Rugby News: 7 More #RugbySnacks For Your Coffee Break or Cocktail Party

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NEW YORK, NY – It’s our job to cover all of the rugby news and try to supply you with at least some of it for you to nibble on. With that, here are 7 More #RugbySnacks ™ for you to digest. at you the reader can’t catch by yourself.  With that, here are 7 Rugby Headlineswith links – that you might find worthwhile.

1) Champions Cup Final – Don’t want to tell you who the winner is, in case you haven’t watched the match. However, our man Ronan Nelson has a complete recap of the match if you are not afraid of spoilers.

2) #Paris7sThe penultimate leg of the 2016/2017 series is in the books. We have you covered with a recap of the series winner and how the @Eagles7s performed.

3) Challenge Cup FinalA new Challenge cup final champion has been crowned and its champion now has a chance at a backdoor into qualifying for the Champions Cup.

4) RWC2019 QualifyingBrush up on your Spanish or use Google translate as things heat up in Sudamerica rugby in the battle for World cup places.

5) World Rugby RankingsHas updated results which includes the weekend’s Tier 2/3 results.

6)USA Rugby Men’s Eagles Squad has been announced for Canada, Georgia, Ireland Tests

And last but not least…

7) USA Rugby College 7s National ChampionshipsPools have been drawn.

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.
  • Aaron

    Ashton quit England because Eddie didn’t favor him…well…gouging eyes (10 game suspension) and biting an ear (13 game suspension) I’m surprised the Sarries were somehow good with him.

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