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Wednesday, October 7, 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:

It's match day! The Eagles will take on South Africa in less than an hour. Get ready for the match with our preview.

Chris Wyles sat down and answered some questions from fans.

Mike Petri writes in The Guardian that the team is ready to face the Springboks.

You should check out this article on an American fan that is having fun at the World Cup.

Both Alex Goff and Pat Clifton weigh in on the Eagles selections.

Take the jump to read more.

Club/College:

The Canterbury DI-A Top 20 is out with a few teams making the jump.

The Denver All-Stars have named a very strong side for the upcoming Halloween 7s.

Rugby Washington recently received a very generous donation. We spoke with the donor Vance Hill and RugbyWA Executive Director Susan Michaels.

When the Eagles play South Africa it means that Glendale coach Andre Snyman has good insight.

In DI play the Kansas City Blues took advantage of a slip by Metropolis. More in our weekly DI recap.

Defending national champions Wisconsin got their season off to a bright start.

Alex Goff has more on the Colorado School of Mines, Alabama, and Cincinnati.

Canada:

After holding a lead most of the match Romania stormed back to beat Canada yesterday.

World:

Alesana Tuilagi has been given a five week ban and it's an understatement to say it's controversial.

Tonga and New Zealand have named their sides. It's the 100th cap for Ma'a Nonu.

Jake Frechette looks at where the tries come from at the World Cup.

Fiji coach John McKee says he is staying with Fiji and isn't interest in the Japan job. 

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