Written By: Doug Crosse The 2018 Canadian Rugby Championship has a lot more riding on it than in previous years, as Canadian team coach Kingsley Jones has made this a key part of his repechage preparations. The 27 or so centrally-located players that make up the domestic base will be sprinkled among the four teams to give them some intense competition. More importantly, they will be placed strategically in some combinations to allow cohesion of units to take place. Essentially, this is uncharted territory for Canadian rugby as this is the first time it will participate in the four nation winner-take-all...
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Written By: Adam McQueen Now that the dust has settled on an eventful inaugural Major League Rugby season, all eyes are firmly fixed on the future of professional rugby in North America. Although the curtain has only just been drawn on the playoffs and Seattle are exhausting the last drops of their celebratory champagne, there is no time for the competition to rest on their laurels. A fledgling league such as the MLR must be proactive in reflecting upon the strengths and weaknesses of its first season, as well as prepare to deliver an even bigger and better product for...
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Photos and Story: Mark Janzen There’s no doubt, it was a Rugby World Cup Sevens to remember. History was made with New Zealand defending their titles on both the men’s and women’s sides. More than 100,000 fans walked through the gates at AT&T Park in San Francisco for a rugby spectacle of epic proportions. With the far-flung fans heading home and the field returning to its baseball roots, we look back on the 2018 World Cup. New Zealand took both titles and, with that, the country now holds all four World Cup trophies, including both the men’s and women’s championships...
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