|IAFL Senior Team 1987
Home Ground: Coleraine Borough Council Park, Co. Antrim
Colours: Navy Blue / Navy Blue / White
Career Record: (W-L-T) Regular Season: 2-11-1
History: Were the first team in Northern Ireland, and the second in Ireland as a whole, after the Dublin Celts  . Played in the first game between two Irish Clubs, a Flag Football game against the Tyrone Tornadoes in 1985.
Played in the Northern Ireland American Football Association Flag League in 1985-86 before playing in the first two full Irish American Football League seasons in 1987 and 1988. they won two games in 1987, and managed just one tie in 1988.
Were reformed by former players in 2001, but only played two Flag Football games before folding again  .
Home Venue Map
|Year||Regular Season||Final Position||Post-Season|
|7||07.06.87||H||East Side Jets||W||31-0|
|14||26.07.87||H||Jordanstown Jaguars||W||1-0 #|
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Thanks to Cillian Smith, Michael Smith, Ralph Schmeer and Michael Brophy of the Irish American Football Association and Irish American Football Officials Association.
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