The Atlanta Bucks Rugby Football Club opened its home schedule on Saturday with a convincing win over the Nashville Grizzlies.
The 21-12 victory puts the Bucks at 2-1 for their brief, seven-match fall schedule. The Bucks hit the road Oct. 11 for a rematch with Nashville.
Bullet Manale, the Buck’s president, said before the match that the club is hungry and looking to build on the momentum from its performance at the Bingham Cup last summer. Read the full preview.
The Bucks other home matches: Oct. 25 (High Country), Nov. 1 (Charlotte) and Nov. 15 (Phoenix Storm).
View the Project Q Atlanta photo album from the match.
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