Coffee Break Rugby: 5 Headlines or #RugbySnacks To Munch On

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NEW YORK, NY – Trying to to keep up with all of the Rugby news is difficult. So we’re here to help. With that, here are 5 of the most recent Rugby Headlines – with links – that I thought you might find worthwhile.

1) RWC2019 Draw – Our man, Ronan Nelson has you covered on the draw’s winners and losers.

2) World Rugby Changes Eligibility RulesThe 3 year rule has now been extended to 5 years. It was one of key changes to the eligibility criteria among many for you to read.

3) Champions and Challenge Cup Final – Once again our man Ronan Nelson will have you covered for the Champions Cup. As for Europe’s second tier competition, here is a preview.

4) Paris 7sThe penultimate leg of the HSBC World Rugby 7s kicks off in Paris.

5) Canadian Flanker to play in Super Rugby  – Tyler Ardron is set to join the Chiefs.

And…

ICYMI Dept: in case you missed it…

Retirements – The greatest player in Georgian Rugby History and a legend of the game, Mamuka Gorgodze has retired from international rugby. Another legend for his national team, Canada’s Jamie Cudmore has retired from playing and will now move into coaching with his club Oyonnax.

Major League Rugby launches – The latest venture and attempt at top level pro rugby in the USA has launched. Currently there are 9 teams but there is likely to be a tenth team.

That’s all for now, please feel free to comment below, look for and “Like” our Facebook Rugby Wrap Up Page and follow us on Twitter@: @RugbyWrapUp, @Junoir Blaber, @Matt_McCarthy00, @MichaelHalsey24, @JWB_RWU, @Luke Bienstock, @Ronan Nelson, @MeetTheMatts, @Brian C Cole and @Declan Yeats.

And as always, stay low and keep pumping those legs.

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Born in Osu, Accra, Ghana, West Africa, Junoir Blaber is a rare commodity; while most Ghanians eat, sleep and dream Soccer (football), Junoir is all about Rugby. A self-proclaimed Rugbyologist, he has been involved in Rugby as a ref, coach, administrator and player since Columbus discovered Ohio. His useful/trivial rugby knowledge qualify Blaber as RWU’s Senior Correspondent & known in rugby circles as The Rugby Rain Man. He can also be found moonlighting for our American partners at MeetTheMatts.com.

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