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Thursday, December 10, 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/PRO Rugby:

The Eagles are set for a very busy 2016. We take some guesses at what lies ahead.

Mike Te'o is into the Eagles 7s team as Nate Augpsuger heads back to the States.

Perry Baker has been named as a player to watch in Cape Town while Alex Goff talks with Mike Friday.

The Women Eagles 7s face a layoff of a couple of months before they get back at it in Brazil where they've been pooled with Russia, New Zealand, and Spain.

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Chris Wyles says the depth at Saracens has been the key to their strong start.

Ted Hardy has his latest Talking Rugby over at Americas Rugby News.


The 2016 PRP schedule is out. All 7 teams return with the season stretching from January to May.

The East Coast Rugby Conference has named their All-Conference selections. The SCRC also has their list of awards.

Cal will host a coaches and parents clinic next month.

Glendale's Joanna Kitlinski is getting press in her local paper.

Dallas beat the Griffins to open their Red River season.

Alex Goff checks in with some West Coast college teams.


Canada have confirmed that they will play Ireland in Ireland next November.


Oxford took home another Varsity Match today as they beat Cambridge.

The Highlanders will be facing Racing 92 next February in Hong Kong.

Shaun Edwards has extended with the WRU.

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