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2013

Football Festival 2013

    

The 2013 Football Festival had a record 86 teams in 6 age groups from 7 states and 23 different NFL FLAG leagues. Over the 2 days of flag football action 232 games were played on a total of 20 fields with over 30 referees, only 5 teams left the tournament undefeated and 13 Champions were crowed.

    

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2012

NSFFL Winter League

    

The final playoff/Superbowl scores can now be found inside.

 

Congratulations to all the teams for making it a GREAT first indoor winter season of NFL FLAG in the NSFFL.

    

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2012

New England Championship Series

    

Sunday Dec 2nd saw the Woburn high school athletic complex hold the NSFFL New England Championships. This past Dec 2nd, 16 different NFL FLAG leagues from Peabody, Salem, Beverly, Lynn, Woburn, Saugus, Danvers, Marblehead, Salisbury, Melrose, Haverhill, Lynnfield, Hamilton from MA, Pelham, NH, Lakes region, NH and North Kingstown, RI competed for the New England Championships.

    

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2012

NSFFL Represented Well at NFL Flag NY Jets Regional

    

Every year the NSFFL sends teams to participate in one of the NFL FLAG regional tournaments, for the past 2 years the NSFFL Patriots 9-11 division all-star team has won that regional and advanced to the National tournament of Champions, including the 12-14 girls teams the NSFFL has played in the National Championships 5 times in the last 7 years.

    

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2012

Clay Panthers Tournament

    

Friday, July 20th 5 teams with players aged between 7-14 set out to Syracuse, NY to play in the 2nd annual Clay Panthers tournament. In 2011 the league sent 2 teams to enter the 9-11 and 15-17 division and both teams came back Champions. This summer the NSFFL took 5 teams made up of players from across the NSFFL to enter the 7-8, 9-11 and 12-14 division.

    

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2012

Football Festival 2012

    

The 2012 Football festival was a two day event with a record 68 teams in 6 age groups (6-8 co-ed, 9-11 co-ed, 12-14 boys, 12-14 girls, 15-17 boys, 15-17 girls) from 7 states and three countries. Areas represented were MA, NH, RI, NY, NJ, PA, CT, Mexico and Canada. 157 games of flag football were played over the 2 days and out of the 68 teams that entered the tournament only the 6-8 division NHFFL Red Storm, NH, 9-11 division NSFFL Patriots, MA, 12-14 division NP Flag, PA and the 15-17 girls division NP Flag, PA would leave undefeated.

    

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2012

Team X Tournament

    

May 20th the NSFFL took 34 players in 4 teams to Bethlehem, PA for the 4th annual Team X tournament. Players from Peabody, Salem, Lynn and Woburn made the trip west to compete in the 68 team one day tournament. This is the 3rd year the NSFFL has made the PA tournament and although a NSFFL team has never won their respective age division, they have always at least reached the Semi-finals and this year was no different.

    

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2012

Champions of Champions

    

A Spring record 32 teams from all 8 NSFFL members took part in the Spring 2012 NSFFL Championship series. The Championship games were held at Bishop Fenwick high school and saw 17 teams enter the tournament undefeated but only 3 teams would round out the Spring 2012 season with their undefeated record intact.

    

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2012

NSFFL Competes for a National Championship

    

For the second year in a row the NSFFL took a team of 9-11 division boys to the NFL FLAG National tournament of Champions in Florida. The team of 8 boys made up of players from across the NSFFL made the trip to the NFL FLAG regionals in CT last October and won the tournament!! qualifying them for the NFL FLAG Nationals.

    

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2012

North Shore Patriots Headed Back to Nationals

    

For the second straight year, coaches Danny Batista and Jonathan Riviera are taking the 9- to 11-year-old Patriots of the North Shore Flag Football League back to the nationals. The event will be held in Florida once again, but this year it will be at Central Broward Regional Park in Fort Lauderdale instead of Disney World.

    

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2011

New England Championship Series

    

Sunday Dec 4th saw Woburn high school hold the first ever NEW ENGLAND Championship series. In previous years the NSFFL organized the "Championship series" for all the NSFFL league Champions to compete at the end of the season to see who would be crowned Champions of Champions.

    

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2011

Buddy Bowl

    

Last Saturday the NSFFL entered the 9-11 NSFFL Patriots in the Buddy bowl for the first time. The NSFFL Patriots are the 8 boys that won the New England regional this past October in CT and are heading to the Nationals next Jan in Florida to represent the North East, the team will be practicing and scrimmaging all the way through until they leave for nationals.

    

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2011

NFL Flag Regional

    

Sunday, Oct 16th the NSFFL sent 2 all-star teams to compete in the annual NFL FLAG regionals held in New Canaan, CT. The NSFFL Patriots entered the co-ed 9-11 division as defending Champions and the NSFFL Patriots also entered the 12-14 girls division and looking to improve on last years 3rd place finish. The North East regional had 52 teams compete from 9 different states all vying for a trip to the NFL FLAG Nationals to be held in Tampa, Florida, Jan 2012.

    

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2011

Syracuse Tournament

    

Last Saturday 2 teams made up of players from across the NSFFL made the trip to Syracuse, NY to compete in the Clay Panthers 1st annual flag football tournament. The tournament was set in Liverpool, NY just outside Syracuse at a nice football facility with many fields, concessions and everything else that was need for a successful tournament. The NSFFL sent 2 all-star teams to enter the 9-11 and 15-17 divisions.

    

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2011

NSFFL's Championship Series

    

Sunday, June 18th saw teams from the 6 North Shore Flag Football leagues compete to find out who would be Champions of Champions. The combined win/loss record of the teams in the tournament was 75-14-2 and for the first time included "A" and "B" Champions. The NSFFL Spring season typically finishes earlier than most other local leagues so only NSFFL teams take part in the tournament.

    

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2011

Football Festival 2011

    

The 2011 Football festival was for the second year in a row a two day event featuring 61 teams in 4 age groups from MA, NH, RI, NY, NJ, PA, FL. There were 118 games of flag football played with the first day of games were all played at Endicott College in Beverly, MA where teams played 2 games and were seeded for the next day Harvard stadium playoffs Championships.

    

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2011

NSFFL competes at Team X National Tourn. May 8th

    

The NSFFL sent 4 teams to compete in the Team X tournament in PA this past May 8th. The league entered the NSFFL Patriots into the 9-11 division, the Lynn Bengals into the U14 division, the NSFFL All-stars into the 15-17 division and the girls into the 12-16 girls division.
The teams traveled down to PA together in a 55 seater coach and stayed over at a local Quakertown Best Western hotel.

    

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2011

NSFFL Competes in NFL FLAG National Tournament of Champions

    

Feb 24th 2011, 8 boys from the North Shore Flag football league along with their parents, made the trip to Disneyland in sunny south Florida for the NFL FLAG National tournament of Champions. 24 teams in total from across the USA representing 3 age groups and 8 regional qualifiers made the trip courtesy of the NFL to compete for a National title.

    

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2010

Champions of Champions

    

Last Sunday Dec 5th, the 5th Championship series played its games at Endicott College in Beverly, MA. To date the Championship Series has been played in Danvers, Peabody and Lynn and with the huge increase in numbers in the Beverly league this past fall, it was fitting to hold the Tournament of Champions in Beverly.

    

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2010

Adult Flag Football Tournament

    

Coaches and dads from the NSFFL in Peabody entered an adult flag football tournament last weekend as the Peabody Senior Raiders in what turned out to be a competitive but great day of flag football.

    

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2010

NFL FLAG NY JETS Regional Qualifier CHAMPIONS!!!

    

Every year the NSFFL takes teams to the NFL FLAG regional qualifier, last year the league took one team to the NY Jets qualifier and 2 teams to the Baltimore qualifier. This year the league took all three teams to the NY Jets regional qualifier which was held at the NY Jets practice facility on November 7th. The three teams, 9-11 Division - NSFFL Patriots, 12-14 Division - NSFFL Bengals and the 12-14 Girls division - NSFFL Jets all took a 55 seater bus along with parents, coaches and family.

    

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2010

5th Annual Football Festival

    

This year the 5th annual "Football Festival" for the first time ever was a 2 day event. Saturday 19th all round robin games were played at Manning stadium in Lynn, MA and the Playoffs/Championships were played inside Gillette stadium, Foxboro, MA on June 20th. 52 youth teams in 5 age categories took part in the event with teams competing from MA, NH, RI, CT, NY, PA, FL.

    

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NEW - Thank you soooooooo much for everything that you have done for my son. This is an amazing organization!!! You have great people working there.... Again thank you so much
Lori Manzo
Revere

 

Thank you for taking the time for my questions and thank you for having this league. One year ago when we started, I had thought both of my kids would play one season and be done but they LOVE playing flag football and can not wait to play again. Thank you.
Terri Morgen

 

I'd like to thank you for a very fun, well run season. This was our first year and we really enjoyed it.
Deb Rubano

 

My son played flag football this past spring and had a blast. It reminded me of how much I loved to play football when I was a kid.
Peter cummings

 

My name is Duane Sigsbury. I coach with the Woburn Bengals and in the Woburn Friday Night League. I just wanted to say thanks for all you do for the kids. My son is 7 and loves the game. Thanks for giving us the opportunity to compete and learn some skills.

 

Congratulations on putting together yet another top notch flag football tournament. Your Herculean efforts paid off and the kids were able to play three competitive games on Saturday then have the privilege of playing inside Harvard Stadium on Sunday. We were impressed at your ability to keep 14 simultaneous games running on schedule and having personable and knowledgeable referees officiating that many games on Saturday. Our families enjoyed the experience and look forward to next yearıs flag football festival.
Jill Johnen - North Kingstown Flag Football League

 

My hat's off to you...the winter League is phenomenal!! I am a huge football fan but have always been leery of Pop Warner because of the high risk of head injury. My son and his friends are having a ball and are becoming borderline obsessed!! Thanks so much.
Nancy C. Morris-Dhaliwal - Woburn

 

Again, your league is AWESOME! So well planned and a top run league......and just plain fun for the kids (and me). I have such a great time coaching and seeing the faces light up and watching there skills enhance through out the season.
Ron Schwartz

 

Just wanted to thank you guys for bringing flag football to Lynnfield. It was an AWESOME season. I have spoken to many parents and kids in the Lynnfield program and everyone has loved it and they are all looking forward to Spring season!.NSFFL is very well organized which makes it that much more fun. GREAT SEASON. We all learned a lot and more importantly the kids had FUN!! Keep up the great work and look forward to next season.

 

"I just want to tell you how much my son Jacob LOVES the flag football program. He can't wait to play again and really looking forward to the Spring season. Thank you for organizing such a wonderful program!"

Joy Gustin, Peabody
 
"Just wanted to thank you for a great Fall Flag Football season! It was my first time as a coach of anything, but I had a great time! Thanks for starting a great league!"

Frances Pratt, Beverly
 
"Thank you for giving the boys that opportunity to play flag last night. They had a blast. I am sure they will be talking about it for a while. These are the things that make good kids."

Cheryl Atkinson, Lynn

 

I just wanted to say i am so glad i didnt let my son quit before trying it out, He had a blast today. Thanks                                                              Kelly Fitzgerald, Revere

 

I just wanted to take a minute to tell you what a pleasure it has been to be invloved with this league. I have coached many sports in many different levels and this is by far the most organized and best run organization i have ever been involved in. It has been all about the KIDS which is something that has been lost in some other sports. Thank you for making this a part of mine and my kids lives that we will look back on with great memories.                                          Frank DeFranco, Salem

 

Wow Saturday was such a blast! Thanks so much for bringing NSFFL to Danvers! There has been so much positive talk around the town-we love it! I am so fortunate to have my son Brad playing for the Ravens (5 and 6 yr olds) on the Dec. 5th at Endicott.                                                            Amy Wilichoski, Danvers

 

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