Eagle Impact Teams To Ontario

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While there's an Eagle Impact Rugby Academy team in Ireland, and another two that played series in British Columbia, yet another group is crossing a border, this time in Ontario.

Coach Brendan Keane is taking two squads, a U17/U18 group and a U16 group to play Ontario U16s and U18s in three games this coming week.
 
The EIRA teams feature several players from the FloRugby Hot List, but for some this is a chance to put their hands up for later selections.

EIRA and Ontario will play under both age groups on Tuesday, July 25, July 27, and July 29.

EIRA U17s/U18s For Ontario


First Last Team State
Tomas Alsenas Christian Brothers High School TN
Liam Andersen Morris Rugby NJ
Maximillian Clark   UK
Jared Cordova Ft. Hunt VA
Samuel Fisher North Central IN
Aidan Gallagher Chapel Hill Highlanders NC
Matthew Gelhaus Walnut Hills OH
Andrei Golding Ft. Hunt VA
Lewis Gray Jupiter Sharks FL
George Heard Vienna VA
Tyler Heer Culver Academies CA
Zachary Hylton Charlotte Catholic NC
Eshaan Kaul Granite Bay Rugby CA
Cian Messner Penn HS IN
Hugo Meyjonade St.Thomas Aquinas FL
Douglas Mitchell Granite Bay CA
Francisco Morano Peccoud Okapi Wanders FL
Charlie Overton Staples CT
Max Palmer Katy Barbarians TX
Travis Preston Fort Hunt Warriors VA
Braden Ramsey Lake Travis TX
Tarshawn Reed Union County Lions NC
James Reed III Charlotte Tigers NC
Matthew Start Myers Park HS NC
Adam Taylor Ft. Hunt VA
Iason Terezis Penn High School IN
Chad Tiernan Cardinal Gibbons FL
Adam Zareb Avon Black Swarm IN
Ultan Horrigan Georgetown Prep DC

EIRA U16s For Ontario


First Last Team State
David Afaese Penn HS IN
Gramoz Bici Greenwich High School CT
David Boatwright West Pines Wolfhounds AZ
Casey Burr Prince William VA
Marco Caramanico MRFC Academy Boys NY
Gavin Cunningham Clayton Rugby NC
Dakota Duncan Fishers High School IN
Blake Ecklund Arapahoe CO
Alexander Kennach Penn HS IN
Donovan Law Charlotte Tigers NC
Darius Law Charlotte Tigers NC
Francisco Liguori Greenwich High School CT
Jacob Line Orlando FL
Charles Martel Bethesda Roosters MD
Juan Molinari Gonzaga HS DC
Damian Morley Play Rugby USA Academy NY
Jake Pretorius Roswell GA
Henri Ross-Pelat Play Rugby USA Academy NY
Aidan Smith Xavier High School NY
Dominic Tianga St. Thomas Aquinas FL
Philip Tracey Dayton Northern Force OK
Elijah Valle Jupiter Sharks FL
Peyton Wall Leo High School Rugby IN
Michael Wilder Charlotte Tigers NC
Collin Willsey Twin City Tornados / Chicago Blaze IL
Matthew Zaudtke Georgetown Prep DC


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