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Topic - Rugby
Rugby, welcome back to the Bay Area.
Entry signs on roads approaching the town center are adorned with the word "Believe." Paving stones in the town's busy high streets have been painted blue in the team's colors and decorated with messages of support.
There is a youth movement on this season's North Dakota Class B all-state boys basketball team.
Penn State has suspended its men's rugby team amid claims two players torched the team's storage shed and an investigation that revealed what police call the team's discontent with its coach.
The strains of 'God Save The Queen' have died down by the time a local businessman, standing on a 10-foot-high plinth in the middle of a town-center car park, tosses a leather ball into a vast sea of bodies.
Daniel Adongo is finally starting to feel comfortable with the Colts.
Daniel Adongo has never played a down of American football, has watched only a few games on television and he tends to fidget with his helmet.
Rugby in America is a rare and exciting athletic spectacle, a contact sport played without pads or helmets, often with bigger hits than football. The level of athletic intensity, physical fitness and mental courage required to play rugby is considerable.
South Africa's national soccer and rugby teams will play on the same day at the former World Cup showpiece stadium in Soweto to honor Nelson Mandela, bringing together the country's two most popular sports that once portrayed its racial divisions.
The man who turned Jonny Wilkinson into the best kicker in world rugby could prove to be a key factor in Luke Donald's quest to end his major drought this summer.
A suspended rugby player says he's ready to quit the sport if his outspoken comments against the International Rugby Board lead to better treatment for second-tier teams.
Ox and his mates are hitting the road to watch their beloved All Blacks play in the Rugby World Cup, making a trip they've been working on for months.
The initial World Cup legacy of staging the first World Cup in Africa is rising ticket prices and an uncertain future for the new stadiums in South Africa.