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Save The Date:  Registration  October 14

Save The Date: Registration October 14

WANDO RUGBY PLAYER REGISTRATION SAT OCT 14 @ 10:00am - 12:00pm Cario Middle School   Team Overview Wando Rugby is a club with two teams (A & B) We are planning to field a C team (based on player registration), giving all players ample playing time All students...

Wando RFC Wins Second Straight State Title

By Frankie Mansfield - Moultrie News The answer began to roll off the tongue of Tod Shepherd before the question was finished being asked. “Are ya’ll trying to build a dynasty?” someone half-jokingly called out to the Wando rugby coach as he exited the pitch at Spring...

2017 Season Update:  Wando A Squad Leads RSC Standings

2017 Season Update: Wando A Squad Leads RSC Standings

Midway through the 2017 Season, Wando A leads Division 1 standings in the Rugby South Carolina League while the B Team is looking strong in Division 2. GAME SCORES Scores: * are MSIRL matrix games also. A-team *Wando 7 vs Charlotte Tigers 15 Wando 38 vs Bishop England...

Wando RFC Joins Eight Team Invitational Rugby League

From The Goff Rugby Report A new Boys HS league is being set up in the Southeast, with nine teams from North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia committing to play in the new competition. The idea behind the Mid-South Invitational Rugby League is to give top teams...

WANDO RUGBY WINS 2016 RSC STATE CHAMPIONSHIP!

WANDO RUGBY WINS 2016 RSC STATE CHAMPIONSHIP!

Wando defeated South Greenville to win the 2016 Cambria Cup, the Rugby South Carolina Championship. Charlie van Vliet let a few blades of grass fall to gauge the wind before deciding he needed a better angle. Aligned on the far left side of the field with an increasingly strong gust blowing from left to right, Wando’s left-footed kicker knew it was going to be tight. The junior scrumhalf slid the tee back seven yards to the 32-yard line hoping to slice the wind and bend his kick through the uprights.

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