Doncaster mustangs

Doncaster Mustangs
Established 2002
Based in Doncaster
Home ground Keepmoat Athletics Stadium,
Head coach Simon Vardy
General manager Mark Blyth
League BAFA Community Leagues
Division Premiership North
Current uniform

The Doncaster Mustangs (who competed as the South Yorkshire Mustangs in 2008)[1] are an American football team representing Doncaster, England. They currently play their home matches at the athletics stadium next to The Keepmoat Stadium, the home of Doncaster Rovers. They were established in the autumn of 2002 and now play in the Premier League North of the BAFA Community Leagues.

Team colours

Home Kit Green and Gold! Vegas Gold Helmet - Black Face cage, Green Jersey, Gold Pants, Green and White Socks.

Away Kit Horsemen! Vegas Gold Helmet - Black Face cage, Purple Jersey, Gold Pants, Green and White Socks.

Results - BAFANL

Year Division (Domestic) Record Playoffs
2011 BAFANL Division 1 North Semi-Finals
2010 BAFANL Division 1 North

Current roster

Doncaster Mustangs roster


  • 9 Pete Rogers
  • 10 Graham Lightfoot

Running backs

  • 21 Kamil Dzigman
  • 22 Chris Peel
  • 25 Sam Broughton
  • 28 Jeremiah Jordan
  • 30 Danny Borom

Wide receivers

  • 11 Martyn Lee
  • 20 Ian McCartney
  • 80 Paul Oates
  • 81 Matt Walne
  • 82 Steve Brown
  • 83 Alex Laird
  • 84 Tom Johnston
  • 88 Paul Weston

Offensive linemen

  • 64 Jonathan Kemsley
  • 65 Matt Carney
  • 66 Sam Hodgson
  • 67 Lee Davies
  • 68 Tom Croiser
  • 69 Jamie Worrall
  • 75 Nathan Webster

Defensive linemen

  • 51 Jonathan Davies
  • 53 Matt Bate
  • 57 Brian Long
  • 90 Mark Cooper
  • 91 John Whitney
  • 92 Chris Donk
  • 93 Tom Malagodi


  • 42 Luke Firth
  • 43 Tim Sykes
  • 49 Gareth Wild
  • 52 Liam Browne
  • 55 Martin Airault
  • 56 Chris Elliot

Defensive backs

  • 7 Tim Adams
  • 13 Chris Swinbourne
  • 23 Emmett Halsall
  • 24 Rob Mills
  • 31 Stuart Boor
  • 33 Matt Gawne
  • 38 Chris Shaw

See also


External links

  • Doncaster Mustangs official website

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