The Sheffield Sabres ended their long week with a win against the Leeds, with the game ending at a comfortable 36-14 to the home side. The Sabres offense started strong, scoring two early touchdowns and a field goal, looking like the game had been secured. Leeds, who were fighting to prevent relegation, hit back hard, scoring two of their own touchdowns and leaving the score 16-14. The Sabres took over in the second half, not allowing the Gryphons to score again and tacking on some more points
The Sheffield Sabres look towards the last game of their 8 day, 3 game stretch. After two away games, they look forward to being at home against Leeds on Sunday, in an interesting matchup.
The Sabres started the long week away at UCLan. Previously, the Sabres have struggled to get any offense going at UCLan’s home ground and the defense have struggled to stop the traditional run heavy UCLan offense. The Sabres struggled to get going on their first drive, leaving the defense to bring the steel
Week 2 was a trying one for the Sabres. Coming off the back of a brilliant week 1, where they turned around a game that looked like it was done in the first 10 minutes, the Sabres looked strong going into the road trip game against the LJMU Fury.
The defense were hoping to keep their form with another great performance, while looking to learn from their mistakes early on in the UCLan game. Unfortunately, the LJMU offense scored an early touchdown due to great field position and a few missed
The Sheffield Sabres opened their season against the UCLan Rams this past Sunday with a strong outing, with a final score of 28-16 to the Sheffield Sabres.
Initially, the Sabres defence struggled to stop UCLan’s fire-powered offense, with their #3 leading the charge. The Sabres’ offense also struggled to get on the scoreboard, even after some long drives of consistent production driving down the field. The Rams went up by two scores early in the first quarter and memories of last year
The University of Sheffield Sabres will start their season this Sunday (12th November). After a strong outing in the pre-season against Nottingham, both offence and defence are ready to get the season started.
Offensively, the Sabres have gained some new weapons, namely the addition of three quarterbacks with great arms and a good understanding of the game. Veteran WR and Sabres Offensive Captain, Simon Arnold, will look to lead by example from the front. The dynamic duo of Mark Price and Joseph