JONATHAN EWING – INDUCTED INTO THE BRONCOS HALL OF FAME – 2004
Jonathan originally retired from playing in 2003 after an incredibly successful year which saw the Broncos win two National Titles and compete in an international tournament in Dusseldorf at the NFL Europe World Bowl.
Since then Jonny has coached at club, national and international levels, but has periodically been unable to resist playing with the senior team.
Playing – Senior Flag:-
2009 – Senior Squad
3rd in the BAFL Scottish Conference League
3rd at the 2009 Bull Run.
Runners-Up at the Cobras Super Bowl Weekend III.
2008 – Senior Squad
4th in the BAFL Scottish Conference League
4th Cobras Super Bowl Saturday II.
2007 – Senior Squad
Champions in the West / Central Conference.
Runners-Up at Fair Play Bowl II
3rd Place at SFFA Finals Day.
Coaching – International – Great Britain
Assistant Cadet Coach for the 2006 GB Lions, Jonathan helped GB to 2nd Place in Euro Flag XII.
Cadet Coach for the 2005 GB Lions, Jonathan helped GB to 3rd Place in Euro Flag XI.
Coaching – International – Scotland
SCOTLAND V IRELAND INTERNATIONAL – Celtic Cup – 5th November 2006
Jonathan was part of the SDS Cadet Coaching Staff at Paisley University Sports Campus.
Team Ireland 0 @ Scotland ‘A’ 65 and Team Ireland 6 @ Scotland ‘B’ 64.
SCOTLAND V ENGLAND INTERNATIONAL – 5th November 2005
Jonathan was part of the SDS Cadet Coaching Staff at Forthbank Stirling.
Team England 26 @ Scotland ‘A’ 54
Team England 19 @ Scotland ‘B’ 14
Coaching – Club Level
Voted SFFA Junior Coach of the Year for the 2006 Season. As SFFA Junior Coach of the Year, Jonathan took charge of the West/Central Junior Squad at 2006 MVP Bowl.
Junior Coach, Jonathan helped the Broncos become 2006 Scottish Champions
As Interim Cadet Coach, Jonathan helped guide the Broncos to 2006 SFFA West/Central conference 3rd Place.
Voted SFFA Cadet Coach of the Year for the 2005 Season. As Coach of the Year, Jonathan took charge of the North/East Cadet Conference team at 2005 MVP Bowl, which they won.
Coach of 2005 Cadet Broncos – Runners up in SFFA Scottish League (10 – 0 Regular Season)
Coach of 2005 Cadet Broncos – Runners up at Flamebowl
SCOTTISH SCHOOLS FINALS – 2005
Jonathan was Coach of the St Mungos Mustangs Squad which won the 2005 West / Central Scottish Schools Qualifier.
The Mustangs lost in the Semi-Finals of the UK Schools Final
Coach of the 2003 Broncos Cadets who won the North / East Conference and only narrowly missed out on being Scottish Champions.
Playing – Youth Flag:-
Jonathan was part of the 2005 Youth Squad which finished 3rd in the SFFA North/East Conference.
Selected for 2004 Team Scotland at Youth level for international v England – Scotland 27 England 0
Playing – Junior Flag
Jonathan was part of the Junior Squad which won the 2003 SFFA North/East Conference League and were SFFA Scottish League Champions.
Joint winners of the 2003 Claymores Super Bowl Weekend.
Winners of the 2003 Tartan Bowl IV in Inverness.
WINNERS of EUROFLAG 2003 WITH GB SQUAD IN ITALY (The GB Squad won all their games)
PLAYED FOR GB LIONS AGAINST REST OF EUROPE – September 2002
Jonathan was part of the 2002 Mid Squad which won the Claymores Bowl III and the NFL UK Flag Football Championship.
Also Winners of Channel Five National Trophy in Sheffield.
2002 NFL European Flag Football Championships 7th place.
SFFA SEASON – 2001 / 2002 Runners-Up in the Central Conference League
Winners of the Claymores NFL Kick-Off Weekend Trophy.
Runners-Up in the Independence Bowl held in Dundee.
Selected for Great Britain team for EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP IN FRANCE – 2001
Selected for SCOTLAND to play England July 2001 – Scotland 44 England 38.
2004 FALKIRK DISTRICT SPORTS COUNCIL AWARDS –
Jonathan shared the ‘New Coach of the Year’ Award … with fellow Bronco Adam Donaldson.
2003 FALKIRK DISTRICT SPORTS COUNCIL AWARDS –
Scroll Award for his contribution to Scottish and GB Flag Football.
2003 Runner-Up Trophy in the Individual Junior (Under 18) Category.
2002 FALKIRK DISTRICT SPORTS COUNCIL SCROLL AWARD –
Scroll Award to recognise his achievements in representing both his Club and his Country, as part of the GB Squad
Jonathan was also part of the Mid Squad that received recognition by the Council for winning the Scottish, GB and Channel 5 titles … the first clean sweep of all the major titles by a Club from Scotland.
SCHOOL AWARD – 2001
Following on from his trip to the South of France with the GB Squad, Johnny had his sporting achievement recognised by his school. Johnny has received ‘The Roy Northam Award for Sporting Exellence’.