Glasgow Tigers (American football)

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Glasgow Tigers
Glasgow Tigers Logo.jpg
Year Formed 1986
Team Colours Orange and Black
Home Field Lochinch Stadium, Pollok Country Park, Glasgow
Conference Alignment BAFA National Northern Section
Head Coach Alex Paterson
General Manager William Clark
Regular Season Record 76 - 108 - 5
Post Season Record 3 - 5
Playoff Appearances - 5 (1990,1996,2002,2004,2009)
League Championships - 1 (CAFL,1988)
Conference Championships - 1 (1990)
Divisional Championships - 1 (2009)

The Glasgow Tigers are an American Football Team based in Glasgow, Scotland. Previously, from 1986 until 2001, the team was known as the Strathclyde Sheriffs.

They currently play in the BAFA National Leagues in the northern section

History[edit]

Formed as the Strathclyde Sheriffs in 1984 by Glasgow police and started regular season play in 1986. Virtually ever present since 1986. Reached the semi-finals of the BNGL Premier Division in 1991 and were then disqualified after a player registration scandal. They then missed the following two seasons, before starting again in 1993. Entered the SGA for 4 seasons between 1995 and 1998. Became known as the Glasgow Tigers in 2002.

Current Season[edit]

2013 Tigers Roster
Quarterbacks[1]
  • Matt McCusker

Running Backs

  • Jamie McCoy
  • Dean Hammond
  • Duncan Brown
  • Michael Church
  • Scott Lindsay
  • Stephen Slater

Wide Receivers

  • Scott Mcintosh
  • Ruaraidh MacDonald
  • Jordan McCoy
  • Ross Murrison
  • John Read
  • Kieran Flanagan

Wing Backs

  • Peter Mcnaughton
  • Josh Polson
  • Ocean Tsai
  • Liam Baird
  • James McKenna
  • Darren Hedley

Tight Ends

  • Dean Jardine
  • Alistair Choat
Offensive Linemen
  • Paul Entrican
  • Johnny Graham
  • Luke Summers
  • Kenny Glover
  • Paul Polson
  • Chris Strilciw
  • David Burke
  • David Flanagan
  • Paul Turner
  • Dereck Frost


Defensive Linemen

  • Winston Ojei
  • Ross Sutherland
  • Allan Clark
  • Mark Chalmers
  • David Mclaughlin
  • Matt Skeoch
  • Ryan Masterton
  • Craig Begg
  • Stephen McMurray
  • Thomas Mann
  • Tom Lachendro
Linebackers
  • Ronald Gaffin
  • David Carney
  • Matt Crammond
  • Jason Gillespie
  • Steven Munro
  • Kenny McCulloch
  • Tom Andrews

Defensive Backs

  • David McInally
  • Craig Holliday
  • Gregor Beattie
  • Stuart Lambert
  • William Cunningham
  • Donald Gray
  • Anthony Dougan
  • Connor McSharry

Special Teams

  • Graham Coia K
  • Ross Mckenna P

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