Tag Archives: Maxx Steinmetz

Sports
April 27, 2016

Rutland rugby triumphs despite tactical hiccups

By Maxx Steinmetz

Gawet Memorial Field in West Rutland was the venue this Saturday, April 23, where Rutland Rugby Football Club played host to Upper Valley Rugby Football Club.

Despite the newcomers to New England Rugby Football Union’s fourth division coming light on numbers, Upper…

Roosters strut their stuff at annual formal
Sports
February 2, 2016

Roosters strut their stuff at annual formal

By Flip Buttling

Dan Paolino was the recipient of the “Chuck T. Anderson Award” this year. The award is given to a player who demonstrates service to the club on and off the pitch.

By Maxx Steinmetz

To celebrate the 2015…

Rutland takes third place after attritional fall season
Sports
November 12, 2015

Rutland takes third place after attritional fall season

By Kate Troy

Rutland’s Dan Beauregard, carries the ball in an “eight-man pick” off the base of a scrum in Rutland’s third place victory.

By Maxx Steinmetz

New England Rugby Football Union’s (NERFU) fourth division held their end of season tournament…

Sports
November 4, 2015

History made at Rugby World Cup finals

14-year-old fan charges field, meets idol who gives up winning metal

By Maxx Steinmetz

Bronze final

The losers of the semifinal games, the Springboks of South Africa and Los Pumas of Argentina, got one last hurrah in this year’s world cup, as they played in…

Sports
October 30, 2015

Rugby World Cup champions to be crowded Halloween night

Final four narrowed to two

By Maxx Steinmetz

The final four countries left in the World Cup played for a berth into the final this past weekend. The Springboks (‘Bokke”) of South Africa faced the New Zealand All-Blacks, whilst the Wallabies of Australia took on…

Sports
October 23, 2015

Rugby World Cup quarterfinals in the books

By Maxx Steinmetz

The first of the knock out rounds is now over, and the battle between northern and southern hemispheres has been decided.

South Africa v. Wales

Wales was looking to have once again held off their adversary in a world cup match, despite…

Sports
October 16, 2015

Rugby World Cup pool stage comes to a close for USA

Quarterfinalists prepare, 12 teams out

By Maxx Steinmetz

The Tier 2 nations’ time in the limelight is now over, but it certainly not to be forgotten. In the last week of pool play they made sure that they left this year’s tournament as strongly as…

Rutland Roosters defeat visitors
Sports
October 8, 2015

Rutland Roosters defeat visitors

By Kate Troy

Fullback Nate Hickey begins a run that ended in a try against the visitors, Boston Ironsides.

By Maxx Steinmetz

After three weeks of disheartening defeats in New England Rugby Football Union’s fourth division, the Roosters of Rutland Rugby…

Sports
October 7, 2015

Rugby World Cup picture comes into focus

“Pool of death” solidifies; records set throughout

By Maxx Steinmetz

The second week of Rugby World Cup 2015 has been proving to be as exciting as to be expected, though no major upsets have taken place such as Georgia’s victory over Tonga and — more…