Monday, October 10, 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:

The USA Selects learned a lot of lessons on Saturday as they fell big to the Fiji Warriors in their first match at the Americas Pacific Challenge.

If you missed the match you can check out our match commentary.

In case you missed it PRO Rugby Director of Rugby Steve Lewis is no longer with the organization.

Doug Coil reports that Vegas is set to host a stop on the Women's Sevens Series this year.

Greg Peterson had shoulder surgery last week and will be out for six months.


The Rugby Republic has a great look at the changes in NorCal DI as a result of the Cal Cup.

Take the jump to read more.

Cal has taken home the West Coast 7s after beating St. Mary's in the final.

Navy opened up their new facility with a win over Notre Dame. AIC beat Northeastern.

In other college reports Dartmouth keeps winning in the Ivy, plus more on the Northern Lights, New England, Northeast, SouthernChesapeake, and the DI-A West conferences.

Jackie Finlan has the latest women's results as well as the WPL scoring leaders.

This Is Rocky Mountain Rugby has more on a WPL win for Glendale.


Bad news for Canadian fans as both Tyler Ardron and Jeff Hassler are out with injuries.

Also, Happy Thanksgiving to our Canadian friends.


Experimental law variations are drawing mixed reviews in New Zealand.

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

Lode De Jagaer has been given a one week ban while Nick Phipps could be in trouble.

1 comment:

  1. What about the failed drug tests in France? Dan Carter and two others? Has this already been covered?