Edinburgh Wolves American Football

Edinburgh Wolves American Football

American Football: Wolves play off bid ended

The Edinburgh Wolves American football team's first-ever play-off game ended in a 27-9 defeat to the Shropshire Revolution.

American Football: Wolves want the fur to fly

EDINBURGH WOLVES are gearing up for their biggest weekend ever, as they prepare for the first play-off game in their eight-year history.

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Edinburgh Wolves to hold Super Bowl party

EDINBURGH Wolves, the Capital's American football team, is hosting its annual Super Bowl Party at Sportsters on Market Street on Sunday.

Gridiron: Wolves looking to leave Blackhawks down

THE race for the play-offs may be heating up, but the Edinburgh Wolves American football team are determined to stay focused on tomorrow's clash with the Clyde Valley Blackhawks at Meadowbank Stadium.

Strong Titans tame Wolves

THE Edinburgh Wolves American football team lost their second game in a row, falling to the Manchester Titans 34-6 at home.

Gridiron: Wolves aiming to pull plug on TV star as Titans await

THE Edinburgh Wolves gridiron football team will attempt to create some fireworks when they host Manchester tomorrow at Meadowbank stadium.

Gridiron: Wolves edged out in battle with Tigers

EDINBURGH WOLVES saw their four-game winning streak come to an end in a hard-fought struggle against American football rivals Glasgow Tigers at Meadowbank yesterday.

American Football: Wolves continue their fine run as Blackhawks downed

EDINBURGH WOLVES kept up their winning form yesterday with a 10-6 away victory over Clyde Valley Blackhawks.

American Football: Wolves tear the Wildcats to shreds

EDINBURGH WOLVES notched up an impressive victory at Meadowbank stadium with a 39-0 win over American football newcomers Highland Wildcats.

Gridiron: Edinburgh Wolves hunt the Wildcats

THE Edinburgh Wolves American football team return to Meadowbank on Sunday at 2.30pm for their first home game. The Wolves hope to bounce back after losing 27-0 to the Manchester Titans two weeks ago.

Wolves lose in Manchester

GRIDIRON team Edinburgh Wolves had a tough opening to the 2009 season, losing 27-0 at Manchester Titans yesterday.

Gridiron: Edinburgh Wolves trio picked for GB team

Edinburgh Wolves, the Capital's Gridiron team, are celebrating this week after three members of their squad were selected to play for Great Britain Lions this year as the national side moves toward their goal of qualifying for the 2010 European Championships.

Wolves host city Super Bowl party for American football fans

THE Edinburgh Wolves American football team is preparing to host its sixth annual Super Bowl party at Sportsters Bar, Market Street, on Sunday.

American football: Touch down at Meadowbank and you'll have a field day

I'VE only ever been to America once. When I was 15, I went on a school exchange trip to the cultural mecca that is Berwick, Pennsylvania.

Wolves out to tame Tigers

EDINBURGH WOLVES head coach Don Edmonston has called on the city gridiron side to capitalise on a convincing victory as they gear up for two tough back-to-back home games in the play-off hunt.

Wolves still in play-off hunt after Titans clash

EDINBURGH Wolves, the Capital's American football side, blew away Division Two rivals Manchester Titans 44-24 on Saturday, in a high-scoring bonanza at Meadowbank stadium.

Wolves face Titans clash

THE Edinburgh Wolves gridiron team must shut down the high-scoring Manchester Titans tomorrow to give themselves a chance to qualify for the post-season play-offs.

Big and the bad beat Wolves

THE Edinburgh Wolves gridiron team was a victim of big plays and bad weather in their 25-6 loss yesterday at the home of league leaders Lancashire Wolverines.

Ex-Claymore Don tells Wolves to stick to game plan

EDINBURGH Wolves' head coach Don Edmonston has called on the gridiron side to build on the momentum which has earned them impressive wins in the last two games, in order to overcome the formidable Lancashire Wolverines this weekend.

Wolves maul the Romans

EDINBURGH Gridiron outfit Wolves pulled off an impressive victory away at Chester Romans yesterday during their first foray across the Border in this season's British American Football League, Division Two Northern season.

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