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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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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

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

On November 7th, The U.L Vikings host the annual inter varsities, the college championship for Ireland. This year it has four teams competing U.C.D , Trinity , The Cork Admirals and also the home team Vikings. Both semi finals kick off at 11.00 a.m on Maguires field, where Trinity and

We now turn to the men in the trenches, the guys up front that notably get overshadowed but are as equally, if not more important than anybody on the offence. They are key to all offensive production and without them, the quarterbacks, receivers and running-backs of this world wouldn’t get

We are gradually coming to the end of our ‘Team of the Year’ selection, so it’s now time to turn our attentions to the defensive side of the ball. Defence ruled in 2014, however this year the offences have started to take centre stage in the bragging rights with a

Dear Kickers, we are sorry we neglected to mention you all year, let this make up for it! Kickers Team White Greg Gibson, Belfast Trojans Having the luxury of playing for the highest scoring team will usually result in a pretty decent return for a Kicker.  Gibson totalled 26 points on the

All through 2015 we’ve shown our appreciation for the very best performances each week in our Team of the Week . Now, with all but the Shamrock Bowl in the books, the time has come for the Team of the Year. Although some of these players already play together in

2015 we hardly knew ye, all that is left now is Shamrock Bowl 29 and then we face into the bleak off season. Winter training, frozen fields, rain, wind and the true face of football in Ireland. The heroes of Summer are built in the Winter and with all but two teams

IAFL-1 Final Preview. With the IAFL-2 Preview done and dusted, we swiftly move onto the IAFL-1 clash between the Cork Admirals and the Waterford Wolves. In what we shall christen as “The Munster Mash”, or maybe a more serious name such as the ‘Munster Bowl’, will see the division leaders