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Monday, October 5, 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 have made near wholesale changes to their line-up swapping out 12 starters as they get set to play South Africa on Wednesday.

World Rugby checks in with Mike Petri to talk about his children's book.

The U.S. is still holding steady at 16th in the World Rugby rankings. England took another drop.

Japan will be looking to gain the maximum amount of points out of their match against the Eagles.

Martin Iosefo has moved to San Diego to join the OTC full time.

Take the jump to read more.

Club/College:

With Julie McCoy taking over the Women Eagles 7s Ellie Karvoski will be the lead coach at the ARPTC.

ATAVUS and The Hill Academy have formed a partnership. The Rugger's Edge also joined forces with the academy.

Alex Goff shares that women's varsity teams are coming together to form a national championship.

The Big Ten saw a quartet of lopsided victories for the favored sides.

The Life Women started their season on a winning note beating West Chester.

In college scores, Rutgers beat Villanova, Army beat Penn State, Notre Dame beat Bethel College, Utah beat Wyoming, the Rugby East, the Empire, the WIIL, the Great Lakes, the NECRCCoast Guard over Norwich,

World:

We'll have a recap of the crazy weekend that was at the World Cup later.

Even though he's taken job with the Stormers it looks like Eddie Jones hasn't ruled out coaching England.

The Guardian has more on what was learned from Australia's thumping of England.

Warren Gatland has questioned why the draw for the World Cup was done three years ago while Paul Tait questions why Cardiff gets to host so many World Cup matches.

Japan have revealed the name of their Super Rugby franchise.

Planet Rugby has their weekly look at who's hot and who's not

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