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Wednesday, March 23, 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

It's time once again for a Q&A! Submit your questions by Friday.

National Teams/PRO Rugby:

With only months remaining before the Olympics the Women Eagles 7s have changed coaches with Jules McCoy out and Richie Walker in.

Our correspondents were busy bringing you solid PRO Rugby news yesterday. Derek Sagehorn checks in with San Francisco head coach Paul Keeler one week into training camp.

Henry Best headed out to Obetz to check out the situation and was pleasantly surprised.

Former All Black Jamie Mackintosh is the latest foreign player to sign with PRO Rugby.

Club/College:

The DI playoffs are just around the corner and we look at who is likely to be in.

Take the jump to read more.

The latest Canterbury DI-A Top 20 is out with Life still on top followed by St. Mary's.

Cal and Utah will square off on Saturday in Salt Lake for the PAC title.

The BYU Women beat one of the best teams from Canada last weekend and they face one of the best in America this weekend in Central Washington.

Nominees for the MA Sorenson award, honoring the best player in women's college rugby, are out.

Jackie Finlan has more on JMU and Lindenwood qualifying for 7s nationals, Boston, and Tricia Post.

Baylor beat TCU for their third straight win while Alex Goff looks at some of the big 7s tournaments on tap.

The ATAVUS Boy's Dream Team from the Fullerton tournament has been selected.

Canada:

Bryan Ray shares at what a hypothetical four team Canadian team might look like.

World:

The World Cup is three years away but the seeding for the tournament will be determined next year.

James O'Connor is back at training after his heart scare. 

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