The Atlanta Bucks practiced some Southern hospitality on Friday by welcoming two other rugby teams to town for a tournament.
The players of the Columbus Kodiaks and the Charleston Blockade met their LGBTQ rugby counterparts for cocktails at Woofs.
The teams met again, but this time on the field, at the Bucklanta Round Robin on Saturday at Boulevard Crossing Park.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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