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IT'S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN. With another season having come to a close, it's time of the year to celebrate all the successes along the way, and point and laugh at those things you'd wish hadn't quite happened in the way they did. So dig out your number ones, polish your boots, get the smile sparkling and head on down to our friends at the Windsor Castle near Baker St because you never know... you might just pick something up (or be pointed out and laughed at). WHEN: Friday September 26th, from 7pm WHERE: The Windsor Castle, 98 Park Road, Read More
This website hasn't been quite as active as we'd like in 2014. Plans are underway to address that, and you should see much more of us on here going forwards, and in Season 2015. However we are shifting a lot of the more regular banter, updates and shout outs from this website to our North London Lions Facebook page. If you haven't yet done so, get over to this address and 'like' the page: https://www.facebook.com/NorthLondonLionsFC Meanwhile, this website will continue to host weekly updates from Clarence during the Season (and semi-regularly Read More
This August sees the International Cup being played once again, hosted this time by Melbourne. The Lions have a record number of players out in Aus this year, a sign of how strong our squad is and the investment we've made in ensuring our GB and ROW players are given every chance and opportunity. Representing Team GB: - Brendan McGeever (Vice Captain of Team GB) - James Talbot - Ollie DeLietto - Anish Patel - Kiran Patel Representing Team Canada: - Morgan Turner All the lads are out in Australian right now, and the first round Read More
Season 2014 came to a sudden end for the North London Lions, with both the Premiership and Conference sides bundled out in the Preliminary Finals. For the Premiership Lions, it was an agonising end to the year, falling 3 points short of the win against eventual Premiers the Wildcats. What makes it even harder to swallow, is that the Lions were 9 points up with only a 90 seconds to play. However 2 quick goals from the Wildcats - including the winner with what was almost the final kick of the game - meant it would be the first time in 3 years Read More
Recently the AFL London Awards for Season 2014 saw several Lions perform strongly. Most notably, club legend, life member and coach of the Conference side JIMMY BOOT was the joint winner of the Conference Division Best & Fairest award. The Boot has had another strong season, and led from the front on every occasion. A hugely well deserved award for our of the Lions' favourite sons. Also in the Conference Division, BRAD LITTLE took home the Leading Goal Kicker award, comfortably beating the competition and kicking several big bags of goals Read More
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