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Tuesday, October 27, 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:

You can bet there will be a good amount of changeover in the Eagles pool leading up to the next World Cup. We look at who are some of the up and coming prospects.

Good news for fans wanting to see Premiership rugby in the States as London Irish will play Saracens at Red Bull Arena in March.

As always, make sure to check out Eagles Abroad: Weekend Review.

Club/College:

It was a mixed bag for Tiger Rugby and the Stars at the Central Coast 7s with one team making the quarterfinals and another missing out.

The Halloween 7s is looking for volunteers for this week's tournament.

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Photos from the Seattle Saracens win over the weekend are up.

West Point's Zye Crittington is taking home honors for her recent work. The men's team has one thing on their minds this week: beat Air Force.

The call for presentations at the National Development Summit has gone out.

Jackie Finlan recaps week five of the WPL with teams inching closer to the playoffs.

In college scores coming in from the weekend three teams won in the ECRC and Tennessee and South Carolina also won.

Alex Goff has a solid in-depth look at AIC as well as reports on the DII playoffs, Western Washington, the Deep South, Colorado School of Mines while Jackie Finlan has articles on South Florida and the MARC.

World:

Wales Online looks at the life of Nigel Owens.

The head of Rugby Europe says that Georgia and Romania should be included in the Six Nations.

Tommy Bowe will miss the Six Nations with a knee injury while Ulster have lost Iain Henderson for six weeks.

Worcester have signed Georgian hooker Jaba Bregvadze. 

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