Tuesday, July 26, 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

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National Teams/PRO Rugby:

Denver will head into their match against Ohio with a four point advantage after beating San Francisco.

Highlights of the match, which was really terrific, can be found here.

The Rugby Republic has a nice profile of San Francisco's Devereaux Ferris.

Pat Clifton chats with new U.S.A. Rugby CEO Dan Payne about a variety of subjects.

The local news has more on Carlin Isles as well as Madison Hughes.

The Girl's High School All-Americans are set for their two match trip to Quebec.

Take the jump to read more.


The Harlequins are set for a visit to the U.S. with a lot of time spent in Northern California.

Graduate Assistant Todd Thornley has been promoted to head coach at Central Washington.

The Austin Huns have booked their spot at the Club 7s Nationals as the Red River series wraps up.

Utah and the Kansas City Blues qualified out of the Frontier even though Glendale won the Pioneer 7s.

Jackie Finlan has more on how the women's pools are shaking out for the tournament.

7s is getting some good coverage in New England with a nice feature. Rugby in Virginia's Prince William County also gets press.

The Nike Rugby Camps are fast approaching so sign up soon.

U.S.A. Rugby's Academic Honor Roll has been announced.


Five years ago most of the Australian women's 7s wasn't even playing rugby.

A new agreement between clubs and the RFU means that Sam Underhill isn't going to be playing for England in awhile.

The Reds have hired Nick Stiles as their next head coach. 

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