Friday, November 3, 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:

The match schedule for the World Cup is out. The U.S. will play England, France, Argentina, and Tonga in that order with a short turnaround between Argentina and Tonga. 

Andrew Durutalo is ready to make his debut for Worcester this weekend.

The NOLA Gold have added former St. Mary's standout Holden Yungert to their team.

Make sure to check out the last two episodes (here and here) of the Earful of Dirt podcast.


The Central Washington women are getting ready for a match-up with the Seattle Saracens.

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In Mid-Atlantic play Rocky Gorge have extended their lead at the top of the table. 

The Red River are set for week 8 of their season.

Pat Clifton notes that China has an American connection at this weekend's Silicon Valley 7s.

The Mid-America all-stars will get a chance to take on Lindenwood.

The Liberty Bowl Series will be back once again.

Jackie Finlan has an update on the DI women's college playoffs.

Rugby League:

A former NFL player is trying to turn pro in rugby league in Australia.


Eyes in Canada are on British Columbia where Canada will play the Maori All Blacks tonight.

Sandro Fiorino has been named the interim head coach of the women's national team.


Even though they haven't officially lost out on the 2023 World Cup yet Ireland are turning their attention to 2027.

New Zealand have confirmed that they will be voting for South Africa.

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