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Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Eagles Abroad: Weekend Review


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A couple of try scorers among Americans over the weekend. Blaine Scully notched a try for Cardiff as they beat the Southern Kings. Joining him on the list was Dino Waldren who started and made an impact for London Scottish. While some players missed out on first team action over the weekend other, like Titi Lamositele, saw time in the 'A' League.

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British Isles:

Aviva Premiership

Chris Wyles started and played 54 minutes while Titi Lamositele was not in the line-up for the Saracens as they beat Bath 41-6 on Saturday.

Chris Baumann was not in the line-up for Leicester as they lost to Northampton 27-21 on Saturday.

Joe Taufete'e and Andrew Durutalo were not in the line-up for Worcester as they lost to Wasps 30-15 on Saturday. Taufete'e is injured.

AJ MacGinty started, played 80 minutes, and kicked three penalties and three conversions for Sale as they lost to Newcastle 35-20 on Friday. Nick Civetta was not in the line-up for Newcastle.

Guinness Pro 14

Callum Black started and played 54 minutes for Ulster as they beat the Ospreys 8-0 on Sunday.

Blaine Scully started, played 80 minutes, and scored a try for Cardiff as they beat the Southern Kings 45-12 on Saturday.

Greg Peterson was not in the line-up for Glasgow as they beat Connacht 35-22 on Saturday.

RFU Championship

Ronnie McLean started for Richmond as they lost to London Scottish 30-29 on Saturday. Dino Waldren started and scored a try for London Scottish.

Nick Civetta started for Doncaster as they lost to Bristol 68-10 on Friday. Thretton Palamo was not in the line-up for Bristol.

Will Hooley started, played 54 minutes, and scored three conversions for Bedford as they lost 34-29 to Cornish Pirates on Saturday.

Robbie Shaw was not in the line-up for Hartpury as they lost to Ealing 54-26 on Saturday.

Other

Conor Kearns plays with Oxford University.

Ollie Drew plays with Romsney.

Louis Mulholland plays with with Cheshunt.

All Ireland League

Pierce Dargan, Roman Salanoa, and Old Belvedere beat Ballynahinch 16-13 on Saturday.

Kalei Konrad and Terenure College beat Kevin O'ConnorAlex McDonaldWill Sims, Liam Smith, and Trinity 50-12 on Saturday.

Tim Maupin and St. Mary's College lost to Garryowen 48-21 on Saturday.

Women's Premiership

Jess Wooden started and scored a try for the Harlequins as they beat Wasps 22-7 on Saturday.

France:

Top 14

Samu Manoa was not in the line-up for Toulon as they beat Montpellier 32-17 on Saturday.

Dave Ryan started and played 48 minutes for Agen as they beat Pau 33-22 on Saturday.

Pro D2

Christian Ostberg was not in the line-up for Aurillac as they beat Mont-de-Marsan 31-26 on Sunday.

David Tameilau was not in the line-up while Siaosi Mahoni started and played 40 minutes for Narbonne as they beat Bayonne 26-21 on Sunday.

Eric Fry started and played 67 minutes for Vannes as they lost to Dax 34-28 on Sunday.

Other

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.

Italy:

Eccellenza

Roland Suniula started for Reggio as they beat San Dona 26-20 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.

Other

Michelle Wong is training and playing with Sydenham.

Steven Knight is training in the Southland system.

Australia:

NRC

Marcel Brache and the Perth Spirit have finished their season.

James Hilterbrand and the Sydney Rays have finished their season.

Shute Shield

James Hilterbrand and Manly lost to the Northern Suburbs 25-21.

Canada:

BC Premier League

Graham Harriman and James Bay beat Westshore 39-20 on Saturday.

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