All Blacks vs USA: Boston Watch Party/Combine Hosts Sought

All Blacks vs USA: Boston Watch Party/Combine Hosts Sought

October 23, 2014

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The All Blacks are coming and we have two announcements surrounding the event to fill you in on. One is the watch party set up by the Mystic River Club for the Boston area. The other comes from USA Rugby who are looking for clubs to host player combines surrounding the match.


The OFFICIAL watch party for the game in Boston hosted by Mystic River Rugby Club!!

If you can't make it to Chicago, this will be the next best thing. Ned Devine's will have the match on it's GIANT 10 FOOT projection screens with full surround sound! There will be lot's of raffle giveaways including authentic USA Eagles and All Blacks jerseys and Ned Devine's will provide free food.
And since it is Halloween weekend, Mystice will have a halftime costume contest for his and her best costumes!

FREE ENTRY... FREE FOOD... and WARMER than Soldier's Field!!
*This is a 21+ event

Ned Devine's Irish Pub
Faneuil Hall
Quincy Marketplace Building
Boston, Massachusetts

Details on Facebook



USA Rugby is seeking out senior clubs and/or unions to host club player combine events in November to capitalize on the increased exposure of rugby surrounding the All Blacks match.

Below is a message from Erik Greb, the Club Department Manager for USA Rugby:

Greetings,
 
In order to benefit Club Rugby during the attention paid to the USA vs. New Zealand match in Chicago, the USA Rugby Club Department is seeking out senior clubs and/or unions to host club player combine events. These combines will be advertised on usarugby.org in the lead-up to the event, on the event's day, and during the immediate aftermath of the event. One of the goals of these combines is to attract crossover athletes into the game of rugby, with a particular emphasis on landing these athletes in senior clubs around the country. Exceptional athletes may even be considered for invitation to High Performance camps and assemblies. Hosting Clubs will have leeway to do more with their events than is detailed in the hosting application, but the application does outline minimum requirements for hosting.
 
In exchange for promotion of their combine, Hosting Clubs are expected to follow the guidelines as detailed in the application at this link:
http://www.jotformpro.com/form/42896552717972
 
Of course, clubs are always welcome to independently promote themselves with combines, camps, etc. throughout the year. However, hosting a player combine through the application process in the link above ensures that hosting clubs receive promotion around the All Blacks match in exchange for following a defined set of guidelines. It is expected that the All Blacks match will bring an unprecedented amount of attention to usarugby.org and onto the sport itself in the United States.
 
Cheers,

Erik
Club Department Manager
USA Rugby

egeib@usarugby.org
720-508-8009