South Africa won the 2014 Emirates Airline Dubai Sevens Cup final for the first time since 2008, defeating Australia 33-7 in a clinical display of sevens rugby, with Kwagga Smith putting in a commanding performance in attack and defense. Fiji beat New Zealand for third place. Photos by DeepSouthRugby.net’s photographer Jim Rozek.
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2015 LA/DEEP SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL RUGBY SCHEDULE January: Saturday 17 Jesuit v Br. Martin @ City Park Miss @ St Paul scrimmage Lake Area v NOMMA scrimmage @ City Park Friday 23 Miss v. Jesuit @ Gretna 7:00pm Saturday 24 West Jeff v NOMMA @ Gretna Lake Area v Br. Martin @ City Park […]
USA Rugby South Panthers NACRA Title Team The following players from Birmingham were selected to be part of the USA Rugby South 15s select side that will compete for the North American and Caribbean Rugby Association 2015 title: Zach Blalock, Andrew Perkins, Brendan Smith. No other Louisiana. Mississippi, Alabama, or Florida Panhandle players were selected. […]
In early September, 2014, “This is American Rugby” made the followng pre-season prediction for the SCRC West Division: West: 1) LSU 2) Alabama 3) Auburn 4) Ole Miss 5) Mississippi State LSU was expected to have an easy time in the west division. The incoming class had considerable talent and after a frustrating […]
By Nick Conte Here is a recap of the meeting from last night of the High School 7s Organizers. These are the details decided upon by those in attendance. We will shortly cover this topic at the full high school coaches meeting next Thursday. Please pay attention to item 5 below. Our newest rugby entrepreneur, […]