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Tuesday, March 29, 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:

AJ MacGinty is going to be out a month with a shoulder injury.

PRO Rugby is going to give a lot of young players an opportunity. Kalei Konrad is one of those players and we caught up with him to see how things were going.

Carlin Isles is going to be featured in a new GoPro series. He's in the trailer with the help of some players from OMBAC.

It was a very active weekend for Americans overseas with Andrew Durutalo especially playing well.

Matt McCarthy caught up with Chris Wyles in New York after the match a few weeks back.

Take the jump to read more.

Club/College:

Rob Holder is the subject of a new book discussing his time growing rugby in East Palo Alto. We were lucky enough to catch him for an interview.

Cal play local rivals in a mid-week match on Wednesday.

The local paper has a great story of Ridgefield High gaining support for their team.

Oklahoma and Texas A&M were winners in the Red River last weekend.

Columbus have lost their spring opener to Kansas City. Doug Coil has a report.

The NCAA affiliated women's schools have named their All-Americans.

Jackie Finlan has solid articles on Quinnipiac and Humboldt State.

Alex Goff looks at some of the various build-ups to the Varsity Cup for different teams.

A new documentary is looking for women's rugby players to share their experience.

World:

The Chiefs are doing something very different this year in avoiding rucks. It's working and you have to see how it's done.

Paul Tait says the Americas are doing a lot of things right while things aren't going well for the Pacific Islands.

Andrew Hore says Pro12 teams should join Super Rugby.

A hearing date has been set for Joe Marler.

The Waratahs have lost Rob Horne and Tolu Latu to injuries. 

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