Around The Continent: Week 6 – Rivalries Edition

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Portugal - NavigatorsNorth

The Portuguese regular season came to an end as the Braga Warriors blanked the Porto Renegades 30-0.  The Porto Mutts finished first in the North at 8-0 followed by the Braga Warriors in second with a 6-2 record.


In the South the Lisboa Devils finished the regular season with a big 47-0 win over the Algarve Shark. The Lisboa Navigators finished the regular season undefeated in first place in the South at 8-0, followed by the Crusaders who are 6-2 on the season so far.

 Look for a preview of the Portuguese playoffs next week in Around The Continent.


Romania - Crusaders action2

In Romania this past weekend only one game was played as the Bucharest Rebels took care of the Timisoara 89ers 46-0.  The Rebels now lead the South East conference while the Bucharest Warriors have dropped to second. The Cluj Crusaders are first in the North West undefeated at 3-0.


The Russian league kicks off May 9 with eight teams in action. The 15 team four division league winds up its regular season in August.


Serbia - Indija Indians action

Three games were played in Serbia. The Kragujevac Wild Boars rolled up a 54-25 win over the Sirmium Legionaires after scoring 19 points in the first quarter. The Indija Indians recorded their first victory of the season with a 26-7 victory over the Pancevo Panthers. The Indians were paced by running back Ivan Prskalo who rushed for 140 yards  while also recording two sacks and eight tackles. The Nis Imperatori then beat up on the winless Cacak Angel Warriors 42-12.

After three games played the Novi Sad Dukes top the standings at 2-0, followed by Vukovi, while Pancevo sits in third at 2-1.

This coming weekend Vukovi Belgrade will travel to Istanbul, Turkey to face the Bogazici Sultans in a Champions League East match-up.


The Slovakian league gets underway this weekend as all six teams will be in action.

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Roger Kelly is an editor and a writer for AFI. A former PR Director the B.C. Lions of the Canadian Football League for 7 years, he now lives in Sweden writing about and scouting American Football throughout the world.