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Friday, September 11, 2015

Opening Kick

Opening Kick is a segment devoted to bringing you all Eagles and U.S.A. Rugby news in one location. It is brought to you everyday by Rugby Marketplace, your independent rugby store

National Teams:

Martin Pengelly has an excellent and must read preview of the Eagles at the World Cup.

Bleacher Report's Danny Coyle says Samu Manoa will be the Eagles x-factor.

We ask whether the World Cup needs an upset to stay relevant going forward.

Alex Goff has a few brief words from Mike Tolkin about the Australia match.


Cal is remembering 9/11 hero and team alum Mark Bingham.

Tale the jump to read more.

The ARP is back and the season starts this weekend with NYAC vs. Boston.  Boston have named their line-up for their ARP opener tomorrow.

The Midwest and the Red River look set to play a crossover series.

The Canterbury DI-A rankings are out and it's no surprise that St. Mary's and Life are on top.

DI-A also has a preview of the Rugby East as well as a look at the match between St. Bonaventure and Penn State.

South Carolina continue their season by hosting Georgia. Meanwhile, West Point hosts Georgia. The WIIL and Empire are ready while there is an all-Minnesota tournament.

This Is Ohio Rugby has more on Canton's season opener against Cleveland while The Rugby Republic profiles the Tri Tip 7s.

Quinnipiac has a preview of their opener against West Point while West Point does the same.

You can have your say on what type of content RIM's rugby channel is going to provide.

Tim Horan and kids from Memphis Inner City rugby were the big hits at this year's Lost Luncheon.

In results still trickling in from last week, Bowling Green beat Louisville.


Jaime Cudmore almost retired from rugby due to concussions but is back and ready for the World Cup.


Samoa have called in Census Johnston in place of the injured Logovi'i Mulipola.

In player movement Brian Mujati has signed with Sale while Eddie O'Sullivan could be on the outs with Biarritz.

Brazil is set to host Germany for two matches after the World Cup.

World Rugby are trialling some interesting laws in a number of places

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