Wildcard Weekend produced everything you’d expect from Playoff Football, overtime games, tough defensive battles and some high scoring, as some teams moved on while others saw their season come to a shuddering end. Continue reading “Wildcard Weekend thrills and spills”
The South Dublin Panthers were surprise winners over SBC South leaders the Cork Admirals on Sunday afternoon in front of a big crowd in the East Village Bowl at the CIT Stadium. Continue reading “Weekly Round-up: Panthers stun the Admirals while the Minotaurs slay previously unbeaten Eagles”
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 big game over the weekend saw the champions, the Dublin Rebels head up to Belfast to face an ever improving Trojans side in Harlequins Rugby Club on Sunday afternoon.
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”