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Men's London Sevens- The ninth event on the HSBC World Rugby Sevens circuit will take place this weekend at Twickenham. The USA are in first place in the standings and, probably, they can officially claim one of the four 2020 Tokyo Olympic berths after this event.

Pool A - Argentina, Canada, South Africa, Japan

Pool B - Samoa, Fiji, Kenya, France

Pool C - New Zealand, Scotland, England, Ireland

Pool D - USA, Australia, Wales, Spain

Perry Baker and Danny Barrett return from the injured list.

Ireland make their London debut as the 16th side.

USA and Spain begins at 9:52 a.m. English time on Saturday.

Matches aired on ESPN+.

Major League Rugby - The 16th week features a three-match card. The following weekend - June 1, and June 2 - will be the last weekend before playoffs. 

May 25, Saturday - Austin at Houston. 6 p.m. ET - CBSSN

May 26, Sunday - NOLA at RUNY, 1 p.m. ET - ESPN+, SNY

May 26, Sunday - Utah at Seattle, 8 p.m. ET, ESPN+, KMYU, Root Sports

Penn Mutual Collegiate Rugby Championship - The tenth iteration of this popular college tournament is scheduled for next weekend, June 1 and June 2, at Talen Energy Stadium, Chester, Pennsylvania (outside Philadelphia). Lindenwood Men and Women return to defend their 2018 titles. California also return after a one-year absence.  Cal won the event five times in succession. The Pete Dawkins Trophy goes to the winning Men's side.

Never in the decade's history of the event have there been so many Women and Men's sides of such high quality.