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Monday, September 14, 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:

The latest Try and Tackle podcast is out talking about the Eagles and Canada at the World Cup.

The Eagles have arrived in Portsmouth and have been given a big welcome. Cam Dolan says the team is ready to reverse the loss to Samoa earlier this summer.

Samoa are wary of facing off against Samu Manoa in less than a week.

Bryan Ray has more on the challenges that could come with the Americas Rugby Cup.

Jake Frechette shares the case why the Eagles should have picked Todd Clever when Scott LaValla went down with an injury.

Take the jump to read more.

Club/College:

Canterbury is hosting the biggest beach touch tournament in the U.S. next month.

The ARP opened over the weekend with NYAC beating Boston. We'll have more later.

The Stars Rugby 7s have named their roster for the Central Coast 7s.

Cal recently ran in the 9/11 Heroes Run sponsored by an alumni.

This Is Texas Rugby has results from the Texas College Cup while This Is Colorado Rugby has more from Glendale vs. San Diego and the Denver Harlequins vs. Colorado Springs Grizzlies.

In college scores, Boston College beat Dartmouth, AIC beat NEC, and more. We'll have a recap later in the day.

In women's scores it was a good day for the Ivy League, Davenport beat Indiana, Boston beat Northeastern, West Point beat Quinnipiac, and Lindenwood beat Northern Iowa.

In club play, Evan Lappen recaps the action from the Mid-Atlantic DII.

Two local players from Louisiana have been selected to play for the South Panthers U-19s.

World:

As Six Nations champions the pressure is on Ireland to play well at the World Cup.

Planet Rugby has their latest installment of who's hot and who's not. 

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