Junior Gridiron League Youth Flag League 1995


North Conference
Northwestern Redskins (C)44008
Fen Harriers (3P)43106
Doncaster Wildcats41302
Wirral Cardinals40400
South Conference
Plymouth Commodores (C)44008
London Olympians (3P)31202
Sussex All-Stars20200
East Grinstead Knights31200
Junior Gridiron League Youth Flag League Standings 1995 [Ref: compiled from Results in 1-7]


DateHome TeamAway Team
3rd Place Playoff
20.08.1995Fen Harriers40London Olympians18
JGL National Youth Final
06.08.1995Plymouth Commodores19Northwestern Redskins14
Junior Gridiron League Youth Flag Football Playoffs 1995 [Ref: 8-9]

Regular Season Results

DateHome TeamAway Team
Week 1
14.05.1995Wirral Cardinals8Northwestern Redskins52
14.05.1995East Grinstead Knights20Plymouth Commodores28
Week 2
21.05.1995Wirral Cardinals2Fen Harriers64
21.05.1995Doncaster Wildcats14Northwestern Redskins88
21.05.1995Plymouth Commodores1London Olympians0 #
Week 3
28.05.1995Fen Harriers20Northwestern Redskins24
28.05.1995Wirral Cardinals34Doncaster Wildcats40
Week 5
11.06.1995Fen Harriers30Doncaster Wildcats6
11.06.1995Sussex All-Stars6London Olympians20
Week 7
25.06.1991London Olympians6Plymouth Commodores14
25.06.1991 East Grinstead Knights1Sussex All-Stars0 #
Week 11
23.07.1995Wirral Cardinals6Northwestern Redskins84
23.07.1995Fen Harriers44Doncaster Wildcats18
23.07.1995Plymouth Commodores51East Grinstead Knights12
Junior Gridiron League Youth Flag Football Regular Season Results 1995 [Ref: 1-7]


After a number of seasons as a Northern and Southern Junior Two-Touch League, the Junior Gridiron League became a National Flag Footbal League in 1995 with two sections: Youth (9-15 year olds) and Junior (14-18 year olds). This followed from the successful introduction of Flag Football to the JGL Junior League in 1994.

The 1995 JGL Youth Flag Football Final was won by Plymouth Commodores, 1914 over the Northwestern Redskins. Northwestern opened the scoring in the second quarter with a short run. Barry winter then ran 70 yards for Plymouth’s first Touchdown as time ended in the first half. The Redskins took advantage of good field position in the third to score again, and convert to go 14-6 up.

Barry Winter then replied for the Commodores on a 63 yard pass on a halfback option, with Andrew Wilcock dodging several tackles on his way to the endzone. Winter, who was voted MVP, then scored on a two yard run to seal victory for the Devon club. Winter even kicked the extra point as he put in a special all-round display.


[1] Anon. (1995) “Kids going Flag Happy JGL” First Down. May 20, 1995. pg. 19

[2] Anon. (1995) “+JGL++JGL+” First Down. May 20 1995. pg. 21

[3] Anon. (1995) “++JGL++Round-Up” First Down. May 27, 1995. pg. 20

[4] Anon. (1995) “News Round-Up: Crawley are foiled by 38-Point Vince” First Down. June 3, 1995. pg. 18

[5] Anon. (1995) “JGL Youth” First Down. June 10, 1995. pg. 21

[6] Anon. (1995) “Brighton secure seaside honours JGL Round-Up” First Down. June 17, 1995. pg. 21

[7] Anon. (1995) “JGL” First Down. July 1, 1995. pg. 21

[8] Anon. (1995) “B-52s top of heap in the South” First Down. July 29, 1995. pg. 19

[9] Anon. (1995) “Brighton Rock Wildcats JGL Finals” First Down. August 12, 1995. pg. 21

[10] Anon. (1995) “Neill gives Harriers a jump start JGL Playoff” First Down. August 26, 1995. pg. 21


Thanks to Derek Walsh.

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