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Monday, October 24, 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 November internationals are going to play a big role in the Eagles-Canada World Cup qualifying series.

Dan Lyle has left United World Sports for a position at AEG, signaling the marketer moving more into rugby.

The U.S.A. Rugby Trust spotlights former Eagle Kristin Zdanczewicz.

Club/College:

Arizona took home the West Coast 7s in what was a fantastic tournament.

Cal had a pretty successful tournament going perfect on day one and then finishing 2-1 on day two.

The Lindenwood women beat rivals Life over the weekend.

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Jackie Finlan has a rundown of results from women's rugby.

Alex Goff recaps Davenport's win over Bowling Green, Notre Dame College over Indiana, a win by Grand Valley, the Empire, the WIIL, Chesapeake, and SCRC.

Josh Collins from Colorado State has been picked as the DI-A Player of the Week.

The Austin Huns have hired a new technical analysis and skills coach.

World:

The All Blacks showed exactly why they are the best team in the world with another win over Australia.

Toulon have changed coaches with Mike Ford taking over.

Russian side Enisei surprisingly lead their Challenge Cup group after two games.

Rugby World looks at who should possibly be in the England squad this November.

Newcastle Falcon Taione Vea has been forced to retired.


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