The United States confirmed its roster for the July window


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The United States confirmed its roster for the July window

The United States confirmed the list of 30 players to face the international window in July. The Eagles, who will face England (July 4 at Twickenham) and Ireland (July 10 at Aviva Stadium), will be captained by AG MacGinty.

The list of summoned by the South African Head Coach, Gary Gold, will have as captain the opening of Sale Sharks, AJ Mac Ginty, and It will be made up of 22 players who play in Major League Rugby., 10 of which could make their official debut with the North American team’s jersey on this tour.

It will be the first time that the US national team will meet after their participation in the Rugby World Cup 2019. In this regard, the coach noted: “It has been a difficult road for us in terms of organizing travel logistics and reducing this list of 30 players. but I’m excited to see these guys perform in July. What we’ve seen in the MLR has had an immeasurable impact on our ability to select players, who have the talent and ability to compete at a high level. “

After the July window, the Eagles will have rest until September, at which time they will come together again with a view to the matches against Canada, for a place in the 2023 World Cup in France.

US roster for international window

Forwards: David Ainu’u, Nate Brakeley, Nick Civetta, Cam Dolan, Jameson Faanana Schultz, Mikey Sosene Feagai, Hanco Germishuys, Andrew Guerra *, Riekert Hattingh *, Titi Lamositele, Siaosi Mahoni, Paul Mullen, Greg Peterson, Kapeli Pifeleti, Joe Taufete ‘e, Chance Wenglewski, Psalm Wooching.

Backs: Michael Baska *, Marcel Brache, Luke Carty *, Bryce Campbell, Ryan Rees *, Ryan James *, Mike Dabulas *, Ruben De Haas, Will Hooley, Mika Kruse *, AJ MacGinty (C), Conner Mooneyham *, Mike Te ‘ or.

*: Beginners.


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