Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Eagles Abroad: Weekend Review

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AJ MacGinty had himself quite the weekend. As you can see from the graphic above he was named Man of the Match for his performance against Bath on Saturday. He outscored Bath by himself with three conversions and two penalties. It was just another in a good run of performances for MacGinty. That's only going to be a good thing for the Eagles as they'll presumably get him for the Argentina XV match and then the big summer tour. With the World Cup just around the corner having MacGinty full of confidence is only a good thing.  Staying with MacGinty, he also found time to do good for the community over the weekend.

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British Isles:

Aviva Premiership

Chris Wyles started and played 74 minutes while Titi Lamositele was not in the line-up as Saracens as they beat Leicester 29-17 on Sunday. Chris Baumann was an unused substitute for Leicester.

Nick Civetta is on loan from Newcastle to Doncaster.

AJ MacGinty started, played 80 minutes, and kicked three conversions and two penalties for Sale as they beat Bath 32-9 on Saturday.

Joe Taufete'e came off the bench and played 17 minutes minus a very late yellow card while Andrew Durutalo was not in the line-up for Worcester as they beat London Irish 28-3 on Friday.

Pro 14

Greg Peterson was not in the line-up for Glasgow as they lost to Edinburgh 18-17 on Saturday.

Blaine Scully was not in the line-up for Cardiff as they beat the Dragons 22-17 on Tuesday.

Callum Black was not in the line-up for Ulster as they lost to Connacht 44-16 on Saturday.

RFU Championship

Thretton Palamo was not in the line-up for Bristol as they beat Cornish Pirates 56-19 on Friday. Palamo is injured.

Nick Civetta started and played 80 minutes for Doncaster as they beat Rotherham 36-19 on Saturday.

Ronnie McLean started and played 80 minutes for Richmond as they lost to Ealing 40-24 on Saturday.

Dino Waldren came off the bench and played 16 minutes for London Scottish as they drew with Bedford 52-52 on Saturday.

Robbie Shaw was not in the line-up for Hartpury as they lost to Jersey 18-14 on Friday.


Conor Kearns plays with Oxford University.

Ollie Drew plays with Romsney.

Louis Mulholland plays with with Cheshunt.

All Ireland League

Pierce Dargan and Old Belvedere had the weekend off.

Tim Maupin and St. Mary's College had the weekend off.

Kevin O'ConnorAlex McDonaldWill Sims, Liam Smith, and Trinity had the weekend off.

Kalei Konrad and Terenure College had the weekend off.

Women's Premiership

Jess Wooden and the Harlequins had the weekend off.


Top 14

Samu Manoa came off the bench, played 40 minutes, and scored a try for Toulon as they beat Oyonnax 49-25 on Saturday.

Dave Ryan came off the bench and played 13 minutes for Agen as they beat Brive 27-13 on Saturday.

Pro D2

Eric Fry was not in the line-up for Vannes as they beat Bezier 32-0 on Friday. Fry is injured.

David Tameilau came off the bench and played 29 minutes while Siaosi Mahoni was not in the line-up for Narbonne as they lost to Perpignan 26-3 on Friday.

Christian Ostberg was not in the line-up for Aurillac as they lost to Montauban 22-16 on Friday.


Victor Camptat plays for the Brive Reserves.

Mose Fualaau plays for the Clermont Academy.

Inaki Basauri plays for Stade Nantais.

Nafi Maafu plays for the Perpignan reserves.



Roland Suniula was not in the line-up for Reggio as they lost to San Dona 29-21 on Saturday.

New Zealand:

Mitre 10 Cup

Toni Pulu and Counties Manukau have finished their season.

Tony LambornPas Dunn, and Hawke's Bay have finished their season.


Michelle Wong is training and playing with Sydenham.

Steven Knight is training in the Southland system.



Marcel Brache and the Perth Spirit have finished their season.

James Hilterbrand and the Sydney Rays have finished their season.

Super Rugby

Chris Coyle is a part of the Brumbies training squad.

Shute Shield

James Hilterbrand and Manly have finished their season.


BC Premier League

Graham Harriman and James Bay had the weekend off.

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