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Americas Rugby Championship: RAN & Sudamerica National/A team Tournament. Teams: USA, Canada, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, & Brazil

February 18, 2017 Uruguay Earn Bonus Point Win Against Brazil in Americas Rugby Championship Doug Coil Uruguay beat Brazil 25-12 Saturday at Domingo Burgueño Miguel Stadium in their first home match and gained their first win of the Americas Rugby Championship. Recap Moisés Duque punished Uruguay with a penalty kick two minutes into the match. Five minutes later, Diego Ayala barrelled over for a try and a 5-3 lead. Germán Albanell then pushed the conversion wide left. Moisés Duque slotted a penalty kick at 11 minutes to retake the lead 6-5, but missed a long kick three minutes later. Brazil…

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February 18, 2017 Argentina XV Add Bonus Point Win Against Chile in Americas Rugby Championship Doug Coil Chile hosted Argentina XV on Saturday at Talcahuano in Concepción. Argentian Xv left with a 45-10 bonus point win and now have a 3-0 record in the Americas Rugby Championship and 14 points in the standings. Chile coaches Mark Cross and Raúl Marín took over the coaching duties while Head Coach Bernard Charreyre was with the Chilean women’s Rugby 7’s team at the Sudamérica Women’s Rugby Sevens. Charreyre will be back this week as they prepare for the United States. Recap With Argentina…

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February 17, 2017 Uruguay v Brazil: Americas Rugby Championship Preview Doug Coil Uruguay will host Brazil Saturday at Domingo Burgueño Miguel Stadium in their first home match of the Americas Rugby Championship. Uruguay has made five changes from the team that faced Argentina XV last Saturday. In the forwards, Mario Sagario will bring his experience from his 57 caps earned at tight head prop.  Juan Manuel Gaminara, who captained the World Cup squad returns from injury in that role at flanker. In the first two matches, No.8 Alejandro Nieto had that role. In the front row joining Sagario at prop is…

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February 17, 2017 Chile v Argentina XV: Americas Rugby Championship Preview Doug Coil Chile hosts Argentina XV on Saturday at Talcahuano in Concepción. Kick-off is scheduled for 6:00pm (4pm ET) with the match broadcast on ESPN3. The match is uncapped, as the Argentina XV is not the official test side. According to Rugby American News, Chile prepared for the match against Argentina XV with coaches Mark Cross and Raúl Marín. Head Coach Bernard Charreyre was with the Chilean women’s Rugby 7’s team at the Sudamérica Women’s Rugby Sevens. Chile has shaken up their starters with 12 changes from their loss…

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February 17, 2017 Eagles Travel to Canada: Americas Rugby Championship Preview Doug Coil The USA Rugby Men’s Eagles travel to Burnaby, Canada for the third leg of the Americas Rugby Championship at Swangard Stadium on Saturday. The Eagles are tied for first place with Argentina XV with a 2-0 record and nine points in the standings. Canada is in third place with a 1-1 record and five points in the standings. The match may be see live in Canada on TSN GO at 8pm ET/5pm PT and also on The Rugby Channel. USA Men’s Eagles Head coach John Mitchell has made…

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February 12, 2017 Taylor Paris Hat Trick Leads Canada by Chile in Americas Rugby Championship Photo: Lorne Collicutt Doug Coil Canada beat Chile 36-15 on Saturday February 11 at Westhills Stadium, Langford, BC. in the second round of the Americas Rugby Championship. In other matches, the Eagles beat Brazil 51-3 at Dell Diamond Stadium in Round Rock (Austin), Texas and Argentina XV beat Uruguay 57-12 at Estadio Villa Mitre, Bahía Blanca. The standings after round two find Argentina and the USA with 9 points, Canada with 5, Brazil with 4 points, Uruguay 1 point, and Chile with 0 points. In…

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February 12, 2017 Argentina XV Gets Bonus Point Win over Uruguay in Americas Rugby Championship Photo: Gaspa Fotos Doug Coil Argentina XV beat Uruguay 57-12 Saturday February 11 at Estadio Villa Mitre, Bahía Blanca. In other matches, Canada beat Chile 36-15 at Westhills Stadium, Langford, BC and the Eagles beat Brazil 51-3 at Dell Diamond Stadium in Round Rock (Austin), Texas . The standings after round one find Argentina and the USA with 9 points, Canada with 5, Brazil with 4 points, Uruguay 1 point, and Chile with 0 points. In the first round, Argentina XV beat Canada 20-6, the…

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February 12, 2017 Eagles Race by Brazil in Americas Rugby Championship Win Photo: Travis Prior Doug Coil The Eagles beat Brazil 51-3 at Dell Diamond Stadium in Round Rock (Austin), Texas on Saturday February 11, 2017 with the match being broadcast live on The Rugby Channel. The USA trained at the Austin Huns field on Nixon Lane, Austin, Texas this past week in preparation for the match against Brazil. There will also be a training and autograph session at the field with the Eagles on Tuesday, February 14 from 3:30-4:30pm CT. In other matches, Canada beat Chile 36-15 at Westhills…

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February 9, 2017 USA v Brazil Preview: Americas Rugby Championship Doug Coil The second round of the Americas Rugby Championship will take place on Saturday February 11 with Argentina XV playing Uruguay at Estadio Villa Mitre, Bahía Blanca at 7.10pm (local time). The other matches have USA facing Brazil at Dell Diamond, Round Rock, (Austin) Texasat 6.10pm CT and Canada facing Chile at Westhills Stadium, Langford, BC. at 5.10pm PT. In the first round, Argentina XV beat Canada 20-6, the USA won 29-23 over Uruguay and Brazil beat Chile 17-3. For a recap of the matches read Recap Round 1 .…

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February 9, 2017 Canada v Chile Preview: Americas Rugby Championship Doug Coil The second round of the Americas Rugby Championship will take place on Saturday February 11 with Argentina XV playing Uruguay at Estadio Villa Mitre, Bahía Blanca at 7.10pm (local time). The other matches have USA facing Brazil at Dell Diamond, Round Rock, (Austin) Texasat 6.10pm CT and Canada facing Chile at Westhills Stadium, Langford, BC. at 5.10pm PT. In the first round, Argentina XV beat Canada 20-6, the USA won 29-23 over Uruguay and Brazil beat Chile 17-3. For a recap of the matches read Recap Round 1 The…

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February 9, 2017 Argentina XV v Uruguay Preview: Americas Rugby Championship Doug Coil The second round of the Americas Rugby Championship will take place on Saturday February 11 with Argentina XV playing Uruguay at Estadio Villa Mitre, Bahía Blanca at 7.10pm (local time). The other matches have USA facing Brazil at Dell Diamond, Round Rock, (Austin) Texas at 6.10pm CT and Canada facing Chile at Westhills Stadium, Langford, BC. at 5.10pm PT. In the first round, Argentina XV beat Canada 20-6, the USA won 29-23 over Uruguay and Brazil beat Chile 17-3. For a recap of the matches read Recap Round…

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February 6, 2017 Americas Rugby Championship 2017 Recaps, Round 1 Doug Coil Brazil v Chile – Feb. 3 Brazil opened the 2017 Americas Rugby Championship with a 17-3 win in a rainy match at the Pacembú Stadium in São Paulo, Brazil. A crowd of 5,002 spectators, witness a match with numerous handling errors and stringent defenses. Matías Nordenflycht slotted a penalty kick for a 3-0 lead, the only points scored during the first 53 minutes of the match. At the 54th minute, Brazil elected not to tie the match with a penalty kick and kicked to touch for a lineout.…

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February 4, 2017 Eagles Defeat Uruguay in Americas Rugby Championship Opener Doug Coil The Americas Rugby Championship will feature matches between Argentina XV, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Uruguay and the United States. These matches will began on Friday, February 3 and will end on March 4. This weekend’s matches had Brazil hosting Chile in the opening ARC 2017 match at Pacaembu Stadium in Sáo Paulo, Brazil and securing a 17-3 win over Chile. The match was broadcast on ESPN Brazil, steamed on ESPN3 and replayed on delay on The Rugby Channel. On Saturday, February 4, the USA Men’s Eagles played Uruguay…

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February 2, 2017 USA Men’s Eagles v Uruguay: Americas Rugby Championship 2017 Doug Coil The Americas Rugby Championship will feature matches between Argentina XV, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Uruguay and the United States. These matches will begin on Friday, February 3 and end on March 4. This weekend’s matches will feature Brazil hosting Chile in the opening ARC 2017 match at Pacaembu Stadium in Sáo Paulo, Brazil. The match will kick off at 8:15pm local time (5:15pm ET) and be broadcast on ESPN Brazil. The match will also be steamed on ESPN3 (http://www.watchespn.com). On Saturday, February 4, the USA Men’s Eagles…

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