Riders fans share Grey Cup joy on Green Mile

It was a wild scene on the streets of Regina Sunday night after the Saskatchewan Roughriders defeated the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 45-23 to win the Grey Cup.

Thousands converged on Albert Street after Sask.'s victory over Hamilton

Thousands were out on the streets of Regina Sunday night to celebrate their beloved Roughriders' 45-23 Grey Cup victory over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. (CBC/Radio-Canada)

It was a wild scene on the streets of Regina Sunday night after the Saskatchewan Roughriders defeated the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 45-23 to win the Grey Cup.

Thousands of elated fans converged on the 'Green Mile' along Albert St. to share their joy.

Police said fans were generally well-behaved, although there were some alcohol-related calls.

Here's a sample of pictures taken by CBC and Radio-Canada videographers:

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