Around The Continent: Week 7 – With Action from Austria to the Ukraine!

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CEFL - Blue Devils

CEFL - logo4There were no games played in the Central European Football League.

The league takes a hiatus until May 23 when Novi Sad plays host to defending champion Vukovi Belgrade.

Vukovi has reached the final every year since the league began in 2006 and won five times while losing four. The Silverhawks have made the final three times and won it once, in 2012. This is the third time since the league’s inception that the Blue Devils will participate. They reached the championship in 2009 but lost to Vukovi.


The Croatian league kicks off in the fall.

Czech Republic

Czech Rep. - Bulldogs v. Lions

The Trnava Bulldogs brought the Prague Lions back down to earth by beating them 22-6 last weekend. The Lions had upset the Bobcats the week before. In the only other game the Prague Black Panthers defeated the Brno Alligators 34-12.

The Black Panthers remain undefeated in first place at 3-0 but now the Bulldogs occupy second with their win with a record of 2-1.


Denmark - Triangle Razorbacks RB

The Triangle Razorbackscontinued their winning ways trouncing the lowly Aalbord 89ers 52-0. Razorback running back Mathias Kragh continued where he left off two weeks ago against Aarhus Tigers (211 yards/two touchdowns) and added three more touchdowns and 250 yards rushing. He is now a possible candidate for the title as league MVP if he continues playing this way. The Aarhus Tigers, 2014 finalists, beat the Amager Demons 27-19 while the Sollerod Gold Diggers upended the Herlev Rebels 30-16.

The Razorbacks and Gold Diggers are tied at 2-0 followed by the Towers at 1-0.

In IFAF Europe Champions League North action the Copenhagen Towers dropped a 13-0 decision to the Helsinki Roosters in Helsinki, Finland.


The Maple League starts in early June. The schedule is pending.


Champions League - Black Panthers v. seamen

The French league – FFFA – was idle this past weekend.

With two weekends left in regular season play, the Saint-Ouen Cougars should finish first in France although the Argonautes have a game in hand and with three victories would take over top spot. But third and fourth are wide open as the Dauphins, Black Panthers and Flash are all tied at 4-4 each with a victory over one of the other two. With two games remaining, this will be a thrilling finish to the French regular season.

The Cougars lead the league with a 7-0-1 record followed by the Argonautes in second at 5-2 and the Dauphins in third at 4-4. The Flash sit in fifth spot at 4-4 trailed by the Black Panthers at 4-4.

The Thonon Black Panthers hosted the Milano Seamen this past weekend in IFAF Europe Champions League Central play and handed the Seamen a surprising 32-23 defeat.

The Aix-Argonautes were in London to take on the Blitz and were surprised 27-21 by the tough London squad.

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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.