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Rugby TV and Podcast: Major League Rugby: Old Glory Owner, Coach, Star & Most Important Players in Western Conference

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WASHINGTON, DC – After hitting two Major League Rugby pre-season matches in 24 hours, we have two separate shows this week. In this one, we have interviews on the pitch with Old Glory Co-Owner Chris Dunlavey, Head Coach Andrew Douglas and star center Thretton Palamo, wrapped in some exclusive footage from their exhibition vs Rugby […]

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Rugby TV and Podcast: Major League Rugby Stars Tomás de la Vega & Ben LeSage of Toronto Arrows. Jamie Roberts Cameo

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NEW YORK, NY – This week we had too much Major League Rugby content for 1 show, so we split it down the middle and made two. In this installment, we sent Matt McCarthy to Buffalo to see the Toronto Arrows bang heads with Rugby United NY in the NFL Buffalo Bills bubble. We have […]

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Old Glory Hosts Major League Rugby’s Biggest Combine

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WASHINGTON, DC— Nearly 200 ruggers descended on Catholic University’s athletic complex on Sunday. The reason? They had a shot at a roster spot on Major League Rugby’s newest team – Old Glory – which will play its home matches in Washington, D.C. This fourth and final combine of the season drew a whose who of […]

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Rugby TV & Podcast: Major League Rugby: Ben Foden, Dylan Fawsitt of RUNY, McCarthy & Lewis

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NEW YORK, NY – With Rugby United NY having but one loss in 7 outings (to the Seattle Seawolves), contributions have come from the entire roster. But two players are front and center: hooker and team try-leader Dylan “The Butcher” Fawsitt and fullback Ben Foden, the England and Gallagher Premiership star. Steve Lewis and Matt […]

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Scotland The Brave? Steve Lewis on Scots Major League Rugby Bet, Old Glory DC

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NEW YORK, NY  – Plus ca change, plus ca la meme chose, as the French say. Another week passes and rugby is again at one of its perennial crossroads, with two competing views of the international game, both driven by deep-pocketed actors. World Rugby is touting a new Nations League financed to the tune of […]

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