Wednesday, January 25, 2017

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/ODAs:

John Mitchell has named a mixed squad of veterans and young players for the Americas Rugby Championship.

The latest Red, White, and Black Eye podcast is out talking about the ARC squad, Eagles 7s, and more.

The TIAR Award for Women Eagles 7s Player of the Year goes to Ryan Carlyle.

Blitzbokke legend Frankie Horne will be coaching with Tiger Rugby in Vegas.


BYU are jumping from the Varsity Cup to the DI-A playoffs this year.

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Olympic Club picked up a win over Old Aztecs to finish their Cal Cup season on a positive note.

Old Blue have unveiled their Spring schedule and it includes most of the top teams on the East Coast.

The latest Canterbury DI-A Top 20 rankings are out.

Cal are getting ready to face Utah this weekend in a PAC Rugby match-up.

Both Life University and the Glendale Raptors report on players recently at national team camps.

Jackie Finlan explains that the Gold Coast is not a one horse race.

Western Michigan is getting some press in their local student paper.

The Maccabi rugby team has inducted their inaugural hall of fame class.

NSCRO has announced the pathway for the championships.


John Moonlight is preparing for his firefighting career after rugby.

Due to demand more Canada Sevens tickets have gone on sale.

Canada coach Mark Anscombe talked about the challenge of getting ready for the ARC.


Dylan Hartley, despite his behavior problems, will be the England captain during the Six Nations.

Nehe Milner-Skudder has re-upped with the Hurricanes while Ryan Grant has moved to Worcester.

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