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Halsey On Rugby: Latest on Lions, Eddie Jones Controversy, European Semifinals

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NEW YORK, NY  – A busy week in the European rugby world; Warren Gatland picked only two Scots in his Lions squad, Eddie Jones picked 15 uncapped players in his England squad to tour Argentina and there was the excitement of semifinals in European competition.  All in all there’s plenty to talk about! Let’s start […]

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Alex Goode, Armitage, SOB, Potgeiter, USA Rugby, World Rugby News

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NEW YORK, NY – This weekend’s report is bursting at the seams. There is so much in rugby news and transactions to cover, my fingers cramped. Combine that with a truckload of fixtures at the club and Tier 2/3 international level. So lets not wait any longer and get to the Weekend Update: News & […]

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Jarryd Hayne, Fiji 7s, Samoa 7s, Mike Ford, Bath, Davies, Ospreys, Montpellier

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NEW YORK, NY – This was the weekend of big announcements.  Led by the earth-shattering news about Jarryd Hayne coming back to rugby. There were also a few big transactions that demanded to be reported and we also have some fixture results to report. So lets get to it and start the Global Recap: News […]

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Kurtly Beale Stings Wasps, Maori v Munster, Banks to Italy, World Rugby Council

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NEW YORK, NY – With less Tier 2 and 3 scheduled this weekend, I had hoped that this would be a short preview. No such luck as there was some very serious rugby news – including the breaking news re Kurtley Beale getting hurt – that had to be covered along with a boatload of […]

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Southern Hemisphere Class of 2016 Players to Watch

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NEW YORK, NY – With Super Rugby midway through its preseason matches, it is clearly time for us to release our list of our 2016 Southern Hemisphere Players – just as we did for 2016 classes of USA, Canada  and Europe. Unlike last year, we will not concern ourselves with out upcoming Super Rugby young players to watch list […]

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Americas Rugby Championship: New Calendar Needed

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PHILADELPHIA, PA – With The Americas Rugby Championship only two weekends away, I can’t help but start to daydream.  I dream of an Americas Rugby Championship that sees full-strength sides from all 6 nations involved.  I dream of big crowds watching competitive matches.  At the same time, I dream of a successful professional league in North […]

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