Running Back and Corner, Trevor ‘The Ghost’ Carthy, made a huge impact not only at the Bulls but his talent and reputation recognised world wide. Trevor won 4 British titles with the Bulls, and was runner-up a further five times. He also played for the Bulls in the first ever EuroBowl tournament. In 1989 he starred for the GB Lions team that won the European Championship, and scored 2 TD’s in the final against Germany. In 1990 he was selected to play for the London Monarchs in the WLAF as part of the Operation Discovery programme for outstanding home grown players. Trevor returned to the Bulls as recently as 2014 for a brief spell to help develop the current crop of running backs.
Greg Harris was the Bulls stand-out receiver in 1988. The Former NCAA Division 2 Tight End was 1 of 4 imports brought over by then club owner Frank Leadon for the 1988 campaign. Greg set himself apart from all competition posting amazing stats, Making 122 catches for a total of 2056 yards. Scoring 22 touchdowns and averaging an astounding 16.9 yards per catch. Even today, Greg Harris is still a record holder in British football, holding the record for Most Receiving Yards in a Season (1988) with his 2056 yards, and the record for most Catches in a season (1988) with the 122 grabs.
An exceptional fullback from the earliest days of Britball with the Birmingham Bulls, he was team captain of the Bulls that won Summerbowl II against Glasgow in 1986, and also competed in Eurobowl I that same season with the Bulls. Started for GB in their first ever international against France in 1985. Moved to linebacker in 1987, and turned into one of the hardest hitters in the game. Played in all four national titles that the Bulls won from 1986 to 1995, and also for the GB Lions in both the 1989 and 1991 European Championship wins. Retired at the end of the 1995 season the Bulls won their fourth national title.
Stand out Center Gary “Billy” Mills was the anchor of the Bulls offensive line for many years.
A stalwart of the Birmingham Bulls, also played 7 times for GB Lions. Possessing massive bulk and good technique, Mills provided the Bulls with a rock solid core to their O-Line for many years. Mills played in both the GB Lions 1989 and 1991 European Championship winning teams and was also selected in the 1991 All-Europe team. Mills also turned his hand at coaching for the Bulls for a short while in the mid-‘Noughties’.
Outstanding place kicker for the Bulls, Mark “Spider” Webb. Selected to be the British Allstars kicker is Mark ‘Spider’ Webb. Mark was a prominent member of the Bulls squad from 1986 through to 1992, Webb won two national titles (1988 and 1991), and in 1991 he became the first kicker to win thenational title with a field goal as the Bulls defeated the Olympians 39-38. Also was the GB Lions kicker in their 1991 European Championship win in Finland, where he nailed 9 extra points out of 9. Mark returned to the club as kicking and special teams coaching for a couple of seasons until stepping down in 2015.
Michael Beaty first joined the Birmingham Bulls in 2014 in the Premier North division, and quickly became a favourite target in the passing game, regardless of who lined up under centre. At the end of the season, Beaty was a deserved winner of the Rookie of the Year award. Going into his second season, “Juice” emerged as a clear cut #1 receiver, and once more led the team in receiving yards, and also standing in as a kicker and punter when called upon. Beaty opted to retire following the 2015 season, but has returned to the fold as of 2017.