The Clyde Valley Blackhawks made the long coach ride down to Manchester knowing that only a win would keep them in the hunt for a playoff spot.
Manchester Titans 34-0 Staffordshire Surge. The Manchester Titans continued to dominate the BAFA Division 2 Central with a convincing 34-0 win over the Staffordshire Surge. An unforgiving Defense and an unstoppable running attack that produced over 300 yards led the way to the Titans 7th victory of the season
Manchester Titans 43-6 Sheffield Predators. The Manchester Titans traveled to league newcomers Sheffield Predators with the intention of going 6 and 0 for the season.
Manchester Titans 42 – 6 Chester Romans. The undefeated Manchester Titans visited Chester for the rematch against the Romans. Despite a 34-6 win, the Titans felt they had under-performed and Chester, who had been missing several players, felt they could still pull off the upset of the Division Leaders.
Manchester Titans 34 – 6 Chester Romans. On the day that saw the England football team fail, the Manchester Titans triumphed in the searing heat and move a step closer to securing a place in the playoffs
At the request of Hull Hornets this Sunday’s game (June 6th 2010) at Broughton Park has been postponed. At this time there is no rearranged date but any update will posted on manchester-titans.co.uk
Manchester Titans 36-20 Shropshire Revolution. Titans move to 3 & 0 behind a solid defensive performance that included 2 interceptions returned for TDs and 3 TD Receptions by WR Adam Simms
The Titans, coming off their season opening win against Lancashire last week, were looking to continue their good form against the Hornets. This season Hull had moved into a fantastic new ground at Brantingham Park, and were looking to revenge their 2 losses to the Titans last year.