|Date||Home Team||Away team|
|29.08.1993||F14 Tomcats||20||Carterton Wildcats||13|
|Date||Home Team||Away Team|
|29.08.1993||Carterton Wildcats||16||Newbury Bandits||18|
|29.08.1993||F14 Tomcats||22||Swindon Steelers||6|
|29.08.1993||Carterton Wildcats||26||Swindon Steelers||14|
|29.08.1993||F14 Tomcats||29||Newbury Bandits||15|
|29.08.1993||Swindon Steelers||24||Newbury Bandits||16|
|29.08.1993||Carterton Wildcats||9||F14 Tomcats||1|
Carterton Wildcats organised a four-team Passball Tournament for teams in the West of England on 29 August 1993 at Carterton Town FC. Teams were Carterton Wildcats, F-14 Tomcats, Swindon Steelers and Newbury Bandits. F14 Tomcats, from Oxford won the Final 20-13 against the Carterton Wildcats after both finished 2-1 (Won-Loss) in the Round-Robin. The Swindon Steelers and Newbury Bandits finished 1-2.
Passball was an Arena-style American Football League in England, played on a smaller field than a regular American Football field, and with a focus on passing. Passball is played on a 40-yard field with two 8-yard endzones, with five downs or attempts to score, three of which must be passing plays, before the ball is turned over. Teams are seven-a-side [Ref: 3]
 Anon. (1993) “Storm unveil run-and-shoot attack led by ace QB Elliott” First Down. 28 August 1993. pg.
 Anon. (1993) “*Oxford’s F14 Tomcats….” First Down. 4 September 1993. pg. 23
 Anon. (1991) “Passball: Benny’s leg up” First Down. 17 October 1991. pg. 23
Thanks to Colm Kincaid.
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