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Q&A 2.0: USA Rugby Flyhalf AJ McGinty with Ronan Nelson

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Chicago, Illinois – The pre-Rugby World Cup schedule for the USA Eagles has been busy, to say the least, having played four games in the Pacific Nations Cup and international friendlies against Canada and Aviva Premiership side Harlequins since the beginning of August. Now add in tomorrow’s monstrous test against the #3 World Ranked Australians […]

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USA Eagles v Quins Analysis

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PHILADELPHIA, PA – The USA Eagles’ Rugby World Cup roster is out with no big surprises.  The only player who was part of Sunday’s match against Halrequins to miss out is Matt Trouville.  Heading into the summer, Trouville was on the bubble but seemed ahead of Al McFarland.  As the analysis below helps to indicate, McFarland simply […]

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Quins’ Maul Too Much for Eagles

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PHILADELPHIA, PA –There seems little doubt that Harlequins got what they came for on their trip to America and the match against the USA Eagles at PPL Park.  The Eagles will find positives from the 24-19 defeat, but the loss also highlighted some old problems. After the match, USA Coach Mike Tolkin looked at the defensive […]

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USA Eagles v. Harlequins Match Live Blog

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PHILADELPHIA, PA – Refresh the page for updates from PPL Park, as the USA Eagles take on Harlequins in a World Cup warm up match. Live stream is available at ESPN3. Match day squads are available below. Eagles: 1) Eric Fry 2) Phil Thiel 3) Titi Lamositele 4) Cam Dolan 5) Greg Peterson 6) AJ McFarland 7) […]

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Aviva Premiership Round 17 Recap

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BATH, ENGLAND – The marquee matchup this weekend was supposed to be Bath versus Sale. Bath has been in freefall, losing their last three league matches and falling out of playoff position, while Sale desperately needed a victory to keep themselves in contention. Instead, they played a turgid, error strewn match while the rest of the […]

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Aviva Premiership Round 16 Rugby Recap

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EXETER, ENGLAND – Chaos continues to reign in England. After fifteen rounds, only two points separated the third through sixth place teams. Astonishingly, things only got more compressed after this weekend. Now, five teams sit on 47 or 48 points, ranging from Bath in second to Leicester in sixth. Everything is set for a breathtaking finish […]

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