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Mang'u High School - Sports
... The Sports include Basketball, Football, Rugby, Swimming, Tennis, Decathlon, Volleyball and others ... The school has two rugby pitches, two basketball courts, a football pitch, a hockey pitch, an athletics track and a swimming pool ... The Basketball team is known as the 'Panthers' and have been the National Champions for many years ...
Sports In Portland, Oregon - Other Sports Teams
... Rugby League- Rose City Rugby League were formed in 2010 and are part of the AMNRL's Western Expansion ... Portland had a team (Portland LumberJax) in the National Lacrosse League ... Rugby union ...
Woodstock High School (New Brunswick) - Rugby Team
... Woodstock High's Thunder and Lady Thunder Rugby team were known better during the years when Woodstock High School was under the name of Warriors and Wildcats ... The Woodstock High School Rugby team is known, both for the men and ladies, to have one of the better sports reputations on campus ...
BYU Rugby - History
... The Brigham Young University Rugby Team was founded by John Seggar ... David Smyth, Mark Ormsby, and Dean Ormsby built up the BYU Rugby Team to compete for national championship honors ... This change in schedule and the team's affiliation with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints kept them from competing for a national championship because they would not ...
Truro And Penwith College - Sport
... The Penwith College Football team won the league and cup double in 2011-12, winning Division Two of the British Colleges’ Sport League and the Cornwall Schools’ FA under-18 Cup in two unbeaten ... The Truro and Penwith College Rugby Academy team reached the final of two international tournaments in 2012 ... lost 17-15 in the final of the Middle East Schools International Rugby Festival in Dubai, while winning the trophy for the most sporting team in the ...

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