Month: December 2019

Spring Football League 2000

Spring Football League Logo [Reference: 3]

Final Standings

PWLTPFPAPct
*Houston Marshals220056231.000
*San Antonio Matadors220042161.000
Los Angeles Dragons20202137.000
Miami Tropics20201861.000
Spring Football League Standings 2000 [Reference: 2]

Results

DateHome TeamAway Team
Week 1
29.04.2000Houston Marshals16Los Angeles Dragons13
29.04.2000San Antonio Matadors21Miami Tropics8
Week 2
06.05.2000Los Angeles Dragons8San Antonio Matadors21
06.05.2000Houston Marshals40Miami Tropics10
Spring Football League Results 2000 [Reference: 2]

About

The Spring Football League of 2000 was founded by Ex-NFL players Eric Dickerson (Los Angeles Rams), Bo Jackson (Los Angeles Raiders) Tony Dorsett (Dallas Cowboys) among others. It set a 4-team 4-game schedule for its first season in 2000, to test the waters for a full League and Schedule for 2001.

The first season, dubbed “Festival 2000” only lasted 2 of the 4 game weeks, and the planned Championship Game was scrapped, with the Houston Marshals and San Antonio Matdors, both unbeaten on 2-0 records, declared Co-Champions. The demise of the League was due to the founding of the XFL by the WWF – World Wide Wrestling (now WWE) owners, and the low attendances, more like Junior High School Games than a AAA Pro League.

References

[1] Remember the SFL (2019) History [Internet] Available from: https://sites.google.com/site/rememberthesfl/history [Accessed 31 December 2019]

[2] Remember the SFL (2019) Standings [Internet] Available from: https://sites.google.com/site/rememberthesfl/standings [Accessed 31 December 2019]

Images

[3] Remember the SFL (2019) League Logo [Internet] Available from: https://sites.google.com/site/rememberthesfl/_/rsrc/1472874842074/logos/logo.gif [Accessed 31 December 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Fiona Corrigan

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Professional Spring Football League 1993

Professional Spring Football League Logo [Ref: 3]

Teams

TeamHome Venue
Eastern Conference
Carolina CougarsWilliams-Brice, Columbia, South Carlolina (72,000)
Miami TribeOrange Bowl (75,500)
New England BlitzHoly Cross Stadium, Worcester, Massachusetts (25,000)
Tampa Bay OutlawsTampa Stadium (72,126)
Washington MaraudersRFK Stadium, Washington DC (55,683)
Western Conference
Arkansas MinersWar Memorial Stadium, Little Rock (53,250)
Nevada AcesSilver Bowl, Las Vegas (32,500)
New Mexico RattlesnakesLobo Field, Albuquerque (30,646)
Oregon Lightning BoltsCivic Stadium, Portland (31,000)
Utah PioneersRice Stadium, Salt Lake City (35,000)
Professional Spring Football League 1993 Teams & Venues [Reference: 2]

About

The Professional Spring Football League was founded in November 1992, and set about replacing the World League of American Football (1991-1992) – the defunct National Football League Development League. It set a $2 Million salary cap for each team, with players to be paid $40,000 a season. Teams would have needed to have averaged 20,000 fans per game to break even.

It had no Media Coveragem Television deals or Radio Coverage in line for its first season, and originally planned a 10-team 16-game schedule, only for one of the teams, Miami Tribe to pull out before the season started. Rosters were cut to 60 players, to be set at 43 active players by the Season Start, and franchise fees were set at $250,000. February 29, 1993 was to be the Leagues Opening Game, but the League folded 10 days before the start of the season.

The American Football League of Europe replaced the PSFL & WLAF as the AAA League other than the Arena Football League in 1994, and would last 2 seasons, before the NFL brought back the WLAF as a 6-team Europe-only League in 1995 (From 1991 to 1992 it had been a 10 team League like the proposed PSFL – with 3 Teams in Europe, 1 in Canada and 6 in USA).

References

[1] Remember the PSFL (2019) History [Internet] Available from: https://sites.google.com/site/rememberthepsfl/history [Accessed 31 December 2019]

[2] Remember the PSFL (2019) Teams [Internet] Available from: https://sites.google.com/site/rememberthepsfl/teams [Accessed 31 December 2019]

Images

[3] Wikipedia (2020) Professional Spring Football League Logo [Internet] Available from: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/0/0a/Psflclr.jpg [Accessed 11 April 2020]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Rose McCabe, Ann Hanley, Gabriel McCloyne, Peter Lemass, Ciaran Simms, Gerry Tully.

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Northern Ireland Baseball League 1942

Standings

PWLRFPA
Mid-West Giants22075
Californian Eagles11096
Texas Terrors10134
Kentucky Wildcats10123
New York Lions10169
Northern Ireland Baseball League Standings 1942 [Reference: Compiled from Results in 1-3]

Results

DateHome TeamAway Team
04.07.1942Mid-West Giants3Kentucky Wildcats2
25.07.1942New York Lions6Californian Eagles9
05.09.1942Mid-West Giants4Texas Terrors3
Northern Ireland Baseball League Results 1942 [Reference: 1-3]

Report

Three Baseball matches from the Northern Ireland Baseball League were played at Ravenhill, home of Ulster Rugby, during 1942, in aid of Charity.

The Mid-West Giants won two of these, against Texas Terrors & Kentucky Wildcats, whilst the Californian Eagles beat the New York Lions in the other match.

Teams in the Northern Ireland Baseball League were made up of US Air Force, Navy & Army men stationed in Northern Ireland during World War II, and represented different regions in the United States of America.

References

Sources / Newspapers

[1] Anon. (1942) Photos Belfast News-Letter. Monday, July 6, 1942. pg. 4.

[2] Anon. (1942) Baseball Thrill | “Eagles” beat the “Lions” Belfast News-Letter. Monday, July 27, 1942. pg. 6

[3] Anon. (1942) Photos Belfast News-Letter. Monday, September 7 1942. pg. 6.

Note: Copies of the Belfast News-Letter can be found at the British Newspaper Archive: https://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/ which is a subscription service.

Acknowledgements

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Northern Ireland Baseball League 1943

Northern Ireland Baseball League Final Series

DateHome TeamAway Team
01.09.1943BluesAgitators
02.09.1943Blues1Agitators10
03.09.1943BluesAgitators
(3-Game Series)
Northern Ireland Baseball League Final Series 1943 [Reference: 5]

NIBL Table

PWLRFRAGB
*Blues
*Agitators
Navy
Pillrollers
Dodgers
NIBL Table 1943 [Reference: Compiled from Fixtures & Results in: 9 ]

Note: *Qualify for NIBL Finals Series / 10 Team League.

NIBL Fixtures

DateHome TeamAway Team
Week 1
22.05.1943NavyDodgers
22.05.1943PillrollersAgitators
NIBL Fixtures 1943 [Reference: 9]

Report

The Northern Ireland Baseball League of 1943 was played among US Air Force, Navy & Army Men stationed in Northern Ireland during World War II.

The NIBL itself was 10-team League. There was also an 8th US Air Corps League, which was won by the Mustangs 2 games to 1 over the Dodgers.

References

Sources / Newspapers

[1] Anon. (1943) “Baseball Match in Belfast” Belfast News-Letter. July 24, 1943. pg. 4

[2] Anon. (1943) “Baseball in Belfast – Charity Match To-Day at Ravenhill”Belfast News-Letter. August 14, 1943. pg. 4

[3] Anon. (1943) “Baseball Match : RAF Benevolent Fund to Benefit”Belfast News-Letter. June 26, 1943. pg. 4

[4] Anon. (1943) “Baseball at Ravenhill”Belfast News-Letter. May 26, 1943. pg. 2

[5] Anon. (1943) “Ulster Baseball Titles”Belfast News-Letter. September 3, 1943. pg. 6

[6] Anon. (1943) “Ulster Baseball Titles”Belfast News-Letter. September 4, 1943. pg. 2

[7] Anon. (1943) “Baseball Final To-Day”Belfast News-Letter. September 6, 1943. pg. 2

[8] Anon. (1943) “Baseball Championship”Belfast News-Letter. September 8, 1943. pg. 2

[9] Anon. (1943) “Ravenhill Baseball – Opening League Games Tomorrow”Belfast News-Letter. May 21, 1943. pg. 6

Acknowledgements

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United States Football League Postseason Exhibition Game in London 1984

United States Football League Logo [Reference: 4]

Result

DateHome TeamAway Team
21.07.1984Tampa Bay Bandits21Philadelphia Stars24
USFL Postseason Exhibition Game in London 1984 [Reference: 1]

Report

The United States Football League played a Postseason Exhibition game in London, England, on 21 July 1984, only a week after the Philadelphia Stars were crowned Champions. The Stars and the Bandits played an entertaining game for 21,000 English fans, with many of the starters rested after a long season, with fans only getting a glimpse of the Philadelphia outstanding Running Back, Kevin Bryant.

This offered lesser known players an opportunity to stake a claim on the following seasons starting lineup, and Tom Riordan, was one such player, completing 18 of 26 passes for 201 yards, 3 touchdowns, and only one interception.

Stars’ safety Scott Warner intercepted Jimmy Jordan’s pass in the endzone with 12 seconds remaining, to preserve the Stars 24-21 victory. It was a fitting climax to an entertaining game. [2]

About the USFL

The USFL was the “Outlaw League” setting up as a Major League Rival to the NFL, although playing a Spring-Summer Schedule rather than Fall-Winter. The infamous US President Donald Trump owned the New Jersey Generals in the USFL. It was spectacularly popular in terms of bums-on-seats but was kept off the airwaves by the collusion of the NFL with the 3 Major TV Networks, as was proven in the subsequent Anti-Trust Trial. The League failed financially as a result:

See the USFL websites in the References Links for more info.

References

Websites

[1] USFL Site (2019) 1984 USFL Season [Internet] Available from: http://www.usflsite.com/1984season.php [Accessed 31 December 2019]

[2] USFL Site (2019) Tampa Bay Bandits 21 at Philadelphia Stars 21 Game Report [Internet] Available from: http://www.usflsite.com/usflgame.php?game_id=304 [Accessed 31 December 2019]

[3] Remember the USFL (2019) Home [Internet] Available from: https://sites.google.com/site/remembertheusfl/ [Accessed 31 December 2019]

Images

[4] Sports Logos History (2018) USFL Logo 1983-1985 [Internet] Available from: https://sportslogohistory.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/united_states_football_league.png [Accessed 31 December 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Jillian Glynn, Fiona Corrigan, Niamh Hughes, Jim Naughton, John Malone, Kevin Smyth, Ian Collins, Ian Clarke, Tony Meenaghan, Brian Bird.

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Proposed American Football League in USSR 1979

In 1979 American Promoter Tom Kelly, proposed to introduce American Football to the USSR, begiinning with a demonstration match involving Professional American teams and following this the creation of a dozen or two dozen teams in the Soviet Union. The State Functionaries, however, did not approve of the plan, and it was not until 1989, with the Glasnost Era, that the first matches were played, with a demonstration match by two College teams, the “Stars” and the “Bummers”. [1]

The first Russian American Football Championship then took place in 1992, however due to insufficent numbers as well as presumably the large distances involved in a National League, it was not until 2002 that it was again played, and has been played since. [2]

Billboard Advertising the first American Football Game in Russia 1989 [Reference: 3]

References

Internet Archive

[1] American Football (Russia) (2017) History in Russia [Internet] Available from: http://www.americanfootball.ru/Hist_RUS.php [Accessed 24 December 2017]

[2] American Football League (Russia) | Wayback Machine (2018) American Football League [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20181216083344/http://laf.amfoot.ru/?r=competition/about&comp=101 [Accessed 31 December 2019]

Images

[3] American Football (Russia) (2017) History in Russia | Billboard Advertising First College Game in Russia 1989 [Internet] Available from: http://www.americanfootball.ru/History/pics/billboard-1989-400×600.jpg%5BAccessed 24 December 2017]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Robert Gorby & Enda Fahy.

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Team Ireland Flag Football Men | Team Roster & Match Reports | EFAF European Flag Football Championships 2013

Pesaro Flag Football 2013 Logo [Reference: 5]

EFAF European Flag Football Championship 2013 (Pesaro, Italy)

Final Standings

Pos PWLTPFPAPct
1Denmark7700  14
2Italy7520  10
3Austria7520  10
4Israel7421  9
5France7331  7
6Netherlands7250  4
7Germany7340  6
8Great Britain7250  4
9Czech Republic5140  2
10Ireland5050  0
EFAF European Flag Football Championships Final standings 2013 [Reference: Compiled from Results in: 2-3]

Ireland Results

RoundDateVenueOppositionW/LScore
Gp B22.09.2013Pesaro, ItGermanyL13-51
Gp B22.09.2013Pesaro, ItDenmarkL0-59
Gp B23.09.2013Pesaro, ItNetherlandsL36-60
Gp B23.09.2013Pesaro, ItItalyL6-39
9-10 Place24.09.2013Pesaro, ItCzech RepublicL24-39
Ireland Men EFAF European Flag Football Championships Results 2013 [Reference: 1]

Group Tables

PWLTPFPAPts
Group B
*Denmark44008
*Italy43106
*Germany42204
*Netherlands41302
Ireland40400
EFAF European Flag Football Championships Men 2013 Group Tables [Reference: Compiled from Results in: 1]

Ireland Men Roster

Player/CoachRoleTeam
Coaches
Ken FarrellHead Coach
Paul MoroneyOffensive Coach
Jordan FarrellDefensive Coach
Players
Conor BrennanQuarterbackMullingar Minotaurs
Dermot CorroonWide ReceiverMullingar Minotaurs
Nathan PurcellCenterEdenderry Eagles
Ted ElstonSafetySouth Kildare Soldiers
Wil ElstonCornerbackSouth Kildare Soldiers
Joe GreyQuarterbackTerenure Titans
Peter LoughranCornerbackCraigavon Cowboys
Darragh MoranLinebackerEdenderry Eagles
Gary NolanLinebackerMullingar Minotaurs
Brian O’DonnellLinebackerEdenderry Eagles
Gary SommervilleWide ReceiverDublin Rebels
Eoin WhelanRunning BackSouth Kildare Soldiers
Ireland Men Roster – EFAF European Flag Football Championships 2013 [Reference: 3-4]

Note: Two Conflicting Reports of who played Center (Nathan Purcell confirmed by G.L. Poz in reply to Facebook Post on Eirball [Reference: 7]

Team Ireland Men – European Flag Football Championships 2013 [Reference: 6]

References

Internet Archive

[1] European Federation of American Football – Wayback Machine Web Archive (2013) All Results Euro Flag 2013 [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20131005041123/http://www.europeiflag2013.it/2013/09/28/all-results/ [Accessed 27 June 2018]

[2] European Federation of American Football – Wayback Machine Web Archive (2013) Standings Euro Flag 2013 [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20131005032441/http://www.europeiflag2013.it/2013/09/28/standings/ [Accessed 27 June 2018]

[3] European Federation of American Football – Wayback Machine Web Archive (2013) Teams | Ireland [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20131005043705/http://www.europeiflag2013.it/partecipanti/ireland/ [Accessed 27 June 2018]

Social Media

[4] Irish American Football Association (2013) Post September 23, 2013 “ Currently the European Flag Football Championship is taking place in Italy and we have an Irish team competing in Group B Mens with Denmark, Italy, Germany and the Netherlands. “ [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/iafaireland/posts/628877337146170 [Accessed 31 December 2019]

[7] Enda Mulcahy | Facebook Page (2020) Reply by G.L. Poz to Post December 31, 2019: [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=2189902454650786&id=100008931583156 [Accessed 8 January 2020]

Images

[5] European Federation of American Football – Wayback Machine Web Archive (2013) Pesaro 2013 Logo [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20131005043705im_/http://www.europeiflag2013.it/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/logo2.jpg [Accessed 31 December 2019]

[6] Enda Mulcahy | Facebook Page (2020) Image in Reply by G.L. Poz to Post December 31, 2019: [Internet] Available from: https://scontent.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-0/s526x296/82210418_1368950496642416_7161563073625456640_n.jpg?_nc_cat=105&_nc_ohc=Dgx5C3Mck-QAX_3zxjh&_nc_ipfwd=1&_nc_ad=z-m&_nc_cid=0&_nc_zor=9&_nc_ht=scontent.xx&_nc_tp=1&oh=5c15bf3dc01c5611cd502de66ed6adcc&oe=5EABF744 [Accessed 31 December 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Sean Douglas, Joe Gray & Ken Farrell, Ireland

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European Federation of American Football | European Flag Football Championships Men | Pesaro, Italy 2013

Pesaro Flag Football 2013 Logo [Reference: 3]

Pesaro, Italy – 22-24 September 2013

Final Standings

Pos PWLTPFPAPct
1Denmark7700  14
2Italy7520  10
3Austria7520  10
4Israel7421  9
5France7331  7
6Netherlands7250  4
7Germany7340  6
8Great Britain7250  4
9Czech Republic5140  2
10Ireland5050  0
EFAF European Flag Football Championships Final standings 2013 [Reference: Compiled from Results in: 2-3]

Group Results

DateHome TeamAway Team
Group A
22.09.2013Israel38Great Britain20
22.09.2013Austria27Israel41
22.09.2013Great Britain75Czech Republic33
22.09.2013Austria61Czech Republic12
23.09.2013France60Czech Republic7
23.09.2013Austria49Great Britain6
23.09.2013Israel59Czech Republic6
23.09.2013France26Israel26
23.09.2013Austria26France20
23.09.2013France34Great Britain40
Group B
22.09.2013Denmark53Germany19
22.09.2013Germany51Ireland13
22.09.2013Denmark59Ireland0
22.09.2013Germany25Italy46
23.09.2013Denmark35Italy27
23.09.2013Netherlands60Ireland36
23.09.2013Netherlands13Italy49
23.09.2013Denmark44Netherlands20
23.09.2013Italy39Ireland6
23.09.2013Netherlands24Denmark49
EFAF European Championships Men 2013 Group Results [Reference: 1]

Group Tables

PWLTPFPAPts
Group A
*Israel43017
*Austria43106
*Great Britain42204
*France41213
Czech Republic40400
Group B
*Denmark44008
*Italy43106
*Germany42204
*Netherlands41302
Ireland40400
EFAF European Flag Football Championships Men 2013 Group Tables [Reference: Compiled from Results in: 1]

Finals

DateHome TeamAway Team
Quarter-Finals
24.09.2013Israel33Netherlands6
24.09.2013Austria39Germany19
24.09.2013Great Britain27Italy28
24.09.2013France14Denmark37
Wild-Card
24.09.2013Netherlands51Great Britain43
24.09.2013Germany13France40
Semi-Finals
24.09.2013Israel18Italy19
24.09.2013Ă€ustria19Denmark37
9th-10th Place
24.09.2013Ireland24Czech Republic39
7th-8th Place
24.09.2013Great Britain40Denmark44
5th-6th Place
24.09.2013France48Netherlands26
3rd-4th Place
24.09.2013Israel27Austria41
Final
24.09.2013Italy21Denmark33
EFAF European Flag Football Championships Men 2013 Finals [Reference: 1]

Link to Team Ireland Roster

https://eirball.ie/2019/12/31/team-ireland-flag-football-men-team-roster-match-reports-efaf-european-flag-football-championships-2013/

References

Internet Archive

[1] European Federation of American Football – Wayback Machine Web Archive (2013) All Results Euro Flag 2013 [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20131005041123/http://www.europeiflag2013.it/2013/09/28/all-results/ [Accessed 27 June 2018]

[2] European Federation of American Football – Wayback Machine Web Archive (2013) Standings Euro Flag 2013 [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20131005032441/http://www.europeiflag2013.it/2013/09/28/standings/ [Accessed 27 June 2018]

Images

[3] European Federation of American Football – Wayback Machine Web Archive (2013) Pesaro 2013 Logo [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20131005043705im_/http://www.europeiflag2013.it/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/logo2.jpg [Accessed 31 December 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Sean Douglas & Joe Gray, Dublin Vipers & Ireland

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European Federation of American Football | European Flag Football Championships Men | Belfast, Ireland 2009

European Federation of American Football Logo [Reference:

Belfast, Ireland – 11-13 September 2009

Final Standings

Pos PWLTPFPAPts
1Denmark55002253910
2Italy53201871236
3Austria54101871188
4Germany53201681466
5Great Britain53201561206
6France53201541386
7Israel52301441534
8Sweden5140851752
9Switzerland51401111942
10Ireland5050522680
EFAF European Flag Football Championships 2009 – Final Standings [Reference: Compiled from Results in: 1]

Group Results

DateHome TeamAway Team
Group A
11.09.2009France32Israel26
11.09.2009Israel33Italy36
12.09.2009France27Austria26
12.09.2009Italy48Switzerland7
12.09.2009Austria39Italy33
12.09.2009France51Switxerland25
12.09.2009France19Irtaly35
12.09.2009Austria55Switzerland13
13.09.2009Switzerland19Israel26
13.09.2009Austria33Ixrael26
Group B
12.09.2009Germany33Great Britain26
12.09.2009Sweden0Denmark47
12.09.2009Germany71Ireland18
12.09.2009Great Britain42Sweden13
12.09.2009Denmark57Ireland6
12.09.2009Germany39Sweden21
12.09.2009Great Britain48Ireland0
12.09.2009Germany6Denmark47
12.09.2009Sweden45Ireland14
12.09.2009Great Britain14Denmark49
EFAF European Flag Football Championships – Group Results 2009 [Reference: 1]

Group Tables

PWLTPFPAPts
Group A
*Italy4310179986
Austria4310153996
France43101291126
Israel41301111472
Switzerland4040641800
Group B
*Denmark4400200268
Germany43101491126
Great Britain4220130954
Sweden4130791422
Ireland4040383310
EFAF European Flag Football Championships Men Group Standings 2009 [Reference: 2]

Finals

DateHome TeamAway Team
9th-10th Place
13.09.2009Switzerland47Ireland14
7th-8th Place
13.09.2009Israel33Sweden6
5th-6th Place
13.09.2009France25Great Britain26
3rd-4th Place
13.09.2009Germany19Austria34
Final
13.09.2009Italy13Denmark25
EFAF European Flag Football Championships Men Finals 2009 [Reference: 1]

References

Websites

[1] European Federation of American Football (2009) Spielplan ECFLS 2009 [Internet] Available from: http://www.efaf.info/text.php?Inhalt=spielplan&Liga=ECFLS09&Archiv=2009 [Accessed 14 October 2016]

[2] European Federation of American Football (2009) Standings 2009 [Internet] Available from: http://www.efaf.info/text.php?Inhalt=tabellen&Liga=ECFLS09&Archiv=2009 [Accessed 14 October 2016]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Sean Douglas & Joe Gray, Dublin Vipers & Ireland

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International Flag Football Irish Teams v US Services 1993-1996

Results

DateIrish TeamAmerican Team
05.1993Dublin Tornadoes7Rota Naval Base (US/Spa)0
Irish Flag Football Teams v US Services 1993-1996 [Reference: 1]

[1][2][3][4][5]

Report

The first of the International Matches played by Irish Flag Football Teams, not including matches played between Republic of Ireland & Northern Ireland teams, was in 1993, when the Dublin Tornadoes defeated a US Coastguard team 7-0. [1]

Bibliography

[1] Anon (1993) Coast Guard at Sea First Down. July 6-12 2000. pg. 19.

[2] Naughton, Lindie (1993) US Football Evening Herald May 27, 1993. pg. 65 / 97 / 127 [Available to view online at the Irish Newspaper Archive at: https://www.irishnewsarchive.com/ which is a subscription service.

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Cillian Smith (Dublin University American Football Club 1991-1995 and later Commissioner of the Irish American Football Association).

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