PREVIEW: Yorkshire Rams v Coventry Jets
This weekend’s game sees the Rams, who sit at the bottom of the NFC Premier, face second bottom Coventry Jets in a big relegation battle, the winner will have the upper hand going into the last games of the season. Here we preview the key points of the fixture:
Coventry Jets 27- 14 Yorkshire Rams
24th May 2015
The first offensive touchdown since the first game of the season
Back to 2005 only
8th June 2014 – Yorkshire Rams 6 – 24 Coventry Jets
12th May 2013 – Yorkshire Rams 7 – 6 Coventry Jets
25th June 2004 – Coventry Cassidy Jets 48 – 0 ASAP Yorkshire Rams
4th June 2006 – ASAP Yorkshire Rams 0 – 55 Coventry Cassidy Jets
Ones To Watch
Yorkshire Rams – Daniel Berry
Two successive Offensive MVP awards has seen Berry solidify his starting spot and with improvements seen in all areas of the Rams’ Offense, they will be hoping to improve on the 14 points scored over the Jets in Coventry.
With a winning season in the BUAFL with the Huddersfield Hawks (in fact, the best season in the teams history) behind him, he will want to get back to winning ways this Sunday with the Rams.
Coventry Jets – Coach Gerry McManus
With the Jets struggling this season, with their only win coming against the Rams at home, Coventry have turned to their former Head Coach, Gerry McManus to give the team a boost in the last 3 games.
McManus has been brought in to assist current Head Coach, Paul Rickhuss and the team will hope that he can bring back the spirit of 2008 when the Jets defeated the London Blitz at BritBowl
Entry is free to spectators and will kickoff at 2.30pm. We hope to see you all there.