141. Crawley Raiders 20-23 Merseyside Centurions, 6th September 1992, BNGL Premier Bowl

Graham Whyte scored a TD and kicked a field goal to clinch the title for the Centurions. The Merseysiders were 16-8 ahead, before Whyte’s 14 yard run with 4 minutes to go. Crawley scored on Gregg’s 9 yard run to bring the scores to 23-20 but Merseyside hung on. Match report

142. Leicester Panthers 7-10 Luton Flyers, 10th April 1988


Dave Munn ran for 101 yards and caught a 13 yard reception for the Flyers score. Martin Fisher prevented the Flyers from clinching the game with a stunning late interception which set up a final drive for the Panthers which led to Rex Harrison attempting a 35 yard field goal to tie the game. As time expired the ball went wide and the Flyers won. Match report


143. St Albans Kestrels 20-22 LA Panthers, Capital League Final, 23rd August 1987


In this Capital League final, Ryan Holness scored twice for the Panthers but the Kestrels were always in touch and when Graham Martin scored they went for the game tying two point conversion, but it failed and the Panthers won their first (and only) title. Match report


144. Birmingham Bulls 30-41 London Olympians, NDMA League, 14th June 1992


Leroy Innes caught passes for 189 yards and 3 TDs, as the Olympians won this crucial NDMA regular season match. Match report

145. Streatham Olympians 13-12 Birmingham Bulls, 1985


Streatham reached the first ever British final with a heart stopping 13-12 win over the favoured Birmingham Bulls at Oxford City Football Club. No match report

146. Washington Presidents 66-62 Wirral Wolves, 12th July 1987

In this points-fest, the Presidents outlasted the Wolves 66-62 with Sammy Samuels scoring an astounding 9 TDs. No match report


147. Birmingham Bulls 26-22 London Ravens, Budweiser National League, 9th April 1989


Russ Jensen again inspired the Bulls to an early season victory over the London Ravens in this April classic that showed that there was little between the sides. The Bulls would go onto reach the final for the second straight year. No match report

148. Nottingham Hoods 22-28 London Olympians, NDMA Semi-Final, 3rd August 1992.


In this 1992 NDMA Semi-Final, the Olympians ran out to a 22-0 lead and led 28-8 in the final quarter. TDs from Mick Morton and Albert Thompson got the Hoods to within 6, but two Scott Rowe endzone interceptions and a huge hit on WR Craig Alsop caused a fumble which the O’s recovered to preserve the win. Match report


149. Merseyside Centurions 20-16 Leicester Huntsmen, BNGL 1987 Final.


The running of Andy Igweibo and the passing of Gary Tagoe led the Centurions to a first title win with a tight victory over the Huntsmen. Both sides had had dominant regular seasons, and the team from the north west just had enough. Match report to follow.


150. Manchester Allstars 26-25 London Olympians, Budweiser National Quarter-Final, 15th July 1987


Second string cornerback Seymour Osbourne clinched the win for the Allstars with an interception on a bomb late in the game after Rick Bolen had inspired the Allstars to a narrow lead. Match report. 

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