Monthly Archives: May 2017

When a great tornado burst into Kansas –Oli’s life across sport

While the women’s game may still be in its infancy in the UK, you’d be wrong to think the passion and skill of those involved is small too.

Many people we’ve profiled on the page have almost found the game by accident and this would be the case of our latest blog profile, Oli Davies.

Oli has been in contact sport for a long time, with a huge background in rugby, but spotting a Facebook post about development days has brought her a whole new sport, experience and opportunities. continue reading…

LADY BOSWELL’S SCHOOL TAKE FIRST EVER KENT SCHOOL GAMES FLAG FOOTBALL TITLE

Thursday 27th April saw the University of Kent play host to the first ever Kent School Games Flag Football competition.

Having first been introduced to children across the county three years ago, and been a demo sport at last year’s Kent School Games, AFD, who were instrumental in the growth of the game in Kent, worked with Kent Sport to bring together the first ever competition. continue reading…

Staffordshire Surge

While Staffordshire Surge has been in Britball for over 20 years, its women’s program only started two years ago.

In that time, the club has grown from two players to nearly 15 regular players and taking big steps forward to playing in their first Sapphire Series earlier this year. We talk to Laura Cole from the club about how the club is building and growing.

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Sports Minister scores a touchdown in Aylesford

In one of her final duties ahead of the general election, Sports Minister, Tracey Crouch MP, paid a visit to St Peter’s Primary School in Aylesford and participated in a PE lesson of flag football on Friday 28th April.

St Peter’s could be taking a big step forward in producing a potential NFL star of the future as the school has been awarded a set of equipment to play flag football in the school which Ms Crouch presented to them. continue reading…