Match Preview Bayou Hurricanes vs Blue Jay Rugby - 2017 State Final Rematch

From the Bayou Hurricanes: This is a big game for you guys with a chance to make a statement in the league. How are you and the guys getting ready? We are focusing on our style of play and really working on adding some new wrinkles. The boys are looking towards this big match this Saturday. They took hard losing to them in the State Final last year. They are ready for this challenge. Are they looking forward to it? Oh, yeah the crowd will be there to watch a great match by both clubs. What are some of your keys to success in this match? Well, I would say is to keep the ball out of our half of the field. Just try to keep ball in their half. Do you have any team leaders you want to highlight

Brother Martin 29 St. Paul 7

On a warm St Patrick's Day morning in City Park, Br Martin took on league rival St Paul. St Paul started the game in the Br Martin half of the field through hard charging runs and Br Martin penalties. After a few minutes, St Paul cracked the Crusader defense and scored first. The conversion was good and St Paul took a 7-0 lead. The Crusaders couldn't get out of their half of the field for a long stretch of the first half. Every time the Crusaders would seemingly make a positive play, it was negated by a penalty. The Crusaders remained patient and held their composure and finally reached the St Paul Try line. After a series of pick and goes, Senior Gus Heller put Br Martin on the board.

Blue Jays Host Dallas & Philadelphia Teams

This past weekend saw the Blue Jay Rugby Club host two out-of-state rugby teams, the Jesuit-Dallas Rangers Rugby team (a full varsity team) and LaSalle College Prep rugby (another varsity team) of Philadelphia. Our Blue Jays played LaSalle Thursday evening to a heartbreaking, last-minute loss, 19-17. The Blue Jays dominated the action throughout the match consistently enjoying both possession and territory. Early in the contest the Jays set the tone on defense, punishing the LaSalle runners with consistent and repeated double-tackles, the first being executed by seniors Zac Beckman and Patrick Gallagher, who drove a crashing LaSallian runner backward for a five meter loss. Immediately therea

NOLA Gold High School Combine

Hello Coaches! My name is Taylor Howden, Captain and Academy Coordinator of the NOLA Gold. Originally from Auckland, New Zealand, I moved to the USA in 2006 and have played and coached in all regions of the country. I have a passion for developing young rugby men and women and providing opportunities for young players to fulfill their sportin g potential. In this message, I would like to cordially invite you and your players to the first ever NOLA Gold High School Combine at Gretna Park on Sunday, March 4th. Our combine is designed to give young, local high school players an opportunity to be coached by former and current professional players coupled with the opportunity to be selected into

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