GRR: Charlotte Tigers
Less than two weeks remain for registration for the Carolina Ruggerfest in Charlotte.
Currently 79 teams are registered in seven brackets from U10 to High School (boys and girls) from 13 states as well as Canada.
Today capped the end of a rugby exchange between the USA and Laos, with a group of coaches and player-coaches visiting Lao rugby clubs and cultural sights to make a connection between the two countries.
The Charlotte Tigers followed up on their 3rd-place finish at the Boys HS Rugby National Championships with a 48-24 defeat of the Raleigh Redhawks to win the North Carolina state HS club championships.
The Tigers B side also won the Tier 2 championship.
If you want a great high school rugby team, start in elementary schools—then work at it over time.
The Charlotte Tigers defeated the Raleigh Redhawks 41-35 Saturday to secure the top seed in the North Carolina Youth Rugby Boys HS Club playoffs.
The Tigers benefited from some solid work from twins Drius and Donovan Law, who had just been off with the Eagle Impact Rugby Academy team in the Tropical 7s.