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Mark McGrath: ‘We’re champions and we will fight for that title’. Three consecutive Shamrock Bowl titles is an impressive feat but for the Belfast Trojans, they have bigger aspirations. Today, they enter Dalymount Park with only one thought in mind; to win again. Victory today would see them surpass the

Rob McDowell: I genuinely couldn’t be prouder of this TCD squad One of the most iconic American Football players in the IAFL, Rob McDowell has amazed us with his fantastic footballing ability for the last six years as his speed and skill have made him arguably the best player in the country over

Coach Rob Wills: ‘Our goal all year was to win this division’.  This past Sunday, the Waterford Wolves clinched the IAFL-1 Championship title with victory over Munster rivals, the Cork Admirals. Despite being 12-0 down at half time, the Wolves clawed their way back in the second half to win 13-12

Paul Grogan: ‘This is why we play football!’ The Dublin Rebels are Ireland’s most successful American Football team. Founded in 1995, the Rebels have gone on to win 7 National Champions and several European accolades on their way to greatness. This Sunday at Seapoint Rugby Club, they will be hoping

Peter Loughran: ‘I believe we are capable of challenging for the Shamrock Bowl’ We have now reached the business end of the 2015 IAFL season. Whatever has happened over the course of the last eighteen weeks no longer matters, it’s a fresh start as teams prepare for their quest to

Arun Mooney: ‘Never count the Rhino’s out’ The West Dublin Rhinos travel across Dublin to face divisional rivals UCD this Sunday at the UCD Sports Grounds. The Rhino’s are currently 0-2 and sitting bottom of the SBC South and the SBC Generally for the season after succumbing to defeats against

Getting to know the Donegal/Derry Vipers! The Donegal/Derry Vipers are mere days away from making their first competitive debut in the IAFL. It has been a busy 6-8 months for the rookies and a lot of hard work has happened behind the scenes as they ready themselves for Sunday’s big

Corey McKenna: ‘The Titan’s are looking forward to the challenge.’ Not many teams are expected to go the regular season unbeaten in their league debut, to then top it off by claiming the IAFL-2 Bowl; but that’s exactly what the Tyrone Titans did. The Titans will be taking their first leap from

Paul McKay: You can only learn from playing the best. The North Kildare Reapers have been impressive since admission to the IAFL in 2013. They have continued to improve year on year and after a solid opening campaign in the SBC, notching 3 victories, the Reapers should feel plenty of

The Belfast Trojans  have been the most dominant team in the IAFL in recent years. Last years Shamrock Bowl Champions have taken home the Waterford Crystal Bowl three times on the bounce, also adding the Atlantic Cup to their honours in 2013. With the Trojans taking to the field this