Friday, March 18, 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

National Teams/PRO Rugby:

Carlin Isles was featured not only in The New York Times but also in US Weekly.

Shawn Lipman has been named the head coach of the US Maccabi team.

Brendan Triplett offers his reflections on the London Irish-Saracens match.


The Austin Blacks are the winner of the inaugural Rugby Gold Cup with a pair of victories.

In our weekly DI round-up a couple of teams have picked up important wins.

Life can clinch the Mid-South title if they beat Lindenwood on Saturday.

A local player in Montana is gaining attention for her play on the pitch.

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The Penn State women just got back from a tour of Italy and are looking for wins.

The Rugby Republic has a closer look at Claremont Colleges.

Arizona State's graduate rugby team is celebrating 40 years of existence.

This Is Colorado Rugby checks in on men's DII play and has photos of the Boulder Babes vs. Colorado.

Jackie Finlan says the Black Ice are going to be traveling a lot this Spring while Alex Goff examines Indiana.

The Institute of Rugby has been launched in California.


Scotland have made some changes ahead of their match against Ireland. England, France, and Ireland have also named their rosters.

World Rugby has asked for clarification as to why Joe Marler wasn't suspended.

Georgia and Romania are still trying to break into tougher competition in Europe. 

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