Dan Leo's film about the exploitation of Pacific Island rugby players is a must-view.
Released on Amazon Prime, the film, Oceans Apart, addresses how players from Samoa, Tonga, and Fiji are among the best in the world, and prop up many of the world's top professional and international teams, and yet there's no money or support for those specific rugby nations.
GRR posted this little video on Instagram and it’s getting some traction because rugby coaches, players, and fans get it.
It’s not that we’re against high-performance, or championships, or playing around the country. But the thing is, those things will be very difficult to pursue as we come back from the COVID-19 shutdowns.
This is an opinion column by GRR Editor Alex Goff.
The issue between Rugby PA and Berks County highlights an issue that will likely raise its head throughout the coming school year.
State Org Wants 7s Tournament Canceled
(This is an Op-Ed by Linda Smith)—Youth and high school rugby teams and organizations are trying to figure out a way to support the sport of rugby and keep their players safe and well in the midst of COVID.
How about some virtual playoffs?
With the D1A season ended and there being no playoffs for the 2019-2020 season, we can instead just speculate. Here goes:
Based on the seedings and the rules that conference champions host the first round, we seed the host teams first: