The Spartans are delighted to announce that all remaining 2017 season games for all three teams will be played at Thames Rugby Club, South Ockendon RM15 5JU. Continue reading “Spartans find new home for 2017”
Only a few days from their opening game of the 2017 season, aspirations are high for the Essex Spartans seniors as they hope for a winning season and a return to the playoffs.
Following a frustrating 2016 campaign that saw just two victories from ten games in a multitude of circumstances and tight score lines, the Thurrock-based outfit have dusted themselves off and are looking forward to big things. Continue reading ““It’s time to return to playoff football,” says Coach Seán”
The Essex Spartans senior game against the Ipswich Cardinals on Saturday night was a special one for eight-year-old Owen, as he had a big surprise waiting for him when he attended. Continue reading “Mascot Owen speaks to the Spartans”
Essex Spartans American Football U17 Head Coach Steve Watson has led his team of 14, 15 and 16-year olds to unprecedented success in Spartans history this season, with a perfect 12-0 over three local teams Colchester Gladiators, Hertfordshire Cheetahs and Bedfordshire Blackhawks. Continue reading “HC Watson says “Bedford were the real stars””
Entering the tournament already Division champions, the undefeated Essex Spartans American Football U17 side completed another trio of wins on Saturday to cement their place at the Britbowl finals, and into Spartans history. Continue reading “Undefeated U17s head for National Finals”
Essex Spartans American Football team youngsters have taken the BAFA Outer London East Conference title with three games remaining. Continue reading “Academy U17’s take Division crown”
Essex Spartans Academy U17 put in three dominant performances to end their third tournament at 9-0, and crowned Division Champions. Continue reading “Youth team continue march towards perfection”
Do you believe in winning streaks?
What about losing streaks?
I am a lifelong, and long-suffering, fan of West Ham United (I know, right…) and so YES, I really believe in winning and losing streaks. Continue reading “Streakers”
I’m a woman who plays American football.
For a men’s team. It’s not exactly what I set out to do, or planned on happening, but it’s how things have turned out. And what has really surprised me is that it’s been ok. Not exactly the training, that can be bloody hard graft at times, especially motivating myself to go for a run or do weights at 5 in the morning. Continue reading “Guest Blog: Liz Speaks”