Category: Junior Flag Football

Irish Flag Football Association Junior Challenge Games 2009-10

Irish Flag Football Association Logo [References: 1]

Composite Standings

IFFA Irish Flag Football Association Junior Challenge Games 2009-10

PosTeamWLTPctPFPANet PtsStreak
1Edenderry Wolfpack1001.00023716W1
2Athlone Lions0100.000723-16L1

Schedule

IFFA Irish Flag Football Association Junior Challenge Games 2009-10

DateEventTime/ResultsVenueArticleMatch Day
Athlone Lions vs Edenderry Wolfpack
Cushla Park, Monksland, Athlone, Co. Roscommon
Challenge Match

Recap

Edenderry Wolfpack won an Irish Flag Football Association Junior Challenge Game 23-7 at the Lions home field in Cushla Park, Monksland, Athlone, Co. Roscommon. 

IMAGES

[1] Irish American Football Association (2007) IFFA Logo [Internet] Available from: https://www.americanfootball.ie/iafl/iffalogo.jpg [Accessed 7 April 2019]

Newspapers

[2] Anon. (2009) “American Flag Football” Westmeath Independent. Saturday, September 5, 2009. pg. 28. [Past copies of the Westmeath Independent are Available to View Online at: https://www.irishnewsarchive.com/ which is a subscription service].

 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Thanks to Peter Mullen, Drimnagh Cycos

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Irish Flag Football Association Junior Flag Football 2006-07

Irish Flag Football Association [References: 4]

Standings (Raheny Tournament 2 February 2007)

IFFA Irish Flag Football Association Junior Section Raheny Tournament 2 February 2007

PosTeamWLTPctStreak
13001.000Win 3
20000.0000
20000.0000
20000.0000

Recap

Craigavon Cowboys won the Junior Section of the big Super Bowl Flag Football Tournament at St. Anne’s Park in Raheny on 2nd February 2007, winning all three of their games to finish ahead of Dublin Rebels, Tallaght Outlaws and Edenderry Soldiers Juniors.

WEBSITES

[1] Irish Flag Football Association – Web Archive (2007) Irish Flag Football Association [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20070510012106/http://www.irish-flag-football.com/ [Accessed 25 March 2017]

[2] South East Strongbows (2007) Game Report Archives [Internet] Available from: http://strongbows.tripod.com/gamereportsarchive.html [Accessed 19 November 2017]

[3] South East Strongbows E-Teamz Wayback Machine (2007) News [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20070717134623/http://eteamz.active.com/strongbows/news/ [Accessed 31 October 2021]

IMAGES

[4] Irish American Football Association (2007) IFFA Logo [Internet] Available from: https://www.americanfootball.ie/iafl/iffalogo.jpg [Accessed 7 April 2019]

 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Thanks to Peter Mullen, Drimnagh Cycos

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Options Unlimited Junior Flag Football, Basketball and Baseball, Ballybrack and Loughlinstown 1986

Report

A new scheme, Options Unlimited, was launched in the Ballybrack and Loughlinstown areas of South Co. Dublin on 30 June 1986, by Dun Laoghaire VEC, which offered a wide variety of sports for up to 1,500 children, including Flag Football (a non-contact version of American Aootball, like Tag Rugby), Basketball and Baseball.

It was Co-Ordinated by Kelvin Troy, who played the 1985-86 season as a Professional American Import for Premier Milk Toppers Killester in the Irish Basketball Association Men’s National League. It operated from its base in Cedar Court, Ballybrack and was funded by the Department of Labour, and had a 14-strong team of workers. It was a pilot scheme and was to be extended if successful.

References

Newspapers

[1] Anon. (1994) “New sports scheme launched” Irish Press. Tuesday, July 1, 1983. pg. 16 [Internet] Available online at the Irish Newspaper Archive at: https://www.irishnewsarchive.com/ which is a subscription service.

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Mark.

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National Football League Kickoff Youth Flag Football 2004

NFL Kickoff Junior Flag Football 2004

YearWinners Runners-Up 
 Final   
03.10.04Belfast Bulls20Chorley Buccaneers18
NFL Kickoff Junior Flag Football 2004 [Reference: 8]

Report

The Belfast Bulls Youth team won the NFL Kickoff Tournament, held in Loughborough, UK. They beat Chorley Buccaneers 20-18 in the Final. The Grade was for 11-15 year-olds.

References

Internet Archive

[1] Lancashire Acadmey of American Football (2005) Archived Juniors News 2004: Sunday, October 3 – Braves win their First [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20050307034403/http://eteamz.active.com/wolverineden/news/index.cfm?cat=198910 [Accessed 25 November 2018]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Cillian Smith, Michael Smith and Ralph Schmeer of the Irish American Football Association and Irish American Football Officials Association, and Sean Douglas, Dublin Rebels.

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Junior Touch American Football Blitz 1991

3 November 1991, Tymon Park, Tallaght

[2][3]

PWLTPFPAPct
North Dublin Warriors55001.000
Tallaght Wildcats
Dodder Sharks
North Dublin Knights
Limerick Patriots
Dublin Celts
Royals
DateHome TeamAway Team

Report

Tip American Football Blitz 1991 – 3 November 1991

The first Tip American Football Blitz, organised by the Dublin Tornadoes, took place at Tymon Park in Tallaght on 3 November 1991. the stormy weather forced three teams to cancel, including Lee Valley Steelers from Cork, but teams still travelled from as far as Limerick. The North Dublin Warriors finished top, winning all five matches, followed by the Tallaght Tornadoes’ Junior side, the Wildcats, and Dodder Sharks.[1]

Sources

[1] Naughton, L. (1991) Warriors tops at American Football Evening Herald, November 07, 1991, pg. 79.

[2] Naughton, L. (1991) Tip-toe around American grid! Evening Herald, September 26, 1991, pg. 91.

[3] Naughton, L. (1991) Football Blitz Evening Herald, October 17, 1991, pg. 65.

Past copies of the Evening Herald are available at https://www.irishnewsarchive.com

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Nicola Conville, Richard Conville, Conor Lynch, Maurice Lynch, Robert Byron, Dylan Brennan, Jonathan Brennan and Karl Saab.

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