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Ohio win but Denver crowned Champions

It was heartbreak in Obetz as the home town Ohio Aviators scored a last minute try to win a classic match at Memorial Field 32-25, but with the gap only seven points and the visitors already on four tries the result means the Denver Stampede are the PRO Rugby champions ...

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Coetzee Selects Training Squad

Springboks Head Coach Allister Coetzee has selected a squad of players for a training camp in Stellenbosch. Set to take place this coming week the roster contains players from Super Rugby franchises the Bulls, Cheetahs, Sharks and Stormers. No considered are Lions players due to the Johannesburg franchise having qualified ...

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PRO Finale – Ohio vs Denver

Memorial Park in Obetz will have the honor of hosting the final PRO Rugby match of season one, and as it happens the match to decide the inaugural champions. Denver have the slight advantage as they sit four points above Ohio in first place. As such two bonus points even ...

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Rush hold on to edge Express

San Francisco just edged past hosts Sacramento in a wild contest at Bonney Field on Saturday evening. The win secures 4th place for the Rush, and the bottom rung on the ladder for the Express in the first ever PRO Rugby season. Volney Rouse led the way with a penalty ...

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Tucumán Select 32 for Campeonato Argentino

With an eye on the national provincial glory Tucumán has selected a 32-man roster for the Campeonato Argentino. The coaching staff, led by former Racing 92 and Pumas back-rower Álvaro Galindo, will meet with the selected players on Wednesday August 03 to begin preparations. The roster includes a number of ...

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PRO Week 16 – Sacramento vs San Francisco

It’s the final week of PRO Rugby’s inaugural season and an entertaining match between Sacramento and San Francisco at Bonney Field will serve as an appetizer for the Sunday’s finale in Ohio. With only three points separating the two sides, the winner will escape the foot of the table – ...

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Phil Mack Announces His Retirement

Canadian scrum half Phil Mack has announced his retirement. The 30-year-old Victoria, BC native confirmed his decision on social media this afternoon. It follows the recent retirement of fellow Canadian test scrum half Sean White. Mack hangs up his boots with 31 test caps to his name. He debuted for ...

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