Tag: Sean O’Leary

Rugby TV and Podcast: Eagle Impact Rugby Academy Growing Game. Chat with Sean O’Leary


  RUGBY TOWN, USA – When you come out here to the Rugby Nirvana that is Infinity Park, you run into a plethora of similarly-minded rugby nuts. Our resident rugby nut, Matt McCarthy, caught up with Sean O’Leary (Coach & Player Development), whom many may recognize as the first and only winning Head Coach of […]

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More PRO Rugby/USA Rugby Uncertainty. Last Head Coaches Let Go. Story and Quotes


NEW YORK, NY – Earlier this week, PRO Rugby let go of the remaining head coaches on the payroll. Sean O’Leary of the league’s champion Denver Stampede, Ray Egan of the San Diego Breakers and Luke Gross of the Sacramento Express. I called PRO owner Doug Schoninger for comment and asked to verify the coaches […]

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PRO Rugby: Improbable Season with Improbable Finale, Just the Beginning


OBETZ, OH – Even the most willing-to-suspend-reality Hollywood producer would wave off the PRO Rugby script that was written this season, particularly it’s over-the-top and astoundingly improbable ending. The Improbable Season screenplay, would be mocked by The Hollywood Reporter and used as bulletin board fodder for NYU Film School professors. Eyes would roll at the […]

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PRO Rugby Championship? Finale? Title Game?


NEWARK TO OBETZ – As our Republic Airlines jet (dba United Airlines) hit potholes in the sky that bounced us 15 yards in all directions as though we’d been hit by Chris Baumann (click this, you must see the photo) and Jamie Mackintosh simultaneously, repeatedly and without warning, thoughts of wife, family, friends and puppy […]

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Rugby Q&A: USA Rugby and Cal Rugby Star Seamus Kelly


RWU HQ – This week I had the chance to catch up with USA Rugby Eagles star Seamus Kelly and picked his brain. Here’s what he had to say: Q: When was the first time you saw rugby being played and how soon after did you lace up the boots? Was it love at first collision? A: I first became […]

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