Based: Feltham Arena, Feltham, Middlesex
Career Record (senior kitted record only): 41-23-0
Colours: Red/Blue/White
Website: No
Honours: Conference champions 1989, 1988. British Youth Kitted runners-up 1993. Junior Two Touch champions 1989.

Senior Kitted

1989 CGL Crown National Division Southern Conference 10-0-0*
1988 Budweiser League Premier Division South London & West Conference 10-0-0*
1987 Budweiser League Premeir Division South Eastern Conference 9-1-0*
1986 Budweiser League Central Premier Division 4-6-0*
1985 AFL South West Division 5-5-0*
1984 Merit Table 0-6-0

Youth Kitted

1994 BYAFA South Eastern Conference 5-3-0
1993 BYAFA Southern Conference 4-1-0* Lost final 44-6 to Southend Sabres
1992 BYAFA Capital Division 2-4-0* Lost 42-40 in first round of playoffs to Ipswich Cardinals

Youth Two Touch

1991 JGL Central Conference 3-3-0
1990 JGL Southern Conference 3-4-1
1989 did not compete
1988 JAFL London Central Conference 3-5-0

Junior Two Touch

1992 BYAFA Junior Two Touch Championship was awarded to the Heathrow Jets for the top league position following a season record of 7 wins and one draw.  Heathrow Jets went on to play an end of season demonstration game prior to the American Bowl at Wembley on the 16th August.  This game was against the league runners up "Hayes Braves" (6 - 1 - 1) and ended as a 0 - 0 draw.
1991 BYAFA record unknown. Won semi-final 32-0 against Newport Pagnell. Won final 6-0 vs Tiptree Titans
1990 BYAFA Junior Two Touch. Won final 2-0 vs. Chelmsford Cherokee Braves
1989 BYAFA Micro League London Conference 6-0-0* Won final at Wembley 6-0 against Newmarket Mustangs

Team notes: Founded in 1984 and competed at a senior kitted level through to 1989. The Jets had great record in their last three years losing only 1 regular season game (29 wins out of 30), but never quite got it going in the playoffs. Became known as the West London Aces in 1990.

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QB Parsonage

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Colchester QB Jay Iler vs Heathrow, 1987

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Heathrow's McGale clashes with Oxford's Tony Fernside, 1986

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QB Chris Chalmers, 1988

The Jets continued by name at a Youth Two Touch level (1988, 1990, 1991) and then at a Youth Kitted level (1992-1994). In 1993 they reached the BYAFA Bowl where they lost 44-6 to Southend. At a Junior Two Touch level they reached and won the BYAFA Micro League bowl 6-0 against the Newmarket Mustangs at Wembley Stadium prior to the American Bowl in 1989. This was achieved through a 1 yard sneak in the 4th quarter by MVP QB Duane Purdey. Their Junior teams won four consecutive championships between 1989 and 1992.