Community Corner: Fairfield’s Mark Nemec, Dock Hynes and Fordham Rugby, Connecticut Grey

1 Comment

ugby_Wrap_Up FNSY 20 Fairfield-University-Rugby-Community-Corner

NEW YORK, NY – Part II of Show 20’s weekly Fantasy Sports Network takes us out of the studio in our Community Corner piece, featuring featuring: Fairfield University President Mark Nemec playing alongside 64-year-old center Robert “Dock” Hynes against the vaunted Connecticut Grey Old Boys and Fairfield vs Fordham.

Thanks to The Friends of the British Council, you can watch the full episode – or segments – or listen on iTunes or SoundCloud. If our stuff is up to snuff, please share with your mates!
Here is Week #20 Part II


Here is Week #20 Part I, which has as Irish Rugby Personality George Hook, who also coached Connacht, London Irish & USA Rugby’s Men’s Eagles, former Eagle/current CEO of Play Rugby USA, Mark Griffin, County Kildare man, Nick Murray and Matt McCarthy contemplating the following:

Simon Zebo & Rugby Moms as Rugby’s Doom.
Welsh Rugby and Rhys Webb
IRFU, WRU desperation
Joe Schmidt
Gary Ringrose, CJ Stander
Italian Rugby Resurgence
Flag Rugby’s Insidious Threat?


Here is Week #19 Part I:


Here is Week #19 Part II


Thanks for tuning in.


Please feel free to comment below, look for and “Like” our Facebook Rugby Wrap Up Page and follow us on Instagram @RugbyWrapUp and Twitter@: @RugbyWrapUp, @Matt_McCarthy00, @Junoir Blaber, @JWB_RWU, @Luke Bienstock, @Ronan Nelson, @MichaelHalsey24, @MeetTheMatts, @Brian C Cole and @Declan Yeats. You can also find us on SoundCloud and iTunes.

Share Button

Filed in: 7sClubCollegeFeaturedMatt McCarthyMen's 7sRugby Wrap Up RadioTier 2/3USAUSA Rugby Men's EaglesVideosWomen's 7sWomen's RugbyYouth Rugby
Tagged with:

About the Author ()

Matt McCarthy comes to RugbyWrapUp.com from their partner in the USA, MeetTheMatts.com. RWU and MTM feature a stable of diverse contributors, with coverage that is both serious and with a wink. Find him on twitter: @Matt_McCarthy00

  • GrindingAx

    Although he is the size of a dock, his nickname was Doc. The “K” was added by you, I assume because he was eating a Kitcat?

Back to Top