Monday, October 3, 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/ODAs:

Ray Egan will lead the Eagles Selects in the APC. There are a lot of names that could be on the Eagles in 2019.

Alex Goff spoke with Egan about his goals for the tournament.

If you haven't seen it you should check out this video of Chris Baumann down in New Zealand.

Chris Wyles is a busy guy playing for Saracens and running a beer company.

The Rugby Republic sat down to find out more about the work of Sarah Sall.


The Oklahoma University program could be in trouble after a report has surfaced of alcohol problems.

Take the jump to read more.

The local paper has a very nice feature on the tradition at Bowling Green.

The Shea Cup has gone to Air Force after they beat Navy over the weekend.

In other scores around the country the AIC beat UConn, Boston College won, the SCRC, Chesapeake, Southern Conference, Tri-State, Upstate New York, and the Empire.

The Central Washington women are on their East Coast tour and picked up wins over AIC and Norwich. Jackie Finlan has more from women's DI.

Arizona's JV team registered a win over Grand Canyon University's JV team.

The Austin Huns have brought in James De Lacey as an S&C coach.

In club scores Philadelphia-Whitemarsh beat Brandywine,


New Zealand rolled to another win while South Africa edged Australia.

Heyneke Meyer explains why the All Blacks are dominating at the moment.

Sam Warburton could be out for a while with a cheekbone injury.

Japan have named their squad for the upcoming internationals.

Planet Rugby has their latest who's hot and who's not.

Mexico are the Rugby Americas North champions after defeating Guyana. They will move to play the winner of the South America 'B' tournament in World Cup qualifying.

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