Sunday 30th June – By Thomas Rowberry (@Rowberry_) & Tim Monk (@Tim_MonkF10Y) Week 12 of the BAFA National Leagues saw more blowouts than a bad electrician throughout all three tiers of British American Football with 17 of the 21 games played decided by more than one two scores, seven of these results saw shutout victories…
Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd June – By Thomas Rowberry (@Rowberry_)/ Tim Monk (@Tim_Monk85) Week 11 of the BAFA National Leagues saw only two of twenty-three games played decided by one score or less, those being the Kent Exiles 17-12 win over the Bristol Aztecs and the Cambridgeshire Cats 14-9 win against the Wembley Stallions….
Saturday 15th & Sunday 16th June – by Thomas Rowberry Week 10 of the BAFA National Leagues saw some of the more surprising results of the season, as well as eight shutouts. Saturday’s action saw the Manchester Titans go into Tamworth and walk away with a shock 21-0 against the Phoenix. You can check out…
Saturday 8th June & Sunday 9th June – By Thomas Rowberry (@Rowberry_) Week 9 of the BAFA National Leagues saw perhaps the closest set of games since Full10Yards started covering British American Football with 6 games being decided by a field goal or less; the Sheffield Giants, East Kilbride Pirates, Glasgow Tigers, Hertfordshire Cheetahs, Cambridgeshire…
Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd June – By Thomas Rowberry Week 9 of the BAFA National Leagues saw 18 games take place across the weekend with the Tamworth Phoenix, Leicester Falcons, Aberdeen Roughnecks and Yorkshire Rams kicking off the weekend’s action on Saturday. In their previous encounter on opening day the Rams were on the…
Sunday May 26th Week 7 of the BAFA National Leagues saw a considerably less congested schedule with only 14 games taking place throughout the three tiers of British American Football. We still saw a bunch of blowouts this week with eleven of the fourteen games played having a score differential of more than one touchdown….
Sunday May 19th – By Thomas Rowberry Week 6 of the BAFA National Leagues (Adult) saw some truly incredible score-lines throughout all three tiers of British American Football. The big talking points coming out of this week’s games are that from the twenty-one games played we saw five 50-point performances (two of which were 60+…
Week 2 is here and so are we!
A whole host of guests to get you geared up for week 2.
Zach Brunner of Flurry Sports joins us to give you the starts and sits for your fantasy teams. Resident tipping expert Adam Walford from TouchdownTips joins us as we look to continue the great tipping service from week 1.
Some injury updates, some week 2 storylines and of course our kickers corner.
Our guests can be found on Twitter:
Zach Brunner – @FantasyFlurry
Adam Walford – @touchdowntips
Kickers Matter – @Kickers_matter
Toby Chesters, the HC of the Sheffield Giants joins us to wrap up Britball week.
We go through a typical week with the Giants and Toby also fills us in on the international game where he is the GB Lions running back coach.
How was the selection process done? What was the experience like and what did they learn from the trip? Find out here!
We hope you enjoyed Britball week and we will revisit once the Britbowl champions have been crowned!
@tjchesters/@sheffieldgiants are the social media handles for the coach and team.
In the penultimate stop on our tour of Britball, Coach Scott honours us with his presence and gives us the low down on the all conquering Prem North champions Tamworth Phoenix.
He breaks down what makes their team so dominant, paying homage to his coaching teams but also gives us insight into his adventures over the pond whilst also filling us in on the American Football University scene. He can be found on social media @fastboatcoach and @TamworthPhoenix.
Our final stop will be Tamworth’s opponents on Sunday, Sheffield with Coach Chesters.
Ben Nuttall (@bnuttall11) joins us to talk about what it’s like being a player for a Britball team.
Everything from Flag to coaching, Ben tells us all about the main differences in this country between Flag football and full contact.
In the news, Jalen Ramsey had some kind words to say about the QBs in the league and we let you know about what’s coming up on the Full10Yards over the next couple of weeks.
Tomorrow sees our final stops on the Britball tour of the UK, hope you can join us!
Roger Goodgroves joins us to take a peek behind the curtain in the British American Football game.
Having perhaps the smoothest voice I have ever heard , we talk about his experiences as an official and what it takes to become an official here. What groups try and support the game and how we can support them.
He also gives us an insight into the Britball scene over the past few decades and the major changes it has seen. He can be found on social media @rogergoodgroves. We will be getting Roger on over the course of the season to break down some big officiating calls too!
Next stop, Manchester!
The next stop on our tour of Britball sees Coach Davies of the U19 East Kilbride Pirates Team joining us to talk about Britball north of the border.
Very passionate about the youth game and about increasing participation at a youth level, Coach Davies discusses what’s like being in the middle of the chain.
How does the U19 team integrate with the adult setup and how do they get people involved? He also talks us through the weekly preparations ahead of their huge game a few days ago vs Manchester Titans U19s in the playoffs.
Next stop, we go behind the scenes with Roger Goodgroves!
BRITBALL WEEK is HERE!
The first stop on our tour of the UK is Bristol. Coach Powles from the Bristol Aztecs joins us to talk about the pains of the Prem South and the dominance of the London Teams in Britball.
We discuss their season and what can be done to get more players involved in the game and how they encourage participation. They can be found on Twitter @bristolaztecs.
We have set up a JustGiving page to help support some of the groups in this country such as Double Coverage who help provide such information about the teams, the fixtures and announcements. head over to our fundraising page to help support the game here in the UK and all donations will mean you can enter some of the competitions listed on there!
Hope you enjoy it, next stop, East Kilbride.
The self-proclaimed “Aaron Rodgers” of the NFL Scotland Podcast Cameron Hobbs joins us from the NFL Scotland podcast.
After previous being involved in radio, the 49ers and Jags fan talks about how their podcast was created and has grown. We talk about the stellar cast of guests that have already joined them in the short but action packed journey and teases about future guests lined up. His story on nearly costing a team a Britball game due to his bias on the tannoy!
Cameron tells us his tendencies in Fantasy Football and also providing us with a few predictions for the 2018 season.
Cameron can be found on Social Media under @CameronHobbs and their podcast, which is well worth a listen can be found @ScotlandNFL.
Kieran Patterson taking a look at the New England Patriots