All-Deaf Meets New Gay Team in Special Match in DC

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“My politics are that if someone is in a bar by himself he is looking to socialize and is not already engaged in a social circle,” said Club President Reiley. “If you go up and talk to that person, eight times out of ten he’s going to come out to practice. Hey, would you like to play some rugby? It’s not the usual line you’ll hear in a bar.”

All-Deaf Meets New Gay Team in Special Match in DC
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Rugby is often referred to as an inclusive sport – there is a position for every different body type and skill package – and recently that ideal of inclusiveness was once again on show as two Washington, DC-area clubs met for a friendly match under
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