Dublib Rebels visit Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital in Crumlin.read full article
Dublin Rebels News
Dublin Rebels 62 -6 Craigavon Cowboys
People’s Park, Portadown
April 28th 2013
Despite playing and losing their first away game of the year against the West Dublin Rhinos 2 weeks ago, the Rebels hit the road for reals and headed North to play their first of 3 games in as many weeks against Northern opposition. The 7-6 loss was now in the rear view mirror as the Rebels looked ahead up the long highway to the Shamrock Bowl. Luckily for the Rebels the players brought more balls onto the pitch than game manager Mick Clarke brought onto the bus and it was clear [...]
The IAFA has announced new dates for the following fixtures which were lost due to the poor weather on March 24th.
Belfast Trojans @ West Dublin Rhinos will be played on June 2nd (Rhinos @ Trojans game on this date will move to June 9th).
Dublin Rebels @ Carrickfergus Knights (venue tba)
West Dublin Rhinos @ Belfast Trojans (moved from June 2nd).
Cork Admirals @ Trinity College will be played on June 16th.
A new date for UL Vikings @ UCD will be announced shortly.
In order to accommodate the rescheduled games, the SBC North Wildcard game will move to from June 16th [...]
Two of the games which were lost due to unplayable pitches in recent weeks have been rescheduled as follows:
UCD @ Trinity College – rescheduled for Saturday 30th March. (originally 17th February).
Dublin Rebels @ Belfast Trojans – rescheduled for Sunday 5th May (originally 10th March).
Next Sundays Belfast Trojans @ Dublin Rebels game, which was due to take place in Sportslink, has been postponed due to the pitch being unplayable. The game is expected to be rescheduled for an alternative date.read full article
Dublin Rebels win over the West Dublin Rhinos gives them their 100th win since joining the IAFL.read full article
The IAFL AGM took place earlier today in the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Dublin. The highlight of the meeting was the admission of a number of new clubs including 4 who will play competitive football in 2013. The new mulit-tiered league structure was also approved.
A reformed DCU Saints club will return to the league after a 2 year absence and will join the new top division – the Shamrock Bowl Conference – in 2013. The SBC will feature the top 10 teams in Irish football.
Mullingar Minotaurs, North Kildare Reapers and Waterford Wolves join Tullamore Phoenix, Dublin Dragons, Drogheda Lightning and [...]
Introduction of 3 levels of football. Given the phenomenal growth of American Football in Ireland the IAFL have restructured their League Format. The changes are designed not only to cope with the expanding number of teams, but also to reflect the increasing standard of IAFL Clubs on and off the field. Picture – 2012 Champions Belfast Trojans (bdonnellyphotography.com)read full article
The IAFL Board met over the past weekend to discuss the 2013 IAFL season. There will be some very exciting news re: the proposed 2013 league structure announced on this website at Noon on Thursday 11th October.
In the meantime, all teams have been asked to submit their 2013 application/audit forms before 21st October. Audit meetings for all new teams and some existing teams will take place in early November.
Any new team wishing to join in any category of membership will need to submit an application/audit by 21st October – copies of the audit form can be downloaded on the Resources part [...]
For the first time in the history of the sport in Ireland, two unbeaten teams will contest the Shamrock Bowl.read full article