Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Opening Kick

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National Teams/MLR:

The Women Eagles have been named for the Sydney 7s. It's a mix of experience and inexperience.

The Bulls and Stormers cancelled their upcoming match in LA ahead of the Eagles vs. Argentina XV. Arizona and UCLA will replace them.

Make sure you check out the latest Eagles Abroad.

Rugby Wrap Up spoke with Perry Baker about life and winning the world player of the year.


Congrats to Penn State and St. Mary's on winning the TIAR Awards for women's and men's college teams of the year.

Take the jump to read more.

Life West have kept their team together and are looking for a strong PRP season.

The DI-A Top 20 is out with St. Mary's staying number one.

The College 7s is once again headed back to Glendale.

U.S.A. Rugby is looking for some club correspondents for the upcoming season.  They also note their success in recruiting referees.

Alex Goff says that Texas Tech could surprise in the Red River.

Jackie Finlan notes that Life West will be fielding two teams this year and that Sacramento is active.


Wales and Scotland have named their teams for the Six Nations. 

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