The Juggernauts have not always been the most stable of teams, but with their never-give-up attitude and their love for the sport they may be coming back stronger than ever this season. When the previous league started to collapse, the Juggernauts believed they would be facing the same demise especially since almost all active members started to move to other teams or formed completely new teams with other people. Fortunately, the veterans of the team persevered and thought quickly of how to deal with the situation at hand.

, The Juggernauts’ Fighting SpiritFor three seasons (2015-2018) they have been building their team from scratch under the strong guidance and management of  Coach Oliver Montano. The training of the new recruits started with the non-contact sport Flag Football which has the same concept and nearly the same rules as Tackle. They then transitioned from Flag Football to Touch Football in order for their players to have a feel of a more contact sport. Thanks to the generosity of Coach Angel Calugay Jr. who provided uniforms and football gear, the Juggernauts were able to move to Tackle Football and learn even more from then on.

However, it was not smooth sailing for the team despite the rigorous training and upgrade in gears. Their debut season ended bleakly with no wins and them in last place. Moving on though the Juggernauts decided to start their recruiting process early therefore having 90 members by January 2018. Sadly, from 90 it became less than 30 by March, and 15 before the start of the season. They were faced again with another possible collapse.

Instead of accepting defeat, the leaders of the Juggernauts came together and decided to merge with 4 other teams – Taguig Vipers, Navotas Vanguards, Quezon City Lionheads and the Flowers Powers Tigers – in order to still be able to participate in this season. How the team grows will be interesting to take note of since the players are coming from different kinds of playing styles, strategies and conditioning. The journey has not always been easy, but truly the tenacity, especially from the quick-witted leaders of the Juggernauts, have been proven to be admirable. Seeing how the players jive together and how they have improved from the last season is definitely a reason to follow and watch the team this season.

, The Juggernauts’ Fighting Spirit

# PLAYER POSITION
1 James Omeje

DL

4 Dominuque Azarraga

LB

7 Neil Aquino

QB

8 Werner Cabalbag

WR

10 Omatsuli Promise

K

11 Mark Panteleon

RB

13 Melvin Ginez

WR

14 Peter Dy

CB

15 Michael Antonio

CB

16 Ashton Naldoza

QB

18 Keegan Zuniga

WR

19 Skyle San Juan

RB

20 Nap Dumlao

S

21 Nick Flowers

HB

23 Hussein Baraguir

LB

26 Dionar Fuentes

FB

28 Seth Solomon

LB

30 Zion Ogiefa

S

31 Jerome Cruz

S

32 JV Santos

RB

45 Jeff Posilero

WR

46 Saheed Olantunji

TE

52 Jose Halol

LB

53 John Cristobal

LB

55 John Rae Lei

OL

58 Kenneth Colminas

CB

59 Kevin Cenzia

LB

68 Jefferson Siy

OL

72 Easton Astorga

C

73 Paulo Copia

C

74 Joseph Ritumalta

DL

75 Siegfried de Vera

C

77 Dan Vincent Melgar

DL

78 Antonino Orcine

OL

79 Michel Ouffouet Konan

OL

81 Alexandre Tamayo

DL

84 Matthew Mina

WR

85 Xamuel Gbezeha

P

87 Jesu Ray Galpo

TE

88 Mark Ronald Tiu

TE

90 Jeremy Cruz

OL

92 Mervyn Salvador

OL

93 Joenard Bantug

DL

96 Jan Paul Gopez

LB

99 Eleazar Severino

DL