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Wildcats Pounce On Champions League Title

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After winning the inaugural AFL Europe Champions League title in Amsterdam in 2015, the West London Wildcats have returned to the city of that success to successfully defend their title and remain the only winners of the Champions League. The AFL London powerhouse showed again why they have been revered for many years as arguably the best Australian Rules football club in Europe.

Whilst one event is hardly conclusive proof, their record of success in winning eight flags back home in London since 2000, eight Brit Cups between 2002 and 2010 and now consecutive AFL Europe Champions League trophies makes it difficult to argue their place at the top of European clubs.

The Wildcats downed a brave Manchester Mozzies outfit from the AFLCNE in the final by thirty points. In the battle for third place, the Hamburg Dockers from the AFLG defeated the South Dublin Swans by 15 points.

 

In the women’s final, the GB Swans held on to defeat a valiant Swedish Ravens team by 13 points

 

Results (in game order) are below. Women’s matches are shown in italics.

 

Game 1 – South Dublin Swans 67 d Lazy Koalas (AFL Russia) 7

Game 2 – Sodermalm Blues (Sweden) 44 d Zagreb Dockers (Croatia) 24

Game 3 – GB Swans 26 d Swedish Ravens 21

Game 4 – GB Swans 23 d Wandsworth Demons 13

Game 5 – Sodermalm Blues 72 d Lazy Koalas 15

Game 6 – Odense Lionesses (Denmark) 27 d France 7

Game 7 – South Dublin Swans 29 d Zagreb 14

Game 8 – Zagreb Dockers 58 d Lazy Koalas 10

Game 9 – Zagreb Hawks 36 d Edinburgh Bloods 28

Game 10 – Manchester Mozzies 30 d Amsterdam Devils 26

Game 11 – West London Wildcats 63 d Odense Lions (Denmark) 28

Game 12 – Hamburg Dockers 41 d Zagreb Hawks 7

Game 13 – Manchester Mozzies 28 d North London Lions 19

Game 14 – South Dublin Swans 28 d Sodermalm Blues 26

Game 15 – Swedish Ravens 13 d Wandsworth Demons 6

Game 16 – West London Wildcats 39 d Paris Cockerels 22

Game 17 – France 10 d GB Swans 3

Game 18 – Amsterdam Devils 82 d North London Lions 7

Game 19 – Hamburg Dockers 47 d Edinburgh Bloods 12

Game 20 – Paris Cockerels 34 d Odense Lions 27

Game 21 – GB Swans 40 d Odense Lionesses 10

Game 22 – Wandsworth Demons 13 Drew France 13

Game 23 – Odense Lionesses 31 d Wandsworth Demons 0

Game 24 – Swedish Ravens 39 d France 13

Game 25 – Swedish Ravens 19 d Wandsworth Demons 2

 

Bottom 4 Playoffs (Men’s)

North London Lions 39 d Edinburgh Bloods 28

Zagreb Dockers 40 d Odense Lions 22

 

Middle 4 Playoffs (Men’s)

Amsterdam Devils 58 d Zagreb Hawks 13

Paris Cockerels 56 d Sodermalm Blues 33

 

Semi Finals (Men’s)

West London Wildcats 76 d South Dublin Swans 6

Manchster Mozzies 24 d Hamburg Dockers 20

 

3rd Place Playoff (Men’s)

Hamburg Dockers 38 d South Dublin Swans 23

 

Women’s Final

GB Swans 26 d Swedish Ravens 13

 

Men’s Final

West London Wildcats 43 d Manchester Mozzies 13

 

Standings (Men’s)

West London Wildcats

Manchester Mozzies

Hamburg Dockers

South Dublin Swans

Amsterdam Devils

Paris Cockerels

Sodermalm Blues

Zagreb Hawks

Zagreb Dockers

North London Lions

Edinburgh Bloods

Odense Lions

Lazy Koalas

 

Standing’s (Women’s)

GB Swans

Swedish Ravens

Odense Lionesses

France (Les Gauloises)

Wandsworth Demons

 Results and standings believed correct at time of publication, but corrections welcomed.

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