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Paul Tait

EDITOR / ARGENTINA / SOUTH AMERICA ... has been covering the sport since 2007. Rising from the ranks as a player, coach, and referee, he has published two books to go with articles on various international websites including the World Rugby page.

Dark Clouds Looming for Zebre

Dark clouds are looming for Zebre Rugby. In the midst of the Guinness Pro 12 expanding, the Parma-based side may not be involved. It has been confirmed from sources within Italy that Zebre’s players are owed two months pay and that training for the 2017-2018 season is yet to begin. ...

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Attention Returns to Jaguares

With the completion of the June Internationals, Argentine attention returns to Los Jaguares. The Buenos Aires based Super Rugby franchise will play at home next Friday. The fixture is to be against the Kings, a dead rubber for the Jaguares given their run of losses prior to pausing for June’s ...

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Baldunciel Out for Argentina XV

Gaspar Baldunciel is out for the Argentina XV. The hooker has been replaced by the uncapped Agustín Gómez Di Nardo for the remainder of the World Rugby Nations Cup. Baldunciel started at hooker against Russia on Saturday. Having made a tackle he was forced off early though injury. His replacement ...

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The Americas Missing XV

There are a variety of players who for one reason or another are missing from international duty this month. The following is an offering of the leading players who are not to play test rugby in June. Not considered for this composite XV are players who have officially announced their ...

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Hands On! with Gareth Nokes

Bermuda are in the middle of their Rugby Americas North Championship campaign for 2017. This weekend will see Bermuda at home to the Cayman Islands. This week Americas Rugby News had the opportunity to talk with Bermuda Rugby Chairman Gareth Nokes to discuss the team’s campaign, development and the issues ...

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28 Countries Chasing 8 Vacancies at RWC 2019

There are a total of 28 countries chasing the remaining 8 vacancies at Rugby World Cup 2019. These countries are from all of World Rugby’s designated regions. In the case of the Americas the regions of Rugby Americas North and Sudamérica Rugby are combined for the purposes of Rugby World Cup ...

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