Around The Continent: Week 8 Full of Lopsided Scores

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Portugal

Portugal - Mutts v. Sharks

Playoffs

 The quarterfinals kicked off this past weekend. The Porto Mutts who finished first in the North made mincemeat of the Algarve Sharks in the first quarterfinal with a 102-0 shellacking. Then the Lisbon Crusaders, second in the South were to take on the Paredes Lumberjacks, third place in the North but the game was postponed pending a ruling by the Portuguese American Football Association.

Romania

Romania - Rebels v Monsters2

It was a week of lopsided victories in Romania. The Timisoara 89ers destroyed the Resita Locomotives  61-0 while the Bucharest Rebels overwhelmed the Mures Monsters  54-7. The win boosted the Rebels back into top spot in the South East conference dropping the Warriors to second. The Cluj Crusaders are first in the North West undefeated at 4-0.

Russia

Russia - Griffins

The Russian league kicked off with eight teams in action. The Podolsk Knights beat the Moscow Black Storm 27-0 in the season opener. The Moscow Spartans beat up on the Moscow Dragons 34-0. In a weekend of blank scores the St. Petersburg Griffins whipped the  Jaroslavl Rebels 38-0. And in the only win over a team that scored, Moscow United beat the St. Petersburg North Legion 14-6.

Serbia

Serbia - Vukovi v Nis

In the only game in Serbia this past weekend, Beograd Vukovi beat Nis Imperatori 27-8.

The Novi Sad Dukes top the standings at 3-0, followed by Vukovi at 3-0, while Pancevo sits in third at 2-1.

Vukovi Belgrade fell behind in the first half to Istanbul’s Bogazici Sultans in a Champions League East match-up only to recover and go on to win 34-19.

Slovakia

Slovakia - Steelers v. Patriots

The Slovakian league was idle this past weekend. Action resumes May 16 as the Trnava Bulldogs play host to the Nitra Knights.

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Roger Kelly
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.
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