There's going to be a new mainstream rugby video game for the first time in three years, and there's in fact going to be two. A little while ago we showed you the trailer for Rugby Challenge. Here's the first trailer for the official RWC 2011 game. Let us know which you are more excited to get your soon-to-be carpel tunneled mits on.
USA 7s coach Al Caravelli was in Denver Sunday to take in the West all-star tryouts and run some fitness tests. RUGBYMag's Pat Clifton caught up with him to discuss the upcoming Pan-Am games in Guadalajara, Mexico.
This week's RuggaMatrix America podcast features two guests, with Pat Clifton checking in with try-scoring sensation Peter Tiberio, and Alex Goff speaking with the Chicago Lions Head 7s Coach Aaron Manheimer.
And Goff, Clifton and Bruce McLane talk All Americans, Eagles and club 7s and remind you, it's not all Ping-Pong and Pink Lemonade.
Mark Bokhoven is still sidelined with a torn ACL, but RUGBYMag's Pat Clifton caught up with him at Denver 7s to talk about recovery, the Pan-Am games, a high school 7s camp in Iowa (Mark went to Iowa State) and his club the Denver Barbarians.
The Dog River Howlers finished second Saturday at the the International Abbotsford Rugby 7's which teams from six countries participated in. University of Saskatchewan Huskies running back Jeff Hassler, who plays his rugby with the Calgary Hornets, and Calgary Irish's Ian Shoults led the way, scoring seven tries each.
En route to the final game, in which they lost 33-28 to the Fiji Ambassadors (with 8 capped Fijian National Team players), the Howlers racked up wins against the Cayman Islands National Team, Mexican National Team, Burnaby Lake Buffaloes and Valley High, which was made up of a collection of high-level Canadian players, most with national team experience.
The Howlers lost one game in their preliminary round to Fijian club Ratsu Filise, which had placed second to Canada's National Team at the previous week's Victoria 7's. Other prominent international teams competing in the tournament were a Kenyan National Select team and the British Army. The Howlers' next competition will be Mexico's Cancun 7s Nov. 26-27, followed by Cuba's Havana Howlers 7s Dec. 2-3.
Highlights from last weekend's Pacific Rugby Premiership game between two competitive but winless teams - the Denver Barbarians and the Olympic Club.Highlights from RUGBYMag and Shawn Porter. Read more...
Alex Goff and Pat Clifton look at Week 4 of the Pacific Rugby Premiership.Alex goes over the results and standings, and also looks at good and bad examples of how to get out of trouble in your own 22.Pat looks at the big units playing for Belmont Shore, and how they impact the team's fortunes.And we... Read more...
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