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Leguizamón Becomes 5th Most Capped Puma

Argentine Juan Manuel Leguizamón made history today. In featuring from the bench against Australia the No 8 from Santiago del Estero became the 5th most capped Puma of all time. Aged 34, Leguizamón has been a Puma since 2005. He earned his debut that year against Japan. During his career ...

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Landajo Overtakes Pichot

Martín Landajo is set to make history. The 29-year-old is set to overtake Agustín Pichot to become Argentina’s most capped scrum-half of all-time. Landajo is to play from the bench against New Zealand, doing so with Tomás Cubelli starting. Landajo made his test debut in November 2008. He did so ...

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UAR President Hints at Selecting European Players for Pumas

The UAR President has hinted at selecting European players for Los Pumas. The official policy is under serious questioning now. With those based in Europe blocked from international duty Argentina has experienced a run of negative results since Rugby World Cup 2015. Head Coach Daniel Hourcade has firmly stood his ...

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USA Prop Joins Leicester Tigers

USA prop Chris Baumann has joined the Leicester Tigers. The 20-time capped Eagle joins the Aviva Premiership club ahead of the upcoming 2017-2018 season. Born in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, Baumann has extensive experience playing across the USA. He made his debut for the USA in the 2015 Pacific Nations Cup against ...

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Anscombe out as Canada coach

Mark Anscombe is no longer Head Coach of Canada’s Senior Men’s team. The news was confirmed today by Rugby Canada that the 60-year-old New Zealander would not be continuing in the role he has held since being appointed in March of last year. In the 15 months since Canada was ...

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