return of the Bantam team and an influx of new peewees it was a great opportunity for rebuilding. In 2012, the Cyclones were recognized as Innisfail's Team of the Year at the Community Awards banquet. We were also finalist in the Kraft Canada Celebration Tour. Beating out numerous communities in three rounds and in the end, losing to Cochrane, a community almost twice the size of Innisfail, by only a few hundred votes. 2012 also brought some recognition to a coach that has been an integral part of Innisfail Minor Football since it's inception. Coach Wally was recognized with both the Scotiabank Game Changers Award and the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee medal for volunteerism. The Cyclones were also Rotary Club Parade Champions for the third year running!
2011 - 2011 was the year our Peewee team went all the way! Tier 3 League Champions and 2011 Provincial Gold Medal Champions, with Innisfail defeating the Colts 12-0, to end a perfect season.
2009 - Two of our greatest accomplishments in 2009 included becoming Tier 4 League Champions Central Alberta and becoming Provincial Silver Medalists in a final game that saw Camrose beat outInnisfail 34-12.
2006 - A Cyclones Pee Wee team is formed and joins the Central Alberta Pee Wee Football League.
2005 - The Cyclones form their own association, separate from The Innisfail High School. Innisfail Minor Football Association is formed. 52 Bantam players were registered that year.
2003 - Innisfail, along with Red Deer and Sylvan lake decide to bring Bantam football to Central Alberta. Central Football League is formed with Bantam teams under the local high school teams, run by the school associations.