Junior Gridiron League (JTTL) (England), Uncategorized, Youth Two Touch Leagues (England)

Junior Gridiron League Junior (South England) 1993

Final Standings

PWLTPFPAPct
*Tiger Bay Warriors660016061.000
*London Capitals63306774.500
Northants Storm63304555.500
Kent Panthers60606143.000
Junior Gridiron League Junior Two Touch League Final Standings 1993 [Ref: 2]

Playoffs

DateHome TeamAway Team
Week 1
29.08.1993Tiger Bay Warriors6London Capitals8
Junior Gridiron League Junior Two Touch League Playoffs 1993 [Ref: 3]

Regular Season Results

DateHome TeamAway Team
Week 1
09.05.1993Kent Panthers0London Capitals16
Week 2
16.05.1993Tiger Bay Warriors36Kent Panthers0
Week 4
06.06.1993Kent PanthersTiger Bay Warriors
06.06.1993London Capitals2Northants Storm28
Week 5
13.06.1993Northants Storm28Kent Panthers6
Week 6
20.06.1993London Capitals0Tiger Bay Warriors28
Week 7
27.06.1993Kent Panthers0Tiger Bay Warriors20
Week 8
04.07.1993Kent PanthersNorthants Storm
04.07.1993Northants Storm0Tiger Bay warriors36
Week 9
11.07.1993London Capitals36Kent Panthers0
Junior Gridiron League Junior Two Touch League 1993 [Ref: 4-11]

Report

Underdogs London Capitals shocked the Tiger Bay warriors, from Cardiff in Wales in the JGL Junior Bowl in 1993. the Junior Gridiron League Junior League was a Two Touch League for 9-14 year olds in the South of Britain. Two Touch was a variation on Flag Football whereby the ball carrier was tackled by placing two hands on him or her.

The Tiger Bay Warriors had finished top of the League with a 6-0 Wins-Losses record, and the Capitals had squeaked into the they had finished level with Northants Storm on 3-3. Kent Panthers were the other team in the league.

The Final itself was close, with a scoreless first quarter before the Capitals MVP Adam Seoudy completed an 80-yard touchdown drive with a TD pass to Wide Receiver John Buckett. Tiger Bay, however, drew level on MVP Jamie Roberts’ touchdown reception.

The Capitals had the last say, with a safety (worth two points) to wrap up the title.

References

[1] Anon. (1993) “FD Previews the 1993 Junior Gridiron league Season: No kidding around as the race for the title begins! ” First Down. May 15, 1993. pg. 19

[2] FD Reporter (1993) “JGL Gets Geared up for ’93 Title Clashes: Final JGL Standings” First Down. Auguat 28, 1993. pg. 17

[3] Anon. (1993) “Capitals Tiger Feat!” First Down. September 5, 1993. pg.

[4] Anon. (1993) “Results, standings and Fixtures: JGL JUNIORS” First Down. 22 May 1993, 1993. pg. 20

[5] Anon. (1993) “Results, standings and Fixtures: JGL JUNIORS” First Down. 29 May 1993, 1993. pg. 20

[6] Anon. (1993) “Results, standings and Fixtures: JGL JUNIORS” First Down. 19 June 1993, 1993. pg. 19

[7] Anon. (1993) “Results, standings and Fixtures: JGL JUNIORS” First Down. 26 June 1993, 1993. pg. 19

[8] Anon. (1993) “Results, standings and Fixtures: JGL JUNIORS” First Down. 3 July 1993, 1993. pg. 19

[9] Anon. (1993) “Results, standings and Fixtures: JGL JUNIORS” First Down. 10 July 1993, 1993. pg. 19

[10] Anon. (1993) “Results, standings and Fixtures: JGL JUNIORS” First Down. 17 July 1993, 1993. pg. 15

[11] Anon. (1993) “Results, standings and Fixtures: JGL JUNIORS” First Down. 31 July 1993, 1993. pg. 18

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Kate Hartnett.

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