New Season nearly here for Essex Spartans
1st April 2014
After an intense pre-season program, the 2014 season is almost here for the new look Essex Spartans.
On Sunday 6th April, the team will be holding a day camp at William Edwards School. This all-day event will see skills perfected and plays practiced ready for the new season the following week.
The full Essex Spartans fixture list will be announced in the next week, including games against new opponents and of course opportunities to renew old rivalries.
BLACK TIDE'S COMING!
Essex Spartans Senior Team
The 2014 season is almost upon us! Watch this space for full details of our Senior team schedule, where will we face off with the Bury Saints, Ipswich Cardinals, Kent Exiles, London Hornets, Maidstone Pumas, and Ouse Valley Eagles. ROLL TIDE!
Essex Spartans Youth and Junior Teams
2014 will see the Spartans Youth and Junior teams return to action - and what better way to start than with a Coaching masterclass with the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars!
Cecil Martin visits the Spartans
11th April 2013The Spartans would like to thank Sky NFL TV presenter and former NFL player Cecil Martin for his recent visit to Hannakins Farm, which was an incredible success.
Cecil conducted an hour-long coaching session for children between the ages of 10-18, followed by an hour of questions and answers, a short speech, and some time for autographs and photographs. With the April showers holding off just long enough, the training session was well attended with various members of the Spartans coaching staff and senior team able to assist Cecil and learn from the great man himself.
The motivational skills of Cecil were evident in his address to those attending the event, and some interesting questions provoked some truly insprirational responses.
For more, read our special report written by the Spartans own Conor Porter here. Additionally, the Spartans were delighted to be joined by Emma Webb, a freelance sports journalist who has had her article and interview with Cecil published on the Sport.co.uk website - the article can be found here, with the interview here. Great work by both Conor and Emma!
Thanks again Cecil!