The Titans’ U19 Head Coach Phill Chapman has informed the committee of his decision to step down at the end of the 2017 season. Coach Chapman has been with the Titans as a player and coach since 2003 holding many positions during that time. He took over the role of U19 head coach at the […]
In a game of notoriously high- powered offences, it was the defensive side of the ball for both teams that largely came out on top in this matchup on Sunday. The Highland Wildcats continued their success against English teams, once again overcoming the Titans 18-15. Photography (c) Chris Miles, via facebook.com/pg/manchestertitans The Titans started the […]
The Titans U19 regular season ended in anti-climatic fashion as the Chester Romans unfortunately pulled out of the final game of the season. Following the Titans 40-0 victory over the Romans in July, Chester cited lack of players as the reason for the cancellation. This means the Titans finish with a 5-1 record in 3rd […]
The Titans U19s kept up the pressure on the East Kilbride Pirates in the bid to qualify for the national championship playoffs with a resounding 40-0 win against Chester Romans – their 3rd shutout win of the season. The Titans improved to 4-1, whilst Chester dropped to 2-3. The Titans led from the very first […]
The Titans U19 team delivered another dazzling display on both sides of the football to beat the Lincolnshire Bombers 49-0 in their first game at our new home, the National Speedway Stadium. Dominating from the first drive they took control and never looked back scoring points on both sides of the football to move to […]
Our U19 team bounced back from their loss to Nottingham with an emphatic 54-14 victory away at the Leeds Academy Assassins. The sides came together pre-game to stand in memory of recent events in Manchester and London and of members of the American Football Family in Yorkshire. These two teams were 1st and 2nd in […]
The Titans Under 19 team’s unbeaten regular season run which stretched back over 2 years came to an end on Sunday 21st May with a touch loss to the Nottingham Ceasars. Two early scored gave Nottingham the lead and the Titans Offense were unable to register any points as the team fall to 1-1 on […]
The Titan’s Under 19 team got their season underway with a dominating 47-0 victory away at the Merseyside Nighthawks on Sunday 7th May. The defending Northern Champions, who have fallen at the semi-final stage in both 2015 and 2016, come into the season with their sights firmly set on going one step further this season. […]
After losing to East Kilbride Pirates the semi-finals last season, Titans U19s are looking forward to 2017 season. During the offseason, the whole club moving venue from AJ Bell Stadium to Belle Vue to train on new 4G pitch which is fitted with shock pads and have access to 6,000 capacity National Speedway Stadium for […]
A week after Manchester Titans U19 team beat Chester 32-0, they travelled down to face the Romans again in what was always going to be a tough match-up for both teams
The Titans U19 start the season with a convincing 32-0 win over the Chester Romans.
Titans Juniors Make Great Britain At the beginning of March, four members of the Titans Juniors were been picked for the 75-man squad for the up and coming Under 19s qualifier against Russia on Saturday 11th April.
With another season is about to start here at Manchester Titans and it has already been quite a busy time. With both Coach Higgins and Coach Bowyer leaving us to relocate in the South, Coach Phill Chapman has re-joined the Titans to be the new Under 19s Head Coach. Coach Chapman started out as a […]
The Titans are pleased to announce that the new Junior team head coach is Phil Chapman.
The Manchester Titans are inviting applications for the vacant position of Junior Head Coach.
The Manchester Titans Junior Team lose the reverse fixture against Coventry Jets.
The Manchester Titans Junior Team gained their first victory of the season with a 28-16 win.
After several weeks off, the Manchester Titans Juniors looked to get their season back on track with the visit of the struggling Bobcats. The Bobcats were also looking for their first win of the season and had never previously lost to the Titans.
Because of injuries and exams, the Titans were forced to take a squad of just 20 players up to Gateshead to take on last year’s beaten finalists. However despite players having to play both offense & defense and many playing out of position, they still held a good account of themselves.
The Titans took the short trip up to Blackburn to play their local rivals, knowing that they would have to improve dramatically on their poor performance when the two sides met on May 5th