The San Francisco Golden Gate club held a fundraiser April 9 for
the victims of the Christchurch Earthquake.
The event, held before the SFGG v Denver Barbarians match, included Maori
dancers, a haka ans a presentation of the New Zealand national anthem.
Proceeds from the clubhouse bar went toward earthquake relief, and the San
Francisco Kiwi Association processed donations to the... Read More
We've been off track the last couple weeks, and for that we
apologize, but we're back with all the updates you need. The highest scorer
the last two weeks (scoring 33 and 31, respectively) was Noah Walker, who
continues to separate from the pack. The late season has been tougher to
predict, apparently, as we haven't seen a perfect score since Noah bagged
it in week 4.
Though Noah... Read More
(Cody Secker Photo)
Both teams had found running space awfully hard to come by, and with the
season essentially on the line, neither defense backed down. Central had
led 6-0 and then 11-5 before giving up two tries to fall behind 17-11. But
right after that second try, the Wildcats responded and took the lead again
18-17. This is where it got good.
With about nine minutes to go... Read More
According to sources close to the football team, Palamo has an excellent
shot of not only making the team, but being a starter at running back.
Palamo was identified as a possible player for the football team after his
performance at the USA 7s Collegiate Rugby Invitational last June, when he
helped lead Utah to the title.
Asked about playing football, Palamo said it’s been an... Read More
We're excited when
rugby gets press in some unexpected places. This time around it's the
fledgling Cape Cod Rugby Club in Massachusetts.
The club got some excellent press from the Cape Cod Chronicle this past
week. Why do we care? Well first of all, your esteemed editor's mom was the
one who sent the initial clipping (along with some area rugby people).
Second of all, RUGBYMag.com... Read More
“Breaking my thumb early in the season was frustrating, especially since it
meant I had to miss the fall USA assembly,” Johnson told RUGBYMag.com.
“It's great to be back in playing form, playing games rather than just
leg-pressing and bicycle conditioning in the rehab groups.”
Although, Johnson said the London Irish strength and conditioning staff was
“I came... Read More
The new Minnesota
team in the latest sign that society is crumbling all around us - the
Lingerie Football League - has co-opted the name that was for decades been
associated with the best of women's rugby - the Minnesota Valkryies
As reported by the One Sport Voice blog, the LFL's expansion team in
Minnesota asked fans to vote for their nickname, and Valkyries won.
The choice... Read More
Welcome (finally) to the new RUGBYMag.com.
We have been working for some time to revamp this website and make it more
fun to use, better for readers, and better for us to use as well.
We want to make RUGBYMag.com better for you, so if you have questions or
issues, so let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A couple of notes about the new RUGBYMag.com.
1. We know this is an... Read More
Playing 30 sports in 30 days is not for the faint of heart, and it took
some work to find a guy to do it.
Navy Lt. Commander Sam Tickle auditioned for EAS sports
nutrition’s Unstoppable Tour, a promotional event whereby one athlete would
participate in 30 spots over a month, using the EAS products to recover and
Tickle was selected, and each morning he would... Read More