Written By: Doug Crosse The 2018 CRC tournament weekend is an enticing affair because the regional competitions leading up to the finals did not adhere to the form book. Indeed, for the first time in recent memory, everyone is coming into the competition relatively equal, with 1 and 1 records. In the East, it was the Atlantic Rock taking top seed, though Ontario will point out it was on a technicality. Either way, there is a great deal of parity in both the east and west squads. ROCK v WOLF PACK The Rock take on the Wolf Pack and feature...
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Written By: Adam McQueen After a pulsating weekend of scintillating action and thrilling upsets, Bulldog Rugby and the San Diego Surfers emerged victorious at the USA Rugby Emirates Airline Club 7s National Championships. Under the floodlights at the Rocco B. Comisso stadium, the San Diego Surfers reclaimed their first championship since 2014, while Bulldog Rugby return from New York City with their first ever national title.  Women’s Division Sunday’s knockout fixtures setup a handful of massive clashes after the heavy-hitters proved dominant during pool play on Saturday. Although Life West and New York Rugby Club rightfully earned the greatest pre-tournament...
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Written By: Karen Gasbarino-Knutt Anyone who has been following professional or Canadian rugby for awhile will know the name Tyler Hotson. Hailing from Vancouver, Hotson is a product of what you might call an Academy system in Canada, which a select few players are fortunate enough to be part of. He attended St. George’s High School, which has a rich rugby history and often sees graduates move on to Rugby at UBC, as Hotson did. UBC enjoys one of the best rugby programs in Canada and feeds into BC Rugby regionally. From there, if a player is good enough, driven...
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