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Four Nations American Football | Four Nations Bowl 1992

League Table

  P W L T PF PA Pct
x – Stoke Spitfires (Eng) 2 2 0 0 33 10 1.000
Cardiff Mets (Wal) 2 1 1 0 23 13 .500
Belfast Spartans (Irl) 2 0 2 0 0 33 .000
Glasgow Cyclones (Sco) 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000

Compiled from [1]


Date Home Team   Away Team  
05.09.92 Stoke Spitfires (Eng) 20 Belfast Spartans (Irl) 0
05.09.92 Cardiff Mets (Wal) 13 Belfast Spartans (Irl) 0
05.09.92 Stoke Spitfires (Eng) 13 Cardiff Mets (Wal) 10




NDMA Division 2 side Stoke Spitfires hosted the Four Nations Bowl, featuring top sides from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Glasgow Cyclones pulled out on the morning of the tournament, so what was originally meant to be Semi-Finals and Final was rearranged as a 3-team mini-league. [1]

Stoke Spitfires 20 Belfast Spartans 0 – Belfast Spartans were short a full squad due to players unable to travel, and were thus no match for NDMA Division 2 side and hosts Stoke. [1]

Cardiff Mets 13 Belfast Spartans 0 – Belfast Spartans were knocked out of the tournament by the Welsh NDMA Division 2 side, making the final match in effect the Bowl Game. [1]

Stoke Spitfires 13 Cardiff Mets 10 – Cardiff raced into a shock lead after an interception was returned 100 yards for a touchdown by Defensive Back Barrie Stevens. Stoke equalised just before halftime when two Americans, fullback Jeff Christmann and Tight End Bruce Crump connected on a 25 yard TD pass, with John Wyse kicking the extra-point. The fourth quarter saw Stoke take the lead after running Back Kevin Haughton ran in from four yards out, before the Mets scored two safeties to make it a close end to the game. [1]

Offensive MVP Award went to Kevin Haugghton of the Spitfires, while Barrie Stevens took the Defensive MVP honours. [1]

Players and Awards

MVP Awards

Award Player (Team)
Offensive MVP Kevin Haughton (Stoke Spitfires)
Defensive MVP Barrie Stevens (Cardiff Mets)


Passing TDs XP Safety
Jeff Christmann (Stoke Spitfires) 1    
Bruce Crump (Stoke Spitfires) 1    
Kevin Haughton (Stoke Spitfires) 1    
Cardiff Mets     2
Barrie Stevens (Cardiff Mets) 1    
Jon Wyse (Stoke Spitfires)   1  





FD Reporter (1992) “Spitfires win Four Nations Bowl Crown” First Down. September 5, 1992. Pg. 19


Thanks to Cillian Smith.

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Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

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Last Updated: 5 May 2019

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