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Thursday, November 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:

Doug Coil caught up with Niku Kruger to talk about his time with the Eagles, move to Glendale, and more.

The latest episode of the Red, White, and Black Eye podcast is out talking about Pro Rugby, the Halloween 7s, and more.

U.S.-eligible Fudge Mabeta talks about rugby players playing overseas.

Club/College:

Doug Coil also has a fantastic look inside the Kutztown program.

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By all accounts the recent Canterbury U.S. Open Beach Touch Tournament in Santa Monica was a success.

Alex Solomon previews the DI-A teams headed to the PAC 7s Championships at Cal.

Anna Cohen-Price from the D.C. Furies is the WPL Player of the Week.

Alex Goff has more on New Mexico, LSU vs. Arkansas, and the Keystone while Jackie Finlan looks at Ithaca and DI.

World:

World Rugby looks at the number of players who have played both 7s and 15s.

The All Blacks paid a visit to the grave of Jerry Collins on their tour around the country.

A couple of interesting videos involving referees surfaced over the weekend. One involving a penalty kick taking to look and the other some backchat.

Al Strokosch has retired from Scotland while David Pocock talks violence in Zimbabwe.

Sam Burgess has left Bath and will join the South Sydney Rabbitohs.

Ben Ryan has shared his thoughts on Fiji and the road to Rio.

Kane Douglas has torn his ACL and will miss the start of the Super Rugby season. 

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