Total Rugby: May 22, 2013
Checkout the biggest hits and collisions from Day 2 of the tournament, some hits are legal and others not so much.
Check out the top 5 scores from day 2 of the tournament as the women show off their skills and elusiveness.
New Zealand’s team captain, Huriana Manuel, discusses her team’s hard fought victory over Canada to win the Cup.
New Zealand won over Canada with a final score of 33-24. New Zealand never lead in the game until they were able to make a game changing try with just 3 minutes left. New Zealand took home both the Cup and the World Series title.
USA’s coach Ric Suggitt talks about his team’s close finish against Spain to win the Plate and discusses the upcoming World Cup.
The USA defeated Spain 17-12. USA and Spain were tied at the end of regulation but it was the USA team captain, Vanesha McGee, who got the final blow in overtime. New Zealand went on to win the Cup.
After losing to Canada in the cup semi-finals, the USA rallied back to get a win over France with a final score of 7-10
Playing against Canada in the quarter final, the USA lost with a final score of 5-19. Canada will advance to the cup semi-final and will face england.
Check out the top 5 scores from day 1 of the tournament.
Checkout the biggest hits and collisions from Day 1 of the tournament.
USA won their 3rd straight match with a final score of 5-10 over Australia. USA held off a last minute rally by Australia in the closing minutes of the game to get the win.
Team USA beat Spain with a final score of 17-5 after giving up a try in the final minutes of the game. Team USA improves their record to 2-0 on the day after defeating Brazil earlier.
In the opening minutes of the game, team USA kicked the ball to the opposing end of the field, recovered it, and scored to take the lead.
The USA blew out Brazil with a final score of 24-0. The USA came into this game ranked 4th in the standing and Brazil ranked 11th.
Total Rugby: May 15, 2013
American Eagle hooker Zach Test talks about winning the Man of the Match award.
The biggest bone crunching, brain rattling, hardest hits from this weekend’s IRB Rugby Sevens World Series event in London, England.
It pretty much all came down to speed as Dan Norton (ENG) and Tim Mikkelson (NZL) proved they could out match anyone else on the field.
New Zealand finishes in style beating Australia 47-12 to win their second Cup this season, but they never finished lower than 3rd, as they win their 11th World Series with a record 173 points.
New Zealand’s Coach, Gordon Tiet Jens, and Team Captain Tim Mikkelson talk about their London Cup and World Series win, and the World Cup yet to come.
After losing the Plate to team USA last time, Fiji gets the win today, after USA made too many mistakes. Though Carlin Isle scored a big one for the Eagles, the game ended with a score of 14-5.
In the Plate Semi-Final, Team USA does it again. For the second day in a row, USA defeated South Africa 22-5.
The American Eagle played a great game, but in the final play, Australia scored the final try to win the Cup Quarter Final 24-19.
Cecil Afrika returns from injury to South Africa’s Springbok for this season’s final stop of the Rugby Sevens World Series in London.
Total Rugby: May 8, 2013
Crazy fans, hard hits, and rough tackles — what’s not to like about the high speed game of Rugby Sevens?!
From awesome runs toamazing kicks, check out all the best scores of the Finals from Glasgow.
New Zealand may have scored enough points to win the World Series for an 11th time, but South Africa beats New Zealand for the third time in a Cup final this season, 28-21.
Argentina stuck around and played tough all game, but the United States managed to win their first Plate final of the season, 17-7.
For the second tournament in a row, the American Eagles defeated Fiji 22-7, as they advanced to the Plate Final while subsequently securing their core team status for next year.
South Africa gets their 25th victory over the USA in the Cup Quarter Final, as they move on to the Semi-Final, 22-5.
Total Rugby Live: May 1, 2013
Check out the hardest hits and roughest tackles of the finals.
From a great catch, to a brilliant chip and chase, to a surprise coast-to-coast score, watch the best of the finals.
After being blanked 0-12 in the first half, South Africa bounced back to defeat New Zealand 24-19 to win their second Cup of the season.
Acting USA captain Zack Test talks about Team USA’s biggest win of the season and the biggest since Hong Kong 2001.
The USA men’s 7s team shut out Scotland 17-0 to win the Plate at the Tokyo 7s, the first time they have won the Plate in a World Series tournament in 12 years.
In the Plate Semi-Final, Fiji led 19-7 in the first half, but as both teams began to run out of steam, it was USA in the second half that was able to take the win 21-19 and advance to the Plate Final.
In the Cup Quarter Finals, Team USA walked away with pride to a tight score by Zack Test, but speedster Carlin Isles was hit hard and forced to to leave the game, as New Zeland got the win 19-12.
From all the crazy fans to the fast scoring and pain hits and tackles, what’s not to love about Rugby 7s?
From an underdog coast-to-coast score, some amazing kicks and a last second game-winning try, watch the best of the Finals.
In the Cup final, it was a tale of two halves as Wales led 19-0 in the first and Fiji stormed back to win 26-19 in the second, winning their second Cup this season.
In the Bowl Semi-Final, Team USA led at the half, but then too many mistakes led to two Hong Kong tries, as they move on to the Bowl final 20-12.
In the Bowl Quarter Final, Team USA dominated early on and then survived Scotland’s comeback to win 21-12.
The defending champs, Wales, put an end to England’s nearly perfect run, scoring two tries and showering England with penalty kicks to win 30-3.
Italy looked like they had no chance of winning until they managed to get the only try of the entire game. ITA would go on to lose 18-11.
Team England defeated team Italy, 18 to 11. England led after the first half, 12-0 and managed to hold off a strong Italian surge in the second half. Team England remains undefeated and leads in the tournament.
In a sloppy game in the rain, Ireland scores 13 in the first half and then France answers back in the second to finish 13-13, as Ireland fails to increase their standing and France prevents a fourth straight loss.
With a record 13 penalty kicks between them Wales managed a victory 28-18 and scored the only try to improving to 3-1 while Scotland falls to 2-2.
Scotland defeated Ireland 12-8 with all Scotland’s points coming from their sure footed kicker, Greig Laidlaw. Scotland Improves their record to 2-1 in the tournament.
It turned out to be a losing effort, but that doesn’t prevent Wesley Fofana solo try from being the best score of the night
England improves to 3-0 as France falls to 0-3, giving up too many penalty kick at the end, 23-13.
It was a battle of penalty kicks until early in the second half when Wales managed two tries for the win 26-9, improving to 2-1, while Italy drops to 1-2.
In a hard fought game, England ultimately had the strength to defeat Ireland with a final score of 12-6. This was the first time England has won a Six Nation’s game in Dublin since 2003.
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