Tuesday, March 8, 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:

The Eagles are going to be playing Italy in San Jose and Russia in Sacramento next June.

Our grades are in for the Eagles vs. Uruguay. Despite the loss there were some things to like about how certain players played.

PRO Rugby announced a couple of moves yesterday. Andre Snyman was named a technical advisor while Pete Borlase is an assistant in Denver.

Correspondent Derek Sagehorn has an excellent profile of Josh Inong, who overcame being shot to play in PRO Rugby.

Great news for American fans who love the Premiership. It's coming to NBCSN next fall and this weekend's London Irish-Saracens match will also be broadcast on the network.

Chris Wyles says he is excited to be a part of the match in New York.

It was a big weekend for AJ MacGinty as he was named Man of the Match for Connacht.

Take the jump to read more.
Jake Frechette has a great article on several things that foreign announcers get wrong when talking about the Eagles.

Alex Goff says that despite finishing fourth the Eagles should do better.


Evan Lappen recaps wins by Cal Poly and San Diego State.

Jackie Finlan shares her thoughts on the good and bad from the LVI as well as has articles on Western Oregon and Life.

Over the weekend Army beat Dartmouth and Arkansas won big.


Ireland and Scotland have both made changes to their Six Nations squads.

Brad Thorn is reportedly contemplating a comeback with the Reds.

The Reds have endured two straight losses to start their season and have fired their coach

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