This weekend in the Shamrock Bowl Conference saw the Trojans beat the Knights in a Belfast Derby, the reigning champions Rebels thrash the Vikings, the students of UCD finish the regular season unbeaten on 8-0, and the Panthers close in on a late Playoff place. Continue reading “Weekly Round-up: UCD end the season unbeaten and Trojans win the battle of Belfast”
With the IAFL 1 regular season soon coming to a close, we look at each team’s current position and what they need to do to make the post season. Continue reading “IAFL 1 Playoff picture”
There was only two games over the weekend, as unfortunately the other three games were called off due lack of player numbers, whilst the lack of an ambulance impacted on another. Continue reading “Weekly round-up: Rebels win Shamrock Bowl renewal and Rhinos keep the pressure on the Eagles”
The Coventry Jets were formed in 2004 and they’ve been one of the most successful teams in the UK during their short history, having competed in six bowl games and four National Championships over eleven years. They also won BritBowl in 2008. Continue reading “Ground-breaking partnerships announced by the Antrim Jets”
The Shamrock Bowl Conference teams had a well deserved week off this weekend, as the IAFL 1 took centre stage, as both the Wexford Eagles and the Donegal/Derry Vipers took control in their respective conferences.
The Eagles, top of the Southern Conference standings, headed into their game in Malahide against the North Dublin Pirates on a 4-game winning steak, while in the Northern Conference the Vipers were looking to make it three wins in a row against the Craigavon Cowboys. Continue reading “Weekly Round-up: Eagles soar to 5-0”
This weekend saw three games take place in the Shamrock Bowl Conference, with wins for UCD, Cork Admirals and the Belfast Knights.
UCD continued their unbeaten start to the season, as they moved to 5-0, following a 21-12 win over the University of Limerick Vikings in Belfield. Continue reading “Weekly Round-up – UCD remain unbeaten in SBC”