Cairo Hell Hounds capture Egyptian Bowl IV to win 1st title ever, lady Warriors win flag championship

The Cairo Hell Hounds capped an undefeated season by blanking the Cairo Wolves 12-0 to capture Egyptian Bowl IV, earning their first Egyptian National Football League title ever.

With the win, the Hounds broke the three-year title stranglehold of the GUC Eagles. The Hell Hounds beat the Eagles once during the regular season and again in the playoffs to reach the final.

The Hell Hounds entered the game riding a season-long unbeaten streak but faced a much tougher Wolves team than expected. However, quarterback Matthew Kershey was impressive throwing two touchdown passes to Abdelraouf Hassan while the defense kept the Wolves off the scoreboard.

Egyptian Flag Football League (EFFL)

The Cairo Warriors scored a last second touchdown to defeat the Cairo Wolves 19-12 and earn their first-ever EFFL championship.

The Warriors entered the game without a loss this season but had a difficult time subduing the Wolves.