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This game in Leeds on Sunday 22 August saw the Pirates face the sternest test of their credentials so far this season, but they rose to the challenge to secure not only an undefeated record but also the top seeding for the forthcoming playoffs.
Home side Yorkshire made their intentions clear on the opening drive as they steadily moved the ball up field before rounding off with a 5yard dash by running back Adim Irozuru. Martin Steele added the conversion kick to give the Rams an early 70 advantage. The Pirates hit back immediately though and quickly opened their own account when Iain Dick ran the ball home from 15 yards, Steven Kane's extra point attempt was wide of the target so Yorkshire held a 1 point lead at that stage. The Rams' next possession quickly ground to a halt and East Kilbride had control of the ball as the game moved into the second quarter.
A shorthanded Coventry Jets squad made their longest trip of the season on Saturday evening and came away with 547 victory over the Sussex Thunder. Courtney Pope did it all as he caught two touchdown passes, threw one and broke up a pass as he played safety as well. Mark Cohen also had two touchdown receptions, edging him ever closer to 100 for his Jets career as he currently stands at 98. Other scorers were David Saul, Tony Perkins, Dervan Alleyne and Lorne Sam.
Sam was on fire from the off, needing just 170 yards passing to put him over the 2000 yard mark for the season. The former Florida State Seminole completed his first five passes for 139 yards and two touchdowns. Cohen was on the receiving end of a 69 yard touchdown as he split the safeties to race into the endzone and get the Jets off to a flying start on their first possession.
The Coventry Jets adult flag team travelled to Leicester for just one game on Sunday as the London Rebels were unable to attend. Whilst Coventry were happy to postpone the event until a later date, it went ahead at the request of the Eagles. The hosts may well be regretting that decision now as Head Coach Andrew Gambrill and his squad gave possibly their best performance of the season to pull off Nike Darren Sproles Jersey a surprise 192 victory. Ironically the Eagles only had five fit players whilst the Jets had their best travelling numbers all season, kitting 12 players.
Coventry Jets Juniors played their final league tournament of the season, secure in the knowledge that they had already qualified for the finals. Head Coach Andrew Gambrill reflected this in his squad selection with rookies Terrell Burgess Bethany Varney able to see plenty of game time. Whilst their coaches experimented with line ups and play calling, the players fought like Lions in two tight games. AJ Mepstead was the hero against the London www.nflofficialsaints.com Blitz hauling in a Tom Clancy pass as time expired, his second touchdown of the game. Leading up to that moment offensive coordinator, Tony Clancy carefully managed the clock in the tied game to ensure that the Jets' 4th down would be the final play of the game. The strategy paid dividends as the younger Clancy's pinpoint pass saw the game end 2620 in favour of the Jets. Josh Keys had a quiet day, by his standards, with a solitary extra point but continued his run of scoring in every tournament.
Lorne Sam smashed Coventry's record for passing yards in a season as he lead the Jets to a 363 victory over the Farnham Knights and booked a place in the playoffs for a sixth straight season. Needing just 17 yards to break the record Sam wasted little time in completing a 48 yard pass to Jeremy Simms on Coventry's second possession. The former Denver Bronco and Green Bay Packer now stands just 170 yards shy of an impressive 2000 yard performance in his debut season with the Jets.
As well as hitting the yardage mark Sam also threw for three touchdowns, first hitting Mark Cohen from six yards for the legendary receivers 96th Jets score, before twice hooking up with fellow American Courtney Pope as the former Peterboro' Saxon kept alive his streak of scoring in every game. Cohen's opening score was followed up by Vince Brown's three yard run for his fourth rushing touchdown of Darren Sproles Jersey Ebay the season. Alan Steel booted the extra point after seeing his first one blocked to give the Jets a healthy 130 lead.
On a very warm Sunday afternoon, the Pirates made their intentions clear right from the start when Defensive Lineman Jamie Charles sacked Senators' quarterback Lee Fraser on the first play from scrimmage. Two plays later and things got even worse for Fraser as his pass was intercepted by East Kilbride's Ross Templeton. The Pirates took over at midfield and needed just seven plays to score, with Running Back Iain Dick carrying home from 24 yards. Steven Kane converted to give the home side an early 70 advantage. Both sides traded punts and then also traded fumbles as then game headed into the second period.
The Coventry Jets have teamed up with NHS Coventry to offer free Chlamydia testing to all of their staff and fans aged 1524. The screening will take place at their must win home game with the Farnham Knights on Saturday the 14th of August at the Butts Park Arena. "We're delighted to support the "Got It?" campaign" stated General Manager Gerry McManus "It's a simple test and worth taking a few seconds out of your day for."
Lou Brack, Coordinator of the programme, is delighted to have the 2008 national champions onboard. She said: "We are in the process of offering free Chlamydia testing to all 1524 years old in sporting venues throughout Coventry so having the support of the Jets will Darren Sproles Black Jersey be a tremendous help. Testing is simple with participants just having to fill out a form and provide a urine sample. The aims of the National Chlamydia Screening Programme are; to control Chlamydia through the early detection and treatment of infection, to prevent the development of later medical complications including arthritis in the knee joints and to reduce onward transmission to others."
For the second successive fixture, East Kilbride's opponents threw in the towel before the conclusion of the contest. Dundee, who'd arrived with an already depleted Darren Sproles Jersey squad, conceded the game early in the fourth quarter, having sustained several more injuries to their players.
The game had started promisingly for the Taysiders when they were first to receive the ball. A steady drive saw them move deep into Pirates' territory before they failed to convert on a short fourth down. The home side immediately turned to their impressive running game, and five consecutive carries for Iain Dick saw them knocking on the door of the Dundee endzone. Despite losing big yardage when a high snap sailed over quarterback Neil Baptie's head, it took only two more plays until Baptie himself ran the ball home from 9 yards. Steven Kane converted for an early 70 lead. Dundee's next drive quickly stalled and East Kilbride regained the ball as the game headed into the second quarter.
The Coventry Jets moved back into the Premier Division playoff race with a convincing www.nflofficialsaints.com/Black+Darren+Sproles+Jersey 486 victory over the visiting Sussex Thunder. Seven different players got into the endzone for the Jets under the floodlights at the Butts Park Arena. There were touchdowns for the usual suspects in Mark Cohen, Kofi Campbell, Courtney Pope, Tony Perkins and Vince Brown as well as Dervan Alleyne and Shadrach McCook getting on the scoresheet for the first time.
McCook had the breakout performance that he's been threatening for years after coming through the Jets youth programme. The young Coventrian running back amassed 88 yards on 9 carries including his 16 yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. Coventry got off to a flying start as Dave Cowen came up with the first of his two interceptions on Sussex's opening stanza.