American Football Ireland Flag Central Conference 2020

American Football Ireland Logo [Reference: 1]


Central Conference
Westmeath Minotaurs440016419+14512
Louth Mavericks 2nd431010160+419
Galway Warriors413064119-553
North Kildare Reapers404027158-1310
American Football Ireland Flag Division One Standings 2020 [Ref: 2]


DateHome TeamAway Team
Week 1Central
26.09.2020Westmeath Minotaurs41Louth Mavericks0
26.09.2020Cill Dara Reapers20Galway Warriors33
26.09.2020Louth Mavericks42Cill Dara Reapers0
26.09.2020Galway Warriors6Westmeath Minotaurs49
Week 2Central
03.10.2020Westmeath Minotaurs50Cill Dara Reapers0
03.10.2020Galway Warriors13Westmeath Minotaurs26
03.10.2020Cill Dara Reapers7Louth Mavericks33
03.10.2020Louth Mavericks26Galway Warriors12
American Football Ireland Flag Division One Standings 2020 [Ref: 2]


A revised American Football Ireland Flag schedule for 2020 was brought out in September due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic. In the Central Conference Westmeath Minotaurs convincingly won both their opening games and Galway Warriors and Louth Mavericks 2nds started off with one win each.

In the second weekend of the Season Louth Mavericks 2nds and Westmeath Minotaurs both picked up two wind from two in the central conference.

The League was cancelled on and the Results declared null and void due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic. They are presented here as an unofficial Provincial Conference, as with the Pandemic the League was rearranged into self-contained Conference with no inter-conference play before the government restrictions meant the cancellation of the league.


The American Football Ireland Flag Division One is the Second Level of Flag Football in Ireland. 15 teams entered the Division in 2020, bringing the total number of Flag Football teams in the League to 23.

Last years Glas Bowl runners-up Maynooth Hurricanes and Semi-Finalists Cork City Outlaws were promoted to the AFI Flag Premier Division (Level 1) for 2020, with Westmeath Minotaurs, University College Dublin and Dublin rebels being relegated from the Premier Division to Division One. Meath Bulldogs did not enter a team in 2020 after being relegated as well.

New teams to Division One for 2020 were Dublin City Quetzals, a team made up of former contact players from the Mexican League, who are over in Ireland working [Ref: 3], WIT Vikings from the Waterford Institute of Technology, as well as Flag Football teams of Contact Football teams Antrim Jets, Causeway Giants, Donegal Derry Vipers and North Kildare Reapers.

Non-Returning teams were NI Razorbacks, Ulster University Elks, Norton Wasps as well as the 2nds teams of Craigavon Cowboys and University College Cork. In total, 23 teams is the highest ever in one season of the Irish Flag Football League, in all its incarnations.

[See for more on the history of the Irish Flag Football League and Blitzes.]

AFI Flag Division 1 Central Team Map

American Football Ireland Flag Division 1 Central Team Map 2020 [Reference: 4]



[1] American Football Ireland (2020) AFI Logo 2020 [Internet] Available from: [Accessed 10 February 2020]


[2] American Football Ireland (2020) Flag Football League Division One 2020 [Internet] Available from: [Accessed 25 July 2020][Last Accessed 4 October 2020]


[3] American Football Ireland (2020) Flag-2020-Ireland-Map_Div1_North-1024×683 [Internet] Available from:×683.png [Accessed28 August 2020]

[4] American Football Ireland (2020) Flag-2020-Ireland-Map_Div1_Central-1024×683 [Internet] Available from:×683.png %5BAccessed 28 August 2020]

[5] American Football Ireland (2020) Flag-2020-Ireland-Map_Div1_South-1024×683 [Internet] Available from:×683.png [Accessed 28 August 2020]

[6] American Football Ireland (2020) 2020 Flag Football Season Cancelled [Internet] available from: [Accessed 28 October 2020]


[3] Sean Douglas Dublin Bay Raptors What’s App Conversation, 24 July 2020.


Thanks to Sean Douglas, Todd Zboyan, Anton Pippo O’Grady, Jimmy English, Joe Grey, Decy Maher (Dublin Bay Raptors 2020).

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Last Updated: 28 October 2020

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