Managing Committee Meeting February 11, 2018
Four European heavyweights are playing for the EUROBOWL XXXII
EFL: Teams from six nations fight for the European Cup in 2018
Cheerleading World Championships in Takasaki: Japan also outstanding on Sunday
Cheerleading World Championships: Host Japan dominates the first day
Cheerleading World Championships starts Saturday - Dance sport at its finest
Cheerleader World Championship: Final day as live stream
Cheerleading World Championship in Japan - 28 nations dance for the title
European Junior Championships in Paris
Paris – The football juniors from Austria have not only crowned the European Championship with a 17-7 in the final against France, they are now also the record holder with the fourth title in a row.
Already at half time the reigning champion led 14-0 after touchdowns by Seeber and Bonetti. The second score was preceded by an interception by France's Quarterback Noel.
In the third quarter it was getting exciting again. This time, it was the host who benefited from an interception. France's Floret was able to carry the ball gain of the defense some plays later in the end zone.
In the last quarter, guest kicker Straight made the final decision with a field goal and let the Austrians celebrate extensively after the end of the game.
In the game for third place, the German team rehabilitated themselves with a clear 50-0 success against chanceless Italians and secured the bronze medal.