LISTEN: Dan Leo and Mike Umaga on Will Greenwood’s podcast | Rugby Union News

first_img– Advertisement – To listen to all that and much more, click play above for the latest edition of Will Greenwood’s Podcast! Could Rugby Union head the way of Rugby League and place players on report instead of red carding them?Greenwood and Cox also preview the weekend’s Autumn Nations Cup Tests, as Ireland face Wales in Dublin on Friday, before England play Georgia at Twickenham, Scotland travel to face Italy and France play host to Fiji across the weekend.The bulk of our episode this week is a conversation with special guests Dan Leo and Mike Umaga, however, as the pair discuss the plight of the Pacific Nations, their work for ‘Pacific Rugby Welfare’, and their soon to be released film/documentary called ‘Oceans Apart’.- Advertisement – First up on this week’s episode, Cox and Greenwood review Round 2 of the Tri-Nations and the Wallabies’ dramatic 24-22 victory over the All Blacks in Brisbane, as well as looking forward to Round 3 of the competition.Our team also discuss the red cards dished out to New Zealand prop Ofa Tu’ungafasi and Australia flanker Lachlan Swinton – were they harsh? Or were they absolutely right?- Advertisement – ​​​​​​Will Greenwood and Rupert Cox discuss the Tri-Nations and red cards, preview the Autumn Nations Cup, and chat to special guests Dan Leo and Mike Umaga on the plight of the Pacific Nations…- Advertisement –

Cardinals And Pirates Split Middle School Games

first_imgThe St. Louis 7th grade boys basketball team lost to the host GreensburgJunior high Pirates 63-25 Tuesday evening.Thomas Raver was leading scorer for the Cardinals followed by Abe Streator, CJ Grote, Cody Mohr and a Ryan Reder. St. Louis was able to put in a great 1st quarter matching the starters for Greensburg but the shots started raining in for the home team and the deficit was too great to overcome midway through the second half.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Jim Mohr.The St. Louis Cardinals 8th grade team travelled to Greensburg Tuesday to play the host Greensburg Pirates 48-32.The Cardinals came off the long holiday break ready to play as they scored 18 points in the first quarter to take a 18-7 lead.  They extended the lead in the second quarter and took a 31-18 lead going into the lock room.  After the break, St Louis came out of the lock room playing some good defense as they held Greensburg to only 3 points in the 3rd quarter and then went on to win by the final score of 48-32.Overall the Cardinals showed good ball movement on offense which allowed them to get some easy buckets and played a very stifling defense for the entire game.The scoring for St. Louis consisted of  Kurt Siefert with 3, Riley Schebler 6, Jack Forbeck 3, Andrew Oesterling 12, Lleyton Ratcliffe 15, Wil Freeland 4, Karen Macke 1, and Sam Voegele had 4.  Defensively Voegele led both teams in rebounds and had good defensive support from Tyler Kuntz and Jacob Wuestefeld.The Cardinals play next at Sunman-Dearborn this Thursday with the first game starting at 5:30.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Jim Oesterling.last_img read more