EPRU News - The Rugby Report - October 5th, 2018

Swarthmore College WRFC Seeking Head Coach

Swarthmore College Women's Rugby is accepting applications for the position of Head Coach. Interested applicants should send their resume and a cover letter to Max Miller, Assistant Director of Athletics for Recreation & Wellness, at mmiller5atswarthmore [dot] edu.

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Whitemarsh and White Horse Face-off in First Match of the Season

Playing their first game in Division 2 of the Mid-Atlantic Conference, Phoenixville looked to make it clear that the promotion was well-deserved. Whitemarsh, on the other hand, hoped to show that, despite a slow preseason and a myriad of new faces breaking the starting XV, the club had not lost a step from their previous season.

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2019 World Vintage Rugby Carnival

MARS (The Middle Aged Rugby Side) from the Mid-Atlantic is looking for players to join them at 2019 World Vintage Rugby Carnival in the Fiji Islands on November 10-17, 2019. Contact Tour Coordinator Jason Ulikowski at jason [dot] ulikowskiatgmail [dot] com for more information. 

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USA Rugby Level 200 & World Rugby Level 1 Coaching Clinic

USA Rugby is hosting a Level 200 & World Rugby Level 1 coaching clinic and certification on November 17, 2018 in Aberdeen, MD. The registration deadline is Wednesday, November 14. There is a $125 registration fee. 

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Philly Women Kick Off Fall Season

Philadelphia Women's Rugby kicked off their official season with two big W’s as D3 defeated Lehigh Valley 47-12 and D1 defeated Albany 31-5. 

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