|Belfast Junior Spartans||0||0||0||0||0||0||.000|
|Maiden City Maulers||0||0||0||0||0||0||.000|
|Date||Home Team||Away Team|
|Ballymena Wolfhounds||11||Prospect Pumas||0|
|Week||Allen Park, Antrim|
|20.05.1990||Brownlow Bandits||Belfast Junior Spartans|
The Ballymena Wolfhounds won the preseason Perpetual Trophy, which was in its third year, in May 1990, beating Prospect Pumas 11-0.
The Northern Ireland Junior American League was a Junior American Football League that played in Northern Ireland from 1988 to 1992, the last two years as a fully-kitted league, and from 1988 to 1990 as a Two-Touch League, with limited contact and where the ball-carrier is tackled by placing two hands on him or her. It was coed (mixed), i.e. for both boys and girls.
 Anon. (1990) “American Football double-header” Sunday Life May 6, 1990. pg. 59
 Anon. (1990) “American Football Column: Spartans in revenge bid” Sunday Life May 13, 1990. pg. 46
 Anon. (1990) “American Football” Sunday Life May 20, 1990. pg. 56
Thanks to Gareth Quigley & Paul O’Reilly.
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