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Completed, Apr 1, 2017
 

Austin Huns vs. Utah Select XV

  1. Austin Elite Signs Hyardet As New Head Coach

    Austin Elite Signs Hyardet As New Head Coach

    Sep 12, 2017

    Courtesy of Austin Elite Rugby
  2. Throwback Thursday: USA Rugby Referee Gets Folded

    Throwback Thursday: USA Rugby Referee Gets Folded

    Apr 27, 2017

    Derek Summers is no stranger to getting hit on the rugby field. As a former Northeastern State rugger, Summers once again found himself on the receiving end of a tackle, albeit accidentally, while officiating the Glendale Raptors' 45-13 road win over the Austin Huns in the Major Rugby Championship on Saturday.
  3. Top 5 Plays Of The Week

    Top 5 Plays Of The Week

    Apr 6, 2017

    Note: Every week we will be doing the top 5 plays from the previous week. If you think your play is top 5 worthy tag us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, use #FloRugby, and maybe you will see your play in the top 5.
  4. Man Of The Match: Austin Huns, Sani Taylor

    Man Of The Match: Austin Huns, Sani Taylor

    Apr 4, 2017

    Man Of The Match - 4/1/17
  5. Austin Huns Knock Off Utah Select XV To Keep Perfect Home Record Intact

    Austin Huns Knock Off Utah Select XV To Keep Perfect Home Record Intact

    Apr 4, 2017

    In a busy day for rugby in Texas' state capitol, the Austin Huns not only captured their third win in the Major Rugby Competition with a hard-fought 48-22 victory over Utah Select XV on Saturday but also remained undefeated at home this season.
  6. Preview: Austin Huns Host Utah Select XV In Major Rugby Championship Battle

    Preview: Austin Huns Host Utah Select XV In Major Rugby Championship Battle

    Mar 30, 2017

    The Austin Huns are set to host some of Utah's top rugby talent in a Major Rugby Championship matchup at Nixon Lane on Saturday, April 1. The Huns, who have lost just twice this year, are looking to continue their winning ways against Utah Select XV after posting back-to-back blowout victories over New Orleans Rugby (91-8) and the Dallas Harlequins (89-5) in March.