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Highlights from the Americas Rugby Championship game between the USA and Argentina.
Newcastle Falcons pairing Todd Clever and Eric Fry made try scoring contributions for the USA on Saturday, as the Eagles opened the inaugural Americas Rugby Championship with an entertaining draw. Taking on an Argentina XV in Houston, Texas, the duo’s tries saw the Americans score 35 points against a non-Canadian team for the first time since 2012 and open the tenure of new head coach John Mitchell in style.
Compassionate players and officials from New Zealand, South Africa, Argentina and Australia are looking for ways to send aid to their beleaguered northern brethren. After the opening weekend of the 2016 Six Nations saw standards of play so far below…
ROUND ONE WRAP: The United States got their Americas Championship campaign off to a strong start Saturday with a 35-all draw against Argentina in John Mitchell's debut as the new Eagles coach.
PREVIEW: The Americas Rugby Championship, a second-tier version of Europe's Six Nations tournament for top North and South American Rugby Union teams, kicks off Saturday with regional power Argentina at the United States.
We take a look at why the 2016 Super Rugby season could be the most unmissable yet… 1.The new teams are coming As well as the Kings re-joining Super Rugby, we will see the welcome addition of teams from Argentina and Japan. Whilst many predict the Sunwolves may struggle during their first couple of seasons, […]The post 5 Reasons You Cannot Afford To Miss The 2016 Super Rugby Season appeared first on In The Loose.
Ayerza stunned by Youngs' England omission
In his latest column for World Rugby Argentina coach Santiago Gomez Cora reflects on the HSBC Wellington Sevens and looks ahead to round four in Sydney.
Find out what this new Pan-American competition means to the six countries taking part – Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, the United States and UruguayJoy of six: The Americas Rugby Championship kicks off on 6-7 FebruaryFind out what this new Pan-American competition means to the six countries taking part – Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, the United States and Uruguay
Argentina’s sevens rugby team took a break from their training schedule on Wednesday to visit unwell kids at the Wellington Children’s Hospital.
Australia will play a Test against Argentina at Twickenham in a bid to cash in on the success of both countries at last year’s World Cup.
Santiago Gomez Cora’s Argentina finished second to South Africa in round two of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series, and are now firmly focused on a big year ahead.
Twickenham could host Pumas-Australia clash
Argentina Rugby Union President Carlos Araujo has revealed that the Pumas are in talks with SANZAR to hold a Rugby Championship match at Twickenham in London this year. The match is being discussed at the SANZAR EXCO meeting in Sydney and could see the first Southern Hemisphere Rugby tournament Test match being played in the […] The post Pumas want Rugby Championship match in London appeared first on Rugby Week | Rugby News, Rugby Video & Fixtures.
NEWS: Argentina and Australia are considering moving their Rugby Championship clash to London. rugby365 reports.
EXCLUSIVE: Having 21 World Cup stars in a team is no guarantee that the Super Rugby newcomers from Argentina, the Jaguares, will dominate. Jan de Koning reports.
NEWS: Argentina coach Santiago Gomez Cora is confident his team cab iron out the kinks that cost them in the opening rounds of the Sevens World Series.
In an interview with World Rugby TV, Felipe Contepomi applauds the attack-minded style adopted by Los Pumas under Daniel Hourcade.
EXCLUSIVE: Jan de Koning caught up with new Argentina boss Greg Peters ad asked him about the reasons for Super Rugby's expansion.
Lions loose forward Warren Whiteley says that the team are excited about playing Super Rugby teams in new territories like Japan and Argentina. Whiteley says that the addition of Argentina’s Jaguares and Japan’s Sunwolves have helped to create more excitement in the squad.
With the 2015 Rugby World Cup now filed away under ‘Best Tournament ever’, national coaches will be planning towards 2019. Here are 15 players who could feature prominentlyRemember the name: Akira Ioane is the next sensation from the Land of the Long White CloudBy Alex Shaw With 2015 and the Rugby World Cup now well and truly in the history books, it’s time …Continue reading »
INTERVIEW: Jaguares and Argentina wing Manual Montero is itching to get involved in this year's Super Rugby competition.
NEWS: Argentina prop Juan Pablo Orlandi has been drafted in by Pau as injury cover for the injured Sylvain Charlet.
I’m already getting excited about these: 11th June All Blacks – Wales : Auckland 18th June All Blacks – Wales: Wellington 25th June All Blacks – Wales: Dunedin 20th August Australia – All Blacks: Sydney 27th August All Blacks – Australia: Wellington 10th September All Blacks – Argentina: Hamilton 17th September All Blacks – Springboks: Christchurch 1st October Argentina – All Blacks: TBC 8th October Springboks – All Blacks: Kings Park, Durban 22nd October All Blacks – Australia: Eden Park 5th November All Blacks – Ireland : Soldier Field, Chicago 12th November Italy – All Blacks: Rome 19th November Ireland – All Blacks: Dublin 26th November France -All Blacks: Paris
Ireland fly-half Ian Madigan is set for a new challenge in France in the Top 14 after agreeing to a two-year deal to join Bordeaux-Begles. The Irish playmaker, who impressed for his nation during this year’s Rugby World Cup despite Ireland’s eventual elimination at the hands of Argentina, has admitted that it was the right […] The post Leinster’s Ian Madigan set for Top 14 appeared first on Read Rugby Union.
This book is yet another – the seventh – contribution by Hans Saestad of Johannesburg to the history of South African rugby.
Super Rugby is currently preparing itself for an exciting new era that will see it expand to an 18-team format in 2016, with two teams hailing from the previously unrepresented nations of Argentina and Japan.
Argentina's Jaguares are Super contenders: ARU boss
Australian Rugby Union (ARU) boss Bill Pulver says beware the Jaguares as Argentina look to capitalise on a seemingly softer draw to Australia’s franchises in the revamped Super Rugby in 2016.
There were wins for Brazil’s women and Argentina men at this weekend’s international beach rugby event on the world famous Ipanema beach in Rio de Janeiro.
Scotland confirm Australia rematch
In his latest column, Argentina Sevens head coach Santiago Gomez Cora looks back to the HSBC Cape Town Sevens where his side finished second.