Rugby Football Club

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Drop Kick
... A drop kick is a type of kick in various codes of football ... kicks are most importantly used as a method of restarting play and scoring points in rugby union and rugby league ... Association football goalkeepers also often return the ball to play with drop kicks ...
Loyola College In Maryland - Athletics - Rugby Football Club
... The Loyola College Rugby Football Club is the men's rugby union team that represents Loyola College in the Mid-Atlantic Rugby Football Union ... The club is composed of over 50 student-athletes, alumni volunteers, and professional trainers ... LCRFC continues to be the oldest and most active club sport at the college ...
Rugby Quebec - Men's Quebec Champions
1957 — Montreal Barbarians 1958 — Montreal Irish Rugby Football Club 1959 — Montreal Irish Rugby Football Club 1960 — 1961 — 1962 — 1963 ...
Shreveport Rugby Football Club - History
... Steve Timmons, and Bill Gallien, The Shreveport Rugby Football Club was off the ground with a trail blazing 0–3 record ... Things have changed since the inception of the club, with many new faces and families entering and leaving the Shreveport/Bossier Rugby Scene ... Currently, Shreveport Rugby Football Club plays an 18 match season, and travels to Tournaments throughout the Southeastern United States ...
Corpus Christi Rugby Football Club
... Corpus Christi Rugby Football Club (CCRFC) is a member of the Texas Rugby Union, an affiliate of the Western Rugby Union, as well as USA Rugby ... That year, the first Texas Rugby Union Championships was held in Corpus Christi ... play in the TRU Division III South along with McAllen Rugby Football Club, Alamo City Rugby Football Club, Galveston Rugby Football Club, University of Houston RFC, and St ...

Famous quotes containing the words club and/or football:

    We have ourselves to answer for.
    “Jennie June” Croly 1829–1901, U.S. founder of the woman’s club movement, journalist, author, editor. Demorest’s Illustrated Monthly and Mirror of Fashions, pp. 24-5 (January 1870)

    In football they measure forty-yard sprints. Nobody runs forty yards in basketball. Maybe you run the ninety-four feet of the court; then you stop, not on a dime, but on Miss Liberty’s torch. In football you run over somebody’s face.
    Donald Hall (b. 1928)