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ICYMI: John Mitchell Leaving USA Rugby For Blue Bulls Following Rugby World Cup Qualifiers

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Submitted by USA Rugby LAFAYETTE, CO – John Mitchell, head coach of the USA Men’s Eagles, has been appointed executive of rugby at Blue Bulls Company (Pty) Ltd, USA Rugby confirmed Thursday. He will assume the role in Pretoria, South Africa, in July following the U.S. National Team’s Emirates Airline Summer Series and Rugby World […]

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A Tale of Two Teams; Exeter and Wasps: Contrasting Styles Set in Premiership Battle

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NEW YORK, NY – After two thrilling semifinals in which both teams clinched victory from the jaws of defeat in the final minutes, Exeter Chiefs and Wasps will go head to head this Saturday in the Aviva Premiership playoff final.  With Wasps having won the Premiership in the regular season while Exeter finished a very close […]

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A Baker’s Dozen Of #Rugbysnacks For Your Coffee Break

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NEW YORK, NY – There’s always a ton of Rugby News to track down at anytime. So we are here to help and you, our dedicated readers out. With that, here are 13 Rugby Headlines – with links – that I thought you might find worthwhile. 1) London 7s – The last and final leg […]

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Sizzling Scots win #London7s again; @Eagles7s finish 4th

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LONDON, UK – The 2016/2017 World Rugby HSBC Sevens World Series is officially over. The Blitzbokke of South Africa, were the champions going into the final leg so everyone else was playing for pride or a better position in the standings. In the actual tournament, Scotland ran the table to win the London leg for […]

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#London7s: @Eagles7s Preview And Tournament Analysis

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LONDON, UK – London Calling all from faraway lands… Apologies to The Clash for mangling their lyrics there but the 2016/2017 World Rugby HSBC 7s series, after many mile and faraway towns, has hit its 10th and final stop… London! Since England is the birth place of Rugby, this final stop never disappoints. With that, […]

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Saracens: Perennial Rugby Underachievers To Dominant Global Force

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NEW YORK, NY – “Too much of sport operates under the tyranny of the result; the core principle at Saracens is that we gather talented people together, treat them unbelievably well and in return they try unbelievable hard. That is it. Everything else – winning or losing matches, winning or losing Cups – are just […]

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