Wednesday, January 20, 2016

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 news of Chris Wyles retiring form international 15s duty is still reverberating. We share exactly what made Wyles so special to the Eagles and the fans.

PRO Rugby released their season trailer yesterday featuring video from their combines.

The latest Try & Tackle podcast is out discussing all things U.S. and Canadian rugby.

We're having another Q&A so make sure to submit your questions ASAP.

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Jake Frechette suggests that the Americas Rugby Championship is a great reason to take another look at the calendar.


Dom Wareing has received a promotion at the Northeast Academy to Director of Coaching.

Most of the sides in the PRP will be holding their pre-season finales this weekend.

Rugby is an inclusive game and the latest example of that comes from Montana State.

Arizona State will take on a unique opponent this year, Mexico, in the Fiesta Bowl.

Alex Goff has more on Grand Canyon opening league play as well as the NCRC.


Sonny Bill Williams will be in the All Blacks 7s team ahead of the next two legs of the World Sevens Series.

Australia have also named their squad for Wellington and Sydney.

Chris Ashton has copped a 10 week ban and will miss out on England's Six Nations campaign.

Rory Best is the captain of Ireland heading into the Six Nations.

Italy has named a number of new players in their Six Nations training group.

Jamie Joseph has been confirmed as the next head coach of Japan

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