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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 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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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

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

Our team of the Weeks included only QB, RB, WR, OL and Defences and as we sat down to pick the very best of all we found that since we put so much faith in our scoring charts (have you seen them?) there are players that are so key to their

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

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

NFL-Irelands Week 17: ‘Team of the Week’ Week 17 served up some of the best and most exciting football to date this season as the form book was ripped up in IAFL1, the Rhinos saved Trinity and the Trojans continued to dominate in IAFL2. The seasons is winding down for

Week 15 Previews Games, seasons and futures can be decided in moments this time of year. Teams certain of security can make one slip and be facing the IAFL 1 quick sand. Teams wondering who their playoff opponents will be get caught looking the wrong way and their football is
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Week 11 comes to IAFL 1 & 2 with varying degrees of importance. In the IAFL 1, three teams move to the midseason point, and in IAFL 2 the Vipers look to for some improvement over their first game, any improvement at all. Meath Bulldogs (1-2) @ Dundalk Mavericks (1-2)