Tuesday, March 22, 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 has signed a new sponsorship deal that will carry him through the Olympics.

Andrew Durutalo had another fine week to lead the way for Americans overseas.

San Francisco has the benefit of not only having local talent but plenty of imported talent ahead of the PRO Rugby season.

PRO Rugby announced that former Australian international Timana Tahu and Italy 'A' player Filippo Ferraini have joined the competition.

Sacramento has picked a location for their training sessions.

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The Rudy Scholz Award nominees have been named with all of the best names in men's college rugby represented.

With the PRP hitting the mid-way point and the ARP kicking off their Spring schedule we check in with both competitions.

Alex Solomon looks at a couple of big wins for Rugby East teams in non-conference play.

In a couple of college results St. Louis University won a 7s qualifier and Oklahoma beat Jamaica.

You can now enter a Varsity Cup prediction contest.

In women's club results Belmont Shore beat Tempe.

The Atavus Dream Team from the Fullerton tournament has been selected.


Mourad Boudjellal wants to get rid of the Champions Cup and have a European Super League.

Hong Kong has taken steps to professionalize their 15s team.

Henry Speight is going to be out eight weeks with an eye injury and the Brumbies have fired their CEO.

Rugby World looks at why New Zealand are so good at offloads

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