Wednesday, October 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

We take our best guess at who we think will be on the Eagles roster to face the Maori All Blacks.

Staying with the Maori All Blacks, they have named their touring squad. Romania has also named their fall team.

David Tameilau has joined Narbonne on a medical joker.

Will Holder is leaving the WCAP for a regular position in the Army. He'll still be playing rugby.

Nicole Strasko hasn't been at the OTC long but she is settling in.


Canterbury (keep them in mind for Christmas!) has partnered with the Red River Conference and has a great profile of LSU.

SFGG's Kevin Sullivan talks about his club hosting the West Coast 7s over the weekend.

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Arizona won that tournament in style. We have a recap as well as photos.

Cal is getting ready for the PAC 7s in Arizona in a few weeks.

The Utah Premier Division is down to the final two teams.

The Seattle Saracens picked up another important win as they look set for the BC Premier League.

It was a strong tournament for Central Washington on their way to another NCRC 7s title.

Purple Moose Media has their latest video highlights of the SCRC.

DI-A Rugby has more on the Big Ten as well as the Red River.

The Santa Barbara ODA scored a nice win over a visiting New Zealand side.

Cal State Long Beach won the High Desert 7s over the weekend.

The MARC is down to four while two in the Midwest are clashing.

Eastern Kentucky University will be hosting a round of the DI-AA playoffs.


While head coach Damian McGrath awaits his visa the Canada 7s team is in Florida.

Former Cal standout Andrew Battaglia has earned a centralized 7s contract.


Chinese online retailer Alibaba is set to make a massive investment in rugby.

Australia have named their squad for their tour of Europe while England have also named their team as has France.

Chris Ashton will be leaving Saracens at the end of the year for Toulon.

Planet Rugby has their latest edition of Loose Pass

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