Monthly Archives: July 2017

How GB took the world by storm

At the end of June, the GB Women’s team took British American Football to a whole different level. They were competing at a World Championships, the first British team to ever appear at one, and a team, that at the previous championships four years previously didn’t even exist. continue reading…

How Jay shouldered his way to a whole new sporting career

When Josh Clarke (also known as Jay) suffered a serious shoulder injury seven years ago, the furthest thing from his mind was how he could forge his way into a new sport. But randomly that is exactly what did happen. He was told he could not train or play rugby after a dislocated shoulder and separated AC joint, but before he knew it he was on the path of American Football. continue reading…

Locker Room Chat

Fresh from becoming the fourth ranked team in the World, and the highest ranked outside of North America, GB Women’s captain Phoebe Schecter gives us a fun insight to some of the inside track on the team! continue reading…

Portsmouth Dreadnoughts

With the women’s game still in its infancy in this country, finding places to play can be hard. For Charyle Mercer and others at Portsmouth Dreadnoughts, getting a women’s side was as much about determination as it was in playing ability. Read about their story as they feature as our July Club of the Month.

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