1. The 5 Best Women's Rugby Shorts

    The 5 Best Women's Rugby Shorts

    Jun 4, 2020

    Having a comfortable pair of rugby shorts can greatly impact one’s performance during training and games. When choosing shorts, you want to take into consideration the fit and the durability, especially if you’re going to be in the scrum. The last thing you would want is for your shorts to rip during a scrum because the fabric was not durable enough. In addition to the durability, you want to make sure the shorts are breathable and comfortable for tackling, running, and potentially kicking. If you’re in the market for a new pair of shorts, here are five different types of shorts that you can check out:

  2. Rugby vs Soccer: Former SEC Soccer Player Compares The Two

    Rugby vs Soccer: Former SEC Soccer Player Compares The Two

    Jun 4, 2020

    One of the great things about rugby is that it's a multi-skilled sport which lends itself well to crossover athletes. Particularly in a sports-mad country like the United States, we see tons of players seamlessly make the transition from other sports to rugby. 

  3. What Is Rugby Sevens & How Did It Get Started?

    What Is Rugby Sevens & How Did It Get Started?

    May 27, 2020

    Somewhere, someday, somebody in 19th century thought to themselves, "Hmm, rugby would be a lot cooler if there were less players and more space to work with." The solution to this pondering was the invention of rugby sevens, which as the name would suggest, involves two teams of sevens playing on the same size pitch as a standard rugby game. 

  4. Rugby Rules 101: The Scrum

    Rugby Rules 101: The Scrum

    May 5, 2020

    What does it mean when someone throws around the terms "lineout" or "scrum"? And no, a scrum is not when a mosh pit of football or basketball players fight for a loose ball. These are specific rugby terms, and they refer to what are known as "set pieces" in a rugby game. 

  5. Rugby vs Football: Which Is More Dangerous?

    Rugby vs Football: Which Is More Dangerous?

    May 5, 2020

    As far as team sports go, rugby and football are probably the two most physical when it comes to collisions and impact on the body. While both games have implemented rules over the years to make play safer, there is still an inherit risk we take every time we step onto the field to play either rugby or football. 

  6. Youth Sports Leaders Form PLAY Sports Coalition

    Youth Sports Leaders Form PLAY Sports Coalition

    May 2, 2020

    PLAY Sports Coalition Press Release