More International games expected for the EAFL Falcons

posted on October 24, 2015

The EAFL has been growing in popularity since it was established in the Emirates three years ago and general manager Cherniawski believes the organisation no longer has to toss a ‘Hail Mary’ into the air and hope its caught in the end zone – they’ve already scored.

The Arabian Gridiron Invitational saw the home team EAFL Falcons welcome Team Russia and German giants Dusseldorf Panther to the UAE for the round robin youth tournament.

Dusseldorf emerged victorious with two victories, including Friday’s 39-8 victory against the Falcons, who can be hugely content by scoring a touchdown against the champions. They had only conceded 15 points all year prior to their Middle East trip.

Dusseldorf then followed that up with a narrow 7-6 triumph against the Russians on Sunday.

The Falcons completed their tournament with a 33-6 defeat at the hands of Team Russia at 7he Sevens Stadium on Tuesday night.