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Thursday, October 29, 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:

Mike Friday has picked the Hawks and the Falcons for the Halloween 7s. One team is developmental while the other is more established players.

Alexander Diegel speaks with Nigel Melville and asks where does U.S.A. Rugby go from here?

Niku Kruger took some time to talk about playing for the Eagles and more.

Alex Goff spoke with Mike Tolkin and then with Tony Ridnell on the Ruggamatrix podcast.

Take the jump to read more.

Club/College:

Old Blue picked up an important win over the weekend as they held on to beat Mystic River.

This Is Ohio Rugby's Justin Rutledge has another great installment of The Rugby Diaries.

If you haven't seen it already you should check out this video on Tiger Rugby.

Virginia Tech is rallying around a former player in need.

Pat Clifton weighs in on the past, present, and future of college national championships.

Alex Solomon shares how the California Conference is busy playing 7s.

Kutztown is happy with their win over Army, Mount St. Mary's likes rugby, a player is taking the season off to donate bone marrow, UConn and BC are fighting for the Northeast seed and there will be a new Midwest champ.

World:

The All Blacks have named an unchanged starting lineup for Saturday's final.

Both South Africa and Argentina have named their teams for the third place match.

In player movement Finn Russell has extended with Glasgow, Felix Jones has retired, Be Arous has re-upped with Racing Metro, and Akapusi Qera has done the same with Montpellier.

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