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This Fantastic Rugby Weekend: The HSBC World Rugby Women's 7s in Atlanta begins Friday as twelve nations compete in the third round of the series. Television via www.TheRugbyChannel.tv and also streamed at worldrugby.org, starting at 12:30 (ET). The Eagles play Spain first.
The HSBC World Rugby Hong Kong 7s has already started with the USA beating Portugal 21-5. The first round saw upsets and close contests among the sixteen nations.
England 21- 14 South Africa
Australia 28 - 0 Argentina
Fiji 19 - 17 Canada
New Zealand 19 - 17 France
Scotland 28 - 15 Russia
Wales 40 - 14 Korea
Kenya 24 - 0 Samoa
Men’s Eagles Sevens
1. Nate Ebner
5. Zack Test
7. Folau Niua
8. Maka Unufe
10. Madison Hughes (C)
11. Perry Baker
12. Martin Iosefo
USA v. Argentina – Saturday, April 9 @ 12:48 a.m. ET
USA v. Australia – Saturday, April 9 @ 5:10 a.m. ET
All Hong Kong games streamed at WorldRugby.org.
French Club Final To Set Attendance Record - The final of the French 14 league will be held in Barcelona's Nou Camp Stadium, with expectations of 98,000 fans attending. This would break the rugby club record of 84,066 when Saracens played Harlequins at Wembley in March 2015.
Donate to the USA Women's Olympic team - Help support the USA Women's rugby team by making a donation at www.USArugby.org/trust.
Southern Rugby Championship at Twickenham - Australia and Argentina will play a match in their Rugby Championship series in England on October 8, 2016, at Twickenham.
Update: Cayman Islands - They lost the Hong Kong 7s opener to Zimbabwe 35-5 in the 12-nation lesser championship.