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Uruguay Overpower Paraguay in Asunción

Following their opening round win over Brazil in São Paulo Uruguay made it two from two as Los Teros overpowered Paraguay in Asunción this afternoon. In defeating Los Yakarés 60-15 the Uruguayans are now the odds-on favorites to win the South American A Championship. As big as the final scoreline ...

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All-Americans named to face Uruguay

JD Stephenson has made three changes to his Junior All-American side to face Uruguay in the 5th place match of the World Rugby u20 Trophy on Sunday. The disappointment of what might have been will need to be left aside after a pair of two-point losses knocked them out of ...

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Los Jaguares Find their Feet in Smashing Kings

Los Jaguares found their Feet this evening, smashing the Kings 73-27 in Buenos Aires. Veteran Leonardo Senatore scored three of his team’s eleven tries in a bonus point victory. A dream start from Los Jaguares saw some El Mago from Juan Martín Hernández. The inside center regathered his own kick ...

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Cortes, Phelan ready for Championship Semis

The Greene King IPA Championship switches to semi-final mode this weekend, with the first of a two-leg format set to take place on Sunday. Argentine prop Gastón Cortes, recently named to the divisional Dream Team, will start on the bench for Bristol as they head to Goldington Road to face ...

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Brazil and Chile Draw in São Paulo

Brazil and Chile competed to a 20-20 draw in the second round South American ‘A’ Championship match in São Paulo this afternoon. Despite outscoring the visitors by three tries to two Brazil’s inaccurate goal kicking saw no winner. As was the case against Uruguay one week earlier, Brazil had an ...

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Tonga wing joins PRO Rugby

Tongan international winger Viliame ‘Pila’ Iongi has signed with PRO Rugby. The 26-year-old is set to debut for San Francisco against Ohio on Sunday. Iongi joins the team directly from the Greene King IPA Championship in England, where he ended his season with Nottingham this past weekend with a hat-trick ...

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PRO Week 3 – San Diego vs Denver

Two undefeated teams will go head-to-head at Torero Stadium on Sunday, as Denver take their California road show to San Diego. The visitors sit atop the freshly minted standings with two wins from two, while the home team showed real attacking prowess in their inaugural outing against Sacramento a week ...

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PRO Week 3 – Ohio vs San Francisco

Round 3 of the PRO Rugby season sees another historic first for the competition. The upcoming Sunday tilt at Memorial Park in Obetz marks the first home match for the Ohio franchise. Despite the fact that it is only Week 3, it is an important match as only one of ...

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USA names roster for Paris 7s

Mike Friday has named his Men’s Eagles 7s squad for the first stop on the European leg of the HSBC Sevens Series, to kick off at the Stade Jean Bouin in Paris on May 13. Two changes have been made to the group that dropped the Bowl final to Scotland ...

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Los Teros change five for Paraguay

Uruguay have made five changes to their starting side to play Paraguay tomorrow in Asunción during the second round of the South American ‘A’ Championship. Los Teros will look to build on their impressive 36-14 win over Brazil last weekend ahead of the crucial third-round tie against Chile on May ...

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