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Thursday, December 17, 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:

We've been able to confirm that the October ARC is giving way to the A6N version. There has been suggestions that both would continue.

Tickets for the Americas Rugby Championship matches in the U.S. are now on sale.

It's time for another Q&A so make sure to submit your questions!

In this great video Mike Friday opens up about taking the struggling Eagles and turning them into contenders.

Zack Fenoglio recently sat down to talk about the Eagles and the potential of PRO Rugby.

Take the jump to read more.

Club/College:

Alex Solomon has a look at where some of the DI-A rugby's '15 graduates are playing their rugby.

The ECRC has named their Most Valuable Players with Jihad Khabir receiving a lot of votes.

This Is Ohio Rugby notes that the Cincinnati Wolfhounds continued their tradition of playing an exhibition at halftime of an NFL match.

The Rugby Republic has a great interview with John Kuhns of the Bay Area Baracus.

It looks like the ACRL will no longer function as a 15s conference.

World:

The experimental law variations are out to be tested in New Zealand's NPC. Two referees are set to be on the cards.

A big change is Australia as Stephen Moore will leave the Brumbies for the Reds.

According to World Rugby, the 2015 World Cup was the most competitive to date.

Paul Gustard is set to join the England staff as defense coach.

Jamie Joseph will reportedly become the next head coach of Japan

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