26 Nations Battle Around the Continent: France, Spain Post-seasons Set; Germany in Full Swing

[tps_title]Around the Continent[/tps_title]


Portugal - Mutts v Crusaders


 In a key upset the Lisbon Crusaders defeated the previously undefeated (in 2015) Porto Mutts 35-24 in the Portuguese semifinals. In the other semi-final, the Lisbon Navigators did not have an easy time of it but finally dispatched the Lisboa Devils 34-29.

Highlights Navigators-Devils

The Crusaders will face the defending champion Navigators on June 6 for the Portuguese championship.


Romania - Rebels v Monsters2

The Romanian semifinals are slated for this weekend. In the one semi, the South East number one seed, the Bucharest Rebels will face the North West number two seed the Timisoara 89ers. In the other semi-final, the North West number one team, the Cluj Crusaders will face the South East number two, the Bucharest Warriors


Russia - Spartans v Dragons

Ural Division

No games were played this past weekend.

Volga Division

In one of the two games played, the Nizhny Novgorod Raiders 52 blanked the Moscow Dragons 19-0. Meanwhile the Podolsk Knights held on to first place by beating the host Moscow Spartans 17-14.

Black Sea Division

No games were played.

Big 5 Division

No games were played.


Serbia - Vukovi v. Novi Sad

The Novi Sad Dukes posted their biggest upset by manhandling the defending champion Vukovi Belgrade 38-14, their first victory against Vukovi since 2008. Dukes quarterback Alexander McKean threw three touchdown passes in the win. In the other game in Serbia, the Pancevo Panthers ran roughshod over the Cacak Angel Warriors 53-0.

The Novi Sad Dukes top the standings at 5-0, while Vukovi drops down to second at 4-1. After that the Indija Indians, Pancevo Panthers and Nis Imperatori all with 3-2 records are in a battle for a playoff spot. Two weekends of play remaining and anything can happen.


Slovakia - Patriots v. W

Only one game was played in the Slovakian league as the Zvolen Patriots shut out the Zilina Warriors 28-0 in the SFL East.

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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.