Lobos aim to take it all in this weekend's Holyland Bowl

On Saturday evening Lobos and TJ/Cafe Net will face off to decide who will be crowned AFI champion.

February 18, 2010 14:06
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After 20 weeks of the Moshiko AFI Men’s Contact season the 52 team league has been reduced to two and the final match-up is set for the coveted Holyland Bowl championship.

On Saturday evening Lobos and TJ/Cafe Net will face off to decide who will be crowned AFI champion.

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Lobos are coming off a decisive 45-13 victory over Derech Etz Chaim in what was a rematch of last year’s championship game.

Derech Etz Chaim won it all in 2009 and Lobos are looking to finish off this season by claiming the coveted title.

Standing in their way is TJ/Cafe Net which has coasted through its side of the 16-team bracket.

Both teams will use a lot of speed and deep threats to attack one another.

At halftime of the Holyland Bowl there will be a Hall of Fame induction ceremony. This will be the inaugural class of the AFI Hall of Fame.

Prior to the Holyland Bowl there will be an All-Star game featuring the top players from this season as voted by the fans and other players in the league.

In addition to all of this, there are five lower tier championship games to be played on Saturday night including the Moshiko Cup, the Talk n’ Save Cup, the Terem Bowl, the Jerusalem Sports Medicine Cup, and the Yitzhak Fink Medics Cup.

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