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Monday, October 30, 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/MLR/ODAs:

A huge congratulations to Phaidra Knight who was elected to the World Rugby Hall of Fame.

A couple of videos from overseas a Chris Wyles talks about life and rugby while Joe Taufete'e and Andrew Durutalo joke around in Worcester.

Greg McWilliams is on the Eagles staff for the November tests. He was profiled back in his native Ireland.

Here is a look back at the last time the Eagles won a gold medal.

The Utah Warriors had tryouts over the weekend. Here are photos of the action.

The Austin Elite have signed Zac Mizell. Meanwhile, Eric Duechle talks about his move to Seattle.

Staying with Seattle, the Seawolves have signed Canadian international George Barton.

Club/College:

It was a 4th place finish for the Stars women and a 14th place finish for the men at the Central Coast
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The Texas Rugby Union has named their women's all-star team.

In college scores Dartmouth downed Brown and Central Washington beat BYU on senior day.

More college scores here, here, here, and here.

There is a change at Lindenwood-Belleville with Pat Clifton leaving the program.

Rugby League:

The Toronto Wolfpack have let five players go ahead of next season.

Canada:

World Rugby has a look at the importance of rugby to British Columbia.

World:

The Barbarians used some creative play in their match against Australia over the weekend.

Andrew Forrest has released more details of his proposed Indo-Pacific competition.

Australia have named their team for the November internationals.

Two sisters are taking rugby to the public in Iran.

Rob Howley won't stay with Wales after the World Cup. 

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