Based: Leeds University
Career Record: 89-32-11
Colours: Green shirts; black helmets, pants and socks.
Website: www.eteamz.com/leedsceltics
Honours: College Bowl X winners. College Bowl XII, VII runners-up. Conference champions 1991/1992 Divisional champions 1994/1995, 1995/1996, 1997/1998, 1998/1999, 2002/2003, 2003/2004

2003/2004 BCAFL Northern Conference Eastern Division 7-1-0* (semi-finalists)
2002/2003 BCAFL Northern Conference Eastern Division 8-0-0*
2001/2002 BCAFL Northern Conference Eastern Division 0-7-2
2000/2001 BCAFL Northern Conference Eastern Division 2-4-2
1999/2000 BCAFL Northern Conference Eastern Division 5-2-1
1998/1999 BCAFL Northern Conference Eastern Division 7-1-0*
1997/1998 BCAFL Northern Conference Eastern Division 8-0-0*
1996/1997 BCAFL Northern Conference Eastern Division 6-2-0*
1995/1996 BCAFL Northern Conference Eastern Division 7-1-0*
1994/1995 BCAFL Northern Conference Eastern Division 5-2-1*
1993/1994 BCAFL Northern Conference 6-0-2*
1992/1993 BCAFL Northern Conference 7-0-1*
1991/1992 BCAFL Northern Conference 5-1-2*
1990/1991 BCAFL Northern Conference 5-2-1*

Team notes: They were the surprise team of the year in 1990/1991, losing only two regular-season games and defeating Strathclyde in the playoffs before losing to East Anglia. This initial success was achieved by good coaching, enthusiasm and the help of some experienced American players. The 1991-92 season saw a continuation of the Celtics' strong performance, as they won the Northern conference in the regular season before losing to eventual College Bowl finalists Glasgow 14-8 in a very hard fought encounter. In 1992-93 Leeds took yet another step forward, finishing the regular season undefeated and advancing to College Bowl VII, where the Celtics were finally stopped by Southampton 19-0. Following the College Bowl, coach Damian Bayford organised a college allstar team, including a great number of Leeds players, which defeated two German college teams. 1993-94 saw the Celtics finish second behind Glasgow during the regular season with a 6-0-2 record, despite winning every game they played. However, their drive to a second consecutive College Bowl was derailed in the fourth quarter of the Northern Conference Championship Game, as Glasgow came from 6-0 down to win 20-6. Five Leeds players were then selected for the first Great Britain national team; Tyrone White earned both player of the game in the Oregon All-Star game and co-defensive player of the Bulldogs' season. With the league realignment into divisions in 1994-95, the Celtics struggled but still won their first division title. They were then once again eliminated from the playoffs by Glasgow, this time by a score of 42-0.After a 24-14 loss to Loughborough in the 1995-96 opener, the Celtics hammered their other opponents, rolling up a record 296 points in winning the Eastern Division and finishing 7-1. Two victories on the road - at Strathclyde and at Loughborough - preceded the Celtics' 14-8 victory against Cardiff in College Bowl X, marking Leeds' first national title. Leeds' hopes for a second national title were obliterated in the playoffs by Loughborough 43-0.Leeds Celtics went a perfect 8-0 in the 1997-98 season, amassing 393 points and winning the Northern Conference Eastern Division. After wins against Hull and Glasgow , the Celtics season ended with a surprise loss to Hertfordshire in College Bowl XII. The Celtics won their fourth division title in five years, despite losing to Loughborough in week 2 of the season at home. They beat Strathclyde in the first round of the playoffs which set up a Northern Conference Championship game at Loughborough. Leeds were eliminated from the playoffs after a 20-14 loss to their bitter rivals. Leeds failed to make the playoffs for the first time in their 10 year history, coming runners up to Lancaster in the Division. However the Celtics had the pleasure of ending Lancaster's perfect record when the Bombers were beat in their final regular season game 6-0 in Leeds. Had a perfect regular season in 2002/2003 securing the Eastern division title, but fell in the first round of the playoffs. Won the divisional crown again in 2004, and reached the semi-finals.