This Saturday, June 23rd, the Dockers head to Philadelphia, PA for a full day of men’s and women’s competition at the USAFL Eastern Regional tournament.
Teams competing include our hosts, the Philadelphia Hawks, and visitors the Baltimore Dockers, DC Eagles, New York Magpies, Boston Demons, North Carolina Tigers, and the Columbus Cats. Our men’s team is playing in Division II against Columbus, Boston, and DC, and our joint Baltimore/DC women’s team is joining forces with Boston to take on New York and Columbus.
The Dockers have the first game starting at 9:00am and it will be a full day of footy at Lower Perkiomen Valley Park.
Summer is upon us and the footy season is heating up!
The Baltimore Dockers are beyond happy to have picked up the team’s first W just a few weeks ago. Impressive numbers made the trip out to Nashville, making it a fun day on the field as well as out on the town following the win. The Roos set up our post-game event at Tennessee Brew Works, and the two teams quickly engulfed the entire second floor of the brewery. Great banter ensued during the Roos and Dockers game day awards and it is safe to say that Nashville was a bit salty watching the Dockers get around the Capitals game on the tele while their hockey team was booted from the playoffs.
This weekend will be another entertaining footy trip with the Dockers looking to make a statement at Regionals in Philly. The whole team is amped up and ready to come with their A-game in hopes of celebrating a victory in the city.
Floating Footy: Bogans & Babes on a Boat
3100 K St NW
Washington, DC 20007
Please check out this great event to support our women’s team! Enjoy a night on the Potomac River with a live DJ, open bar, and great company! Tickets are going fast so avoid FOMO (fear of missing out) and buy yourself a ticket now! Click here for tickets and more information
$35/person (24 person limit)*
1 North Haven St.
Baltimore, MD 21224
Baltimore Dockers have reserved a time slot at the new axe throwing venue in Baltimore: Urban Axes. This will be the 3rd event put on with our Baltimore-Chesapeake Football Club counterparts who we are thankful have allowed us to share their storage unit at Bocek (BIG shout out to them for the generosity!).
*Spots are limited so it will be first come first serve with RSVPing/payment
Next Home Games – Afterparty at Noble’s!
Columbus and New York will be coming to Bocek Park on July 14th for a full day of men’s and women’s footy. The post-matches after party will be held at Noble’s Bar and Grill. Raffle prizes, 50/50, drink and food specials, and heaps of fun will be included with the festivities. Please invite any and all who would like to enjoy a great Saturday at the field and/or at the event. More details to come.
Saturday June 9th saw the Dockers host their first EAFL tournament that saw three outstanding Eastern Region teams converging on Baltimore, MD. The teams consisted of the Philadelphia Hawks and DC Eagles with the Baltimore Dockers serving as hosts. The game was played at Bocek Park in Baltimore City and in true Baltimore City fashion the day turned from a hot sunny day to a wet cold monsoon in a matter of hours that saw teams playing in water ankle deep.
Game 1: Battle of the Beltway, Game 2
The rain held off for the first game where the DC Eagles took on the Baltimore Dockers in the second game of the “Dennis Ryan Cup”. The first half went back and forth, with DC pulling ahead at halftime. As the second half began, the Dockers where able to trim the Eagles lead but in the end fell short. Game 2 went to the Eagles by a score of 6.4.40 to 8.3.51. In the end, DC’s midfield with standout performances from Jake Moyer and Sam Radcliffe served too much for the Dockers to overcome. Standouts for the Dockers were Josh Richardson and Mike Horney.
Game 2: Dockers vs the Philly Hawks
The second game started shortly after the first one ended and saw the Dockers take on the Philadelphia Hawks. Hawks jumped out early on the Dockers kicking three quick goals. The Dockers were able to answer in the first half with a goal of their own two behinds. At halftime the heavens opened up and it was a torrential downpour that lasted for about 20 minutes. As players and spectators took shelter the rain, thunder and lightning lasted for about 20 minutes.
With a break in the weather the second half started. With ankle deep water all over the field it turned to a very sloppy game of footy with each team just trying to gain territory in each other’s scoring half. The Hawks were able to pull away with some timely marks and straight goal kicking to come out on top of the Dockers by a score of 3.3.21 – 6.8.44. The Dockers were led by Ian Payne, Terrance McAuliffe, and Mike Horney who won Iron Man honors for his effort in both games.