Hi, I'm Garry, owner & administrator of Inside American Football. I've been involved in the game since the late 70s as a fan, player or photographer. I started IAF to further my interests in the sport & put something back into the Britsh American football community
Thursday, 30 December 2010 17:16
Under frosty floodlights in Greenwich, the Hertfordshire Hurricanes exacted their vengeance upon a strong Mariners side, winning with a 41 – 0 shut out.
Last season, the Challenge Trophy winning Greenwich Mariners embarrassed the ‘Canes with a tight victory, leaving a bruise on Hertfordshire’s reputation that took the shine off a season that saw the Hurricanes reach the national semifinals.
You can read the full match report in Issue Four of Inside American Football.
Published in BUAFL Game Reports
Thursday, 30 December 2010 16:51
Photographer Shane Ferguson is the third 'tog to get the Inside American Football treatment as we go behind the scenes to see what makes photographers tick.
Over eight pages we see examples of Shane's work, both with American football & also non-sports photography.
You can read more about Shane's work in Issue Three of Inside American Football.
Thursday, 30 December 2010 16:46
Peter barker looks at the upcoming British Universities American Football league season & identifies the potential winners & losers.
Illustrated by photos from the 2009/10 season, Pete assesses the strengths & weaknesses & makes a few predictions.
You can read the full article in Issue Three of Inside American Football.
Thursday, 30 December 2010 16:42
The Coventry Jets came up short in their bid to regain the British American Football title, falling 34- 20 to the London Blitz. Three Lorne Sam touchdown passes and a stellar defensive effort weren’t effort to prevent the Blitz repeating as National Champions as turnovers and penalties proved to be Coventry’s downfall.
ourtney Pope chipped in a solid shift for the Jets, another two touchdown receptions were added to his league high tally of 12, Mark Cohen also scored, the 101st touchdown of his vaunted Jets career.
Coventry won the toss and decided to kick off, Alan Steel sending the ball down to the Blitz 20 where Aaron Percival collected the ball to set London up on their own 40. Clive Palumbo’s reception on a receiver screen converted a big third down for the Blitz as Fred Boyle showed some good early poise in the face of Coventry’s pass rush. Gary Clark came up with a big sack to force a third and thirteen as the Jets applied early pressure.
You can read the full match report in Issue Three of Inside American Football.