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Thursday, September 24, 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

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National Teams:

The Eagles are set to name their line-up any time now. We take a look at who we think will start against Scotland.

If you missed it you MUST check out this behind the scenes video about the Eagles.

You can vote for Chris Wyles's try as try of the week although he faces some stiff competition.

Japan's loss yesterday may not have happened solely due to fatigue but it was a factor. We share one way World Rugby can fix their scheduling problem.

One article says that the growth of rugby in the U.S. could change the game.

Already there are indications that Scotland might put out a weakened side against the Eagles.

A committee has been formed by U.S.A. Rugby to oversee the Women's College All-Americans.

Take the jump to read more.

Club/College:

Highlights of the Kansas City Blues win over the Chicago Griffins are now available.

DI-A Rugby has a preview of the Big Ten and the Rugby East action this weekend.

Clayton RFC picked up their first win of the year as they beat the Duke Grads.

This Is Ohio Rugby has a report on the Maddogs getting back to winning ways.

Glendale's Jeanna Beard has been named the WPL Player of the Week.

Grand Canyon University has joined the Gold Coast Conference.

Rhode Island continued their winning ways with a victory over Norwich.

This article looks at Vassar rugby players that have kept playing after graduation.

Canada:

James Pritchard has been brought out of retirement for Canada to replace the injured Liam Underwood.

Tyler Ardron will captain Canada as they get set to take on Italy.

Also from Canada, the Langford 7s will be returning next April.

World:

Things went pretty much according to script at the World Cup yesterday.

Wales, England, and Italy have all named their sides for the weekend.

Folks around the world are pleading not to let Japan's win by a one off event.

Wales have been warned for using players to train outside of their 31 man roster. 

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