With San Francisco Golden Gate entrenched in first place in the West,
having wins over both Old Puget Sound Beach and the Utah Warriors,
Saturday’s match between Utah and OPSB, both 2-1, in Salt Lake City could
turn out to be the first half of a two-game series to decide second place
in the Red Conference.
“This is a must-win for us,” said Eagle and OPSB inside center Alipate... Read More
There are certain
rules in Super League rugby. Winning on the road is tough is rule #1. And
#2 is, playing shorthanded for any length of time is a recipe for
So Boston went on the road, lost a player to a red card (second row Dave
Prell got two yellows for ruck infringements), and still won. How does that
work? It works by not panicking.
“We were up 17-3 when we got the... Read More
pay the piper in DII in sereal western regions this weekend.
Pacific Northwest, the playoff picture will be clarified after this
weekend. The big game is Portland against the Eastside Tsunamis in
Tsunamis are leading Pacific Northwest South, but Portland is just behind
them, and riding a seven-game unbeaten streak.
streak has coincided... Read More
The following players have been selected to play for the New England RFU
Collegiates team to play Mystic River Wednesday night in Boston.
(Numbers refer to roster spot, not position)
1.Alex Reeves - WPI
2.Anthony Rosati - Merrimack College
3.Aarom Smith - St. Anselm
4.Colin Yip - Boston University
5.Dave Cunha - Wentworth
6.Kyle Kicia - Wentworth
7.Chris Rosa - Southern... Read More
NYAC, Life, Boston, SFGG
and Denver were all winners Saturday in the Super League.
The big result may well have been Boston, which upended 2-0 Chicago 24-22
in the Windy City to improve to 2-1.
Duran Vota, Marcus McAllister and Derrick Wavomba all scored tries for the
New Englanders, while Nick Elrick converted all three and added a penalty
goal. Chicago battled hard but were just... Read More
Dallas looked poised to upset the first-place and undefeated Austin Blacks
in the first half of their Saturday meeting in the state Capitol. The
Blacks scored first, but Dallas outpaced them 14-11 in the first half with
an unconverted try and three penalty kicks.
“The first half we played pretty well,” said Dallas coach Jeff Kolberg. “We
were real competitive, we played great... Read More
OMBAC claimed sole possession of first place in Southern California
Saturday with a 27-17 home win over Belmont Shore. The San Diego club never
trailed in the match, and besides at 0-0 and a lull midway through the
first half during which Belmont drew even, led the whole way.
OMBAC got off to a great start, jumping out to a 12-0 lead, but
over-aggression with ball in hand... Read More
The Northern California DI club league started Saturday, and Olympic Club
and Sacramento Capitals both emerged victorious.
O-Club faced a Sacramento Lions team that was looking seriously to upend
the Bay-Area club. And it looked like it might happen. Early in the second
half it was 17-15, with Olympic Club holding onto a slim, two-point lead.
“We have a pattern,” said Olympic... Read More