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USA down Canada 51-34 in 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Canada and the USA combined for 12 tries as the USA claimed a 51-34 win over Canada at Swangard Stadium in the third game of the 2017 Americas Rugby Championship. Mike Te'o had a hat-trick for the USA while Canada got tries from Taylor Paris (2), George Barton, Phil Mack and Admir Cejvanovic.

"They were the better team," Canada's head coach Mark Anscombe said. "They protected the ball and attacked better than us."


Australian Rugby community in mourning after passing of former Wallaby Dan Vickerman

Australian Rugby Union (ARU) and the Rugby Union Players' Association (RUPA) are shocked and deeply saddened to learn of the tragic passing of former Wallabies, Brumbies and NSW Waratahs lock, Dan Vickerman. Vickerman passed away at his family home in Sydney overnight. He was just 37 years of age.

The giant lock played 63 Tests for the Wallabies in an international Rugby career spanning a decade from 2002-2011. His final Test appearance was the 2011 Rugby World Cup semi-final against New Zealand in Auckland.


India bag silver at Women's Asian Rugby Sevens

India won the silver medal at the women's Asian Rugby Sevens Trophy having won five matches and lost one here on Saturday.

In the seven-nation round-robin competition, India defeated Laos 22-7, Philippines 12-5, Nepal 43-0 and Malaysia by 26-12. On the second day, India defeated Pakistan by 5-0 and in the last match were beaten by South Korea by 0-29.


Canada’s Men’s Rugby Team looks for first win against USA since 2013

Canada’s Senior Men’s Head Coach Mark Anscombe has made five changes to his starting roster ahead of Saturday’s Americas Rugby Championship clash against the USA at Swangard Stadium in Burnaby.

Rob Brouwer, Ray Barkwill, Reegan O’Gorman, Phil Mack and Robbie Povey all come into the starting XV. It will mark O’Gorman and Povey’s first test starts for Canada. 


Reece Hodge re-signs with Australian Rugby until the end of 2020

Rising star Reece Hodge has re-committed to Australian Rugby and the Melbourne Rebels, signing through until the end of 2020. The 22-year old enjoyed a dream year in 2016 after bursting onto the professional scene, making his debut for both the Melbourne Rebels and the Qantas Wallabies.

The versatile back now becomes the first Wallaby to re-sign beyond the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan.


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