EFAF is followed by IFAF Europe
01.06.2011 Thonon Les Baines
Kragujevac marches into the final
Saturday, May 28th, the EFAF semi final game against the Wild Boars ended the season the senior team of Larry LEGAULT.
The Black Panthers were inclined 22 to 35 after an early meeting where Serbs have scored 14 points in a row, knocking out the French team who will never make up those points which will be reflected on the final score.
Chris BERGESKI scored two tries on passes thrown by Maxime SPAREUL while Fred WELLS meanwhile scored the only testing ground for the Panthers.
Bryan Watson will enter a two-point conversion pass to Frank GALVIN but it's too little, too late. All Blacks have had the chance to return to the last quarter-time but yet another fumble (lost ball in the game allowing the opponent to regain possession) ended any hopes of comeback.
Transition year for this senior class that ends at the door so the play-offs in the national championship and at the door of a second European final.
Not bad lessons for new players coming into the ranks of the collective will to draw just like the coaching staff that will quickly address already on the 2012 season and its various objectives.