Based: Downfield Park, Kingsway, Dundee (also played at Kaird Park, Dundee, Scotland)
Career Record: 42-37-2
Colours: All white (also played in White and blue)
Website: No
Honours: Thistle League champions 1987. SGA Bowl IV, III runners-up. Conference champions 1995.

1998 SGA record unknown* Lost SGA Bowl IV 50-6 to EK Pirates
1997 SGA record unknown* Lost SGA Bowl III 24-6 to EK Pirates
1996 SGA record unknown
1996 SGA record unknown
1994 BAFA Division Two Scottish Conference 1-7-0
1993 BNGL National League Northern Conference 8-2-0*
1992 BNGL National League Scottish Conference 8-2-0*
1991 BNGL National League Scottish Conference 1-8-1
1990 BNGL National League Scottish Conference 3-7-0
1989 CGL Crown National Division Scottish Conference 2-6-0
1988 Budweiser League Division One Scottish Conference 7-2-1*
1987 Thistle League 10-0-0 (Champions)

Team Notes: First team in Scotland to play full-contact football without kit, when they won the Thistle League in 1987 with a perfect record. Graduated successsfully to the Budweiser League in 1988, where they made the playoffs in Division One. Made playoffs in the BNGL National league in 1992 and 1993 and also reached SGA Bowl's III and IV. Runners-up to Newcastle in the Glamis Castle Invitational Bowl. Forced to pull out of the league in 1994 due to a player shortage. Had struggled to a 1-4 record before calling it a day. Second year Whalers coach Scott Campbell said, "Our club have been decimated by injuries."

2nd July 1995 - Alan Sturrock ran for 296 yards on 31 carries and scored 4 times vs Fife 49ners
18th June 1995 - Alan Sturrock ran for 201 yards from 38 carries vs Strathclyde Sheriffs
24th May 1992 - Alan Sturrock amassed 280 all-purpose yards vs Falkirk
13th May 1990 - Lost the first ever overtime game in Britball vs Fife 49ners 18-24