Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Opening Kick

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National Teams/PRO Rugby:

Our player grades are in for the Eagles at both the Hong Kong 7s and the Atlanta 7s.

Speaking of the Eagles, Pat Blair has come into the team for Singapore.

The Women Eagles stopped in Sequim, a small town on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State, before heading over to Victoria.

Sacramento's Luke Gross and Ryan Koewler went on the radio in Sacramento promoting this weekend's match.

The boys at the Red, White, and Black Eye podcast offer their preview of PRO Rugby and the folks at Americas Rugby News preview Denver.

Taku Ngwenya scored a fantastic try in France last weekend while Todd Clever talked to World Rugby about the different places he's played.

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Dan West has a solid chat with former Eagle Lisa Butts about her rugby career.


Bad news to pass along as Shippensburg has been suspended through 2018.

The latest Canterbury DI-A Top 20 is out just before the playoffs begin.

Cal is traveling to Army this weekend for the next round of the Varsity Cup.

Alex Solomon reports that both Lindenwood and St. Mary's had wins last weekend.

The playoff match-ups are set in DI-AA with a couple of solid head to heads on tap.

The local news has more on the University of Southern Illinois.

Alex Goff share more on the SCRC 7s and his take on the DI-A playoffs.

Jackie Finlan examines the different levels of experience in the DII semi-finals.

Youth rugby continues to grow in the Seattle area with the Eastside Lions helping lead the charge.


Patrick Johnston previews Canada for the Langford 7s.


The All Blacks have reportedly signed a new TV deal worth a lot of money.

Ireland have named their team for an upcoming one day camp.

This 40 year old Welshman has played for 29 clubs and can't give up the game.

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