Friday, November 4, 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 Eagles take on the Maori All Blacks today. Derek Sagehorn has a preview as does Martin Pengelly.

Some are saying if Chris Wyles hadn't been capped by the Eagles he could be playing for England this fall.

John Mitchell sat down with Matt McCarthy to talk about the Eagles and more.

Alex Goff has more on the rise of Bryce Campbell as well as the background of the Eagles.

Langilangi Haupeakui's two yellow cards from last weekend have been rescinded.

PRO Rugby CEO Doug Schoninger has penned a reply to Rugby Canada's statement regarding expansion.

Take the jump to read more.

University of New Mexico graduate and Olympian is going to speak on campus.


The DI season is still going strong. We look around the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic, and Pacific Northwest.

Part of the festivities tomorrow will be a match between Metropolis and the Chicago Griffins at Toyota Park.

In Utah rugby players are taking their skills to different sports.

The Colorado State Rams are rallying behind their coach Rod Hartley.

The Canterbury Red River interviews continue with Houston and Texas Tech.

In addition to playing for the Eagles this weekend Bryce Campbell is the DI-A Player of the Month.

Jackie Finlan has more on UNI's return to the playoffs as well as games to watch this weekend.

The Dartmouth women's team is going for another Ivy Rugby title.

The topic of concussions is on the minds of the folks at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.


This is pretty cool. It's a map of all the countries playing this November.

The All Blacks have named their starters to face Ireland. Ireland have done the same.

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