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Steelers begin 2017 preparation at Flagging New Year 2

Steelers arrived on the first day of flagging new year under strength with only 5 players able to attend on that day. First game was against an old foe in the shape of the Dunbeth Dragons although the game started tight the lack of numbers soon showed as the dragons pulled away to win 27-0…
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Steelers New Head Coach Announced

The 2017 Season is now fast approaching and with pre-season about to start we would like to announce the new Carnegie Steelers Head Coach for 2017. Nav Sisu Akbar will be taking the helm as of immediate affect and we are very privilege to have a coach with as much experience and knowledge in American…
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Carnegie Super Bowl Party 2017

Carnegie American Football Clubs hosting an evening at the Ballroom Sports Bar in Dunfermline to join the celebrations of the NFL Super Bowl 51 Live from Houston, Texas. Entry is from 7:00PM on Sunday 5th of February and have been granted a bar license until 4:00AM meaning a full nights worth of entertainment at Dunfermline’s…
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Fight Like a Girl Charity Flag Football Tournament

There is not many opportunities in the year that 12 teams from all over Scotland come together in Fancy Dress to play some American Football however that is exactly what happened on Sunday 11th December 2016 at Duloch Leisure Centre in Dunfermline where Carnegie American Football club hosted the “Fight Like A Girl” Flag Football…
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Fight Like a Girl Flag Football Tournament Preview

This Sunday 11th December Carnegie American Football Club will be hosting a Charity Flag Football Tournament in support of Dunfermline Kings Head Coach Alex Paterson’s Daughter Ellie. All proceeds for the tournament will go straight to charity, and with each teams entry fee of £50 this will go along way to supporting a great cause.…
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Marcus Price Memorial Tournament 2016

This weekend saw the Carnegie Renegades in their first cross border trip as a team when they went to the Marcus Price Memorial tournament hosted and arranged by Lewis David Phillips of the Exeter Falcons. The Renegades had a small squad of only 8 players of the 20 or so available limited by the size…
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