The regular season came to a close with some exciting games in Green Turtle Cay bringing the playoff picture some clarity as The Marsh Harbour WildHawgs and Murphy Town Tigers visited the Falcons. The WildHawgs completed a regular season sweep of all teams finishing with a six win and zero …
Intense competition marked the seventh weekend games of the Abaco Flag Football League’s third season which is quickly winding down to a close with playoffs and championship games on the horizon.
With the third season for adult Flag Football just weeks away the Abaco Flag Football League (AFFL) is poised and ready to build on the success and excitement of the previous years.
The Abaco Youth Football Association (AYFA) drew their fourth season of youth flag football to a close with an exciting Championship series featuring three age groups, which also saw a first time winner in the Junior Division and the first repeat Champions in the Senior Division.
Former NFL Safety and Rhodes Scholar, Myron Rolle held his second Play 4 Progress youth football camp, a national student athlete workshop, in Abaco where over 60 kids learned lessons for life.
The second season of the Abaco Flag Football League (AFFL) culminated in a spectacular championship event at the Murphy Town Ball Park on Saturday, June 11 which saw exciting competition in both Men’s and Women’s flag football broadcast live across the country.
The Abaco Flag Football League (AFFL) concluded regular season games on Sunday, May 29 and are now ready to proceed to the playoff tournament and Championship Cup matches for Men’s and Women’s Flag Football.
On Saturday, April 9 Man-O-War hosted a double header at the ball field on the Cay facing off against the Dragons and the Hope Town Superstarz in Flag Football action.
The Abaco Youth Football Association’s Youth flag football season culminated on Saturday January 30 with play-offs taking place in Murphy Town by the baseball field, starting at 9 am on January 30, setting the stage for the afternoon’s championship games.
The Abaco Youth Football Association (AYFA) opened their third season of youth flag football on September 19 with the Cooper’s Town Hawks and the Murphy Town Tigers – the league’s two newest teams – facing off on an overcast day.