Demons ‘Freeze the C’ for MND
Despite going down in all three grades on the weekend the Wandsworth Demons had major success off the field. The big ‘Freeze at the C’ took place with an array of homemade cupcakes, beanies, hats and raffles seeing the Demons raise over 2300AUD for the Cure for MND Foundation. A simply amazing result.
Special thanks goes out to the great support of the opposition West London Wildcats, Jimmy Perrett, Ash Walsh, all the girls who helped at the stall and last but not least, Gaby Duncan. Days like these go to show how amazing football clubs are.
Amazing initiative Demons.
Cock fight ends in a thriller between the two Parisian sides
It was a changing of the guard in the French capital at the weekend. 2015 CNFA premiers, the Paris Cockerels, went down in a thriller to their little brothers, the Paris Cockatoos, 18.5. 113 to 13.8. 86.
The French league is certain to crown a first-time premier in two weeks’ time with minor premiers, Cergy-Pontoise Coyotes winning through in their semi-final by claiming a 4-point win against Toulouse.
The CNFA is fast developing into one of the premier competitions across Europe and no doubt the AFL Europe community will be keeping a close eye on the Grand Final in Bordeaux on the 25th of June. Watch this space for a match preview of that game.
Port Malmo go back-to-back to claim the 2016 Swedish Cup
The Port Malmo Maulers continued their dominance in Sweden claiming the Swedish Cup in Norrtalje for the second consecutive year. The day was a huge success with the tournament getting a full page spread in the local paper. A big shout-out to all those who put this amazing tournament together.
Final standings for the day were as follows:
- Port Malmo Maulers
- Sodermalm Blues
- Norrtalje Dockers
- Oslo Crows
- Mixed Bags
- Arsta Swans
GB Swans meet in Birmingham and name their first 17 for AFL Europe Champs in August
British girls from all across the country made the trip to Birmingham at the weekend for a fantastic training session in the lead up to the AFL Europe Championships in August. The first 17 girls were selected to represent Great Britain following the session.
Congratulations to the following girls on making the GB Swans side:
Jen Bennett (Wimbledon Hawks)
Freya Blount (University of Birmingham)
Lea Cobham (North London Lions)
Lousie Darby (Wimbledon Hawks)
Charlie Eales (Wimbledon Hawks)
Chloe Hall (University of Birmingham)
Stacey Hughes (Glasgow Sharks)
Lucy Jones (University of Birmingham)
Rose Lewis (Wandsworth Demons)
Laura Mackay (University of Birmingham)
Rania Ramadan (North London Lions)
Alex Saulter (North London Lions)
Danni Saulter (North London Lions)
Caroline Sellar (Glasgow Sharks)
Laura Turner (North London Lions)
Lisa Wilson (Wimbledon Hawks)
Johan clocks up 100 of the best
Sodermalm Blues didn’t quite get the win at the Swedish Cup at the weekend but that didn’t dampen their spirits. Club stalwart Johan was elevated to legend status are clocking up his 100th game for the Blues. An absolutely amazing achievement Johan, well done.
Lisbon, Portugal announced as Euro Cup location
AFL Europe last week announced Lisbon, Portugal as the location for this year’s instalment of the Euro Cup. The Euro Cup is the premier 9-a-side national tournament for season 2016 and is set to be an incredible weekend in Portugal.
For more information regarding the tournament please email email@example.com
AFL CNE top of the table blockbuster doesn’t disappoint
AFL CNE is the most competitive it’s ever been in season 2016. The weekend saw the two top sides the Manchester Mozzies and Wolverhampton Wolverines go head-to-head with the winner asserting their dominance coming into the backend of the regular season.
The Mozzies came out on top in what proved a scintillating contest in wet condition with the game staying within two kicks for the duration. The final score read 11.20. 86 to 10.13. 73 in favour of the Manchester boys.