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Lost Luncheon Speakers Confirmed: Places Going Fast

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Lost Luncheon Speakers Confirmed: Places Going Fast

The 2021 Lost Luncheon will be at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington DC.

The speakers for the Lost Afternoon Luncheon October 22 in Washington DC have been confirmed.

The Lost Afternoon Luncheon, this year held at the Mayflower Hotel, is a grand tradition on the American rugby calendar and is a great way for lovers of the game to support the US Rugby Foundation and hear from some of the luminaries of the game.

This year's speaker list includes:

USA Men’s 15s National Team Head Coach Gary Gold

  • Major League Rugby Commissioner George Killebrew
  • Former United States Eagles captain Blaine Scully
  • Director of the North America Youth Rugby Referee Program Ken Fraine
  • Former DC Old Glory and Rugby World Cup Champion South African Springbok, Tendai Mtawarira

Register for the Lost Luncheon Today while there is still space

One of the traditions of the Lost Afternoon Luncheon is the raffle and silent auctions of some great autographed rugby and baseball memorabilia. This year is no exception. Among the items being raffled off are:

  • USA replica jerseys autographed by: the Eagles team to face the All Blacks; the men’s and women’s US Olympic teams; and current and past US players
  • New Zealand All Blacks replica jerseys autographed by many of the current All Blacks on this tour and past All Blacks including, Ma’a Nonu, Kieran Read, Richie McCaw, the 2002 All Blacks Team, and the 2005 All Blacks Grand Slam Team
  • Baseballs autographed by some of Major League Baseball’s biggest stars including Clayton Kershaw, Miguel Cabrera, Kris Bryant, Buster Posey and Fernando Tatis, Jr.
  • A custom-made jersey signed by all of the victorious Rugby World Cup-winning captains will be on the auction block.


Join the United States Rugby Foundation at the Lost Afternoon Luncheon in Washington, DC at the Mayflower Hotel on Friday, October 22nd and stay to see the USA take on New Zealand in the 1874 at FedEx Field on Saturday, with the Army vs Navy game as a curtain-raiser.