Seems to be a bit of confusion on the overtime ruling, unless there has been an ammendment during the season then the following is from the SFFA rulebook
In the event of a tied game, overtime will be played. The period between the end of the game and the start of the overtime period will be 2 minutes. A coin toss determines first possession of overtime. The team winning the coin toss starts with the ball on its own 5-yard line. Play continues as in regulation until one team scores. There will be no time outs granted during the overtime period.
which is not the rules we played on Saturday........
Those were the rules they were given to read at the start of the day, however they got told when it came to overtime to use the other format (the one we used in the end), which is what caused all the confusion. In the end tho, it was the penalties that killed us, but you can only learn from your mistakes and I'm sure we will!