Wales, Barbarians Set For Emotional Farewells

When the Barbarians take on Wales in Cardiff for a fixture on November 30th, the rugby universe will see the final professional acts from some of the game's greatest individuals. 

Four legends of the game - South Africans Tendai "The Beast" Mtawarira and Schalk Brits, Ireland's Rory Best, and Wales coach Warren Gatland - will partake in the match before moving on to new chapters of their lives. 

Watch the Barbarians take on Wales on November 30th here on FloRugby!

Mtwarira and Brits will be on a World Cup honeymoon, after their Springbok side recently won the World Cup. The two men have been amazing stewards for the sport, and are sure to receive huge standing ovations from the Cardiff crowd. 

Welsh fans have seen plenty of Rory Best throughout his career, the 124-test hooker having played countless times against the Welsh, beating them on a number of occasions. 

He has been at the forefront of an extremely special period of rugby for Ireland, and he will receive the warmest of send-offs. 

Lastly, and most importantly to the Welsh, coach Warren Gatland will lead out the Barbarians against his former side. 


Gatland has been a huge beacon of light for Wales, dragging them from the depths of a miserable 2007 World Cup exit to three Grand Slams, two World Cup semi-finals, another Six Nations title, and a world number 1 ranking. 

He has restored pride in the red jersey once again, and it goes without saying he will be extremely missed. Anticipate the most heartfelt ovation from Welsh fans, who will wish the legendary coach all the best as he moves back to his native New Zealand in pursuit of new opportunities. 

Men's DII Collegiate Semifinal Preview

The men's DII collegiate field will be trimmed from its last four teams to its last two on Saturday, when Wisconsin-Whitewater, Missouri S&T, Norwich University, and Queens University compete in the DII semifinals. 

DIAA National Championship Preview

null

So different, yet so alike are Western Michigan and Iowa Central Community College. 

Women's DII Collegiate Semifinal Preview

Four teams remain standing in Women's DII rugby this fall, and by Sunday afternoon there will be just one. 

Schedule: USAR Fall College Championships

This weekend we reach the conclusion of what's been a highly competitive fall campaign of rugby across four divisions - Men's DIAA, Women's DI, and Men's and Women's DII. 

Upright Rouge Women Bring NY Collegiate 7s Title Back To Canada

An incredible late comeback in the final from the Upright Rugby Rouges led the girls to a championship in the Collegiate bracket at this weekend's New York 7s. 

NYAC Boys Dominate NY Collegiate 7s

Nobody was more dominant at the New York 7s this past weekend than the NYAC collegiate side. 

Lions Academy: 2019 NY 7s Men's Premier Champs

The Lions Academy fought off two huge comeback efforts in the semifinals and finals of the New York 7s to take home the Men's Premier Cup championship. 

Atlantis Women Take Home NY 7s Premier Cup

Atlantis swept the field at the New York 7s over the weekend to win the Women's Premier competition. 

Who's Impressed In Men's Club D2 This Fall?

While there are still a number of teams that won't begin their D2 seasons until the spring, we still had plenty of action this fall across the Midwest, the Northeast, and the Middle Atlantic regions. 

Cheslin Kolbe Wants Olympic 7s Gold

World Cup winner Cheslin Kolbe said on Monday he would love to win the Olympic rugby sevens gold medal at Tokyo 2020 after he capped off an impressive year, clinching the Top 14 player of the season award.