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IAFA Week 6 West Dublin Rhinos @ Tyrone Titans The Rhinos got off to a great start turning over the Bulldogs who, in beating the Trojans, didn’t start badly themselves. The Titans are a team undergoing a very serious rebuild and have looked like it, losing out to the Soldiers
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IAFA Week 5 Louth Mavericks @ Belfast Trojans We suspect the Mavs will play in the carpark if they have to, this is supposed to be Game three for them! Two games have been postponed on the Louth outfit and football, any football is really overdue at this stage. Belfast
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IAFA Week 4 PSNI Razorbacks @ Donegal/Derry Vipers IAFL 2! Finally! The hugely successful development league is back and with a new team or three in tow. The Vipers will still be feeling those beatings at the hands of the Trojans last year but showed some real spark as the
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Week 3 in the IAFA and the 2 O’Clock kick offs are back and with it; 5 games! IAFL 1 tops the bill with 3 and the Rebels and UL get underway for the first time this season in the SBC. IAFA Week 3 South Kildare Soldiers @ Cork Admirals
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Ok before we start, has everyone ordered the ambulance and made sure the field isn’t waterlogged? Good! Lets start… IAFA Week 2 Admirals @ Wolves A repeat of the 2015 Bowl Game, this game will be an immediate barometer of each teams off season. The Wolves are still in the
IAFA 2016

IAFA Fixtures this weekend Wind, rain, orange weather alert followed by storms and flooding, this winter has been brutal! Teams have announced their dissolution and changed their minds. Recruitment drives have gone suspiciously late into February for some and others have been worryingly quiet on that front. Thank [insert preferred

The IAFA 1 schedule is with us (see it here) so we gave it the same treatment as the SBC and ranked the schedule. Lets referesh the rules; we assigned a number of points indicating how hard that particular team is to play. The higher the points the harder that team is

The IAFA have announced their schedule today (see it here) and we sat down and wildly speculated to bring you the 2016 Strength of Schedule. First off, the rules; we assigned a number of points denoting how hard that particular team is to play. The higher the points the harder

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
Shamrock Bowl

Shamrock Bowl XXIX Final Preview: Dalymount Park, August 9th: 3pm Dalymount Park is the 2015 venue for the Championship game and will see the defending champs and three time winners, Belfast Trojans take on their 2014 Bowl Game opponents, Trinity College Dublin. The Trojans squeaked a 7-0 win last year, but who will