Eno River Rugby

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Eno River Rugby
Eno River Rugby Crest.jpg
Full name Eno River Rugby Football Club
Union USA Rugby
Nickname(s) The Rage
Founded 1991
President Maryland Emily Lozen
Coach(es)

Tennessee Sarah Deane

Illinois Katy 'Pi' Broerman
Official website
enoriverwomensrugby.wordpress.com


Founded in 1991, Eno River Rugby, also called the "Rage," is a rugby union club based in Durham, North Carolina. Eno River players come from in and around Durham, playing other teams in the Carolinas Geographical Union and participating in tournaments and playoffs in bordering states.

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Current[edit]

Women - Eno River Rugby is the oldest women's rugby club in North Carolina and the founding division of the Rage. The club is always seeking women interested in learning and playing rugby. No experience necessary. The team practices at Campus Hills Park in Durham, NC, Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7-9 PM. The women compete in 15s in the fall and spring and 7s in the summer, traveling throughout North Carolina and the Southeast for tournaments and matches.

Disbanded[edit]

Men - The men's team used to include players 21 and over, a mix of skilled veterans and newcomers. The men's division usually traveled throughout North Carolina and other states for matches, round robins, and tournaments. Unfortunately, this team has disbanded. Currently, the men's club is playing with Duke Grads Rugby Football Club. Other men's clubs in the area include the Raleigh Vipers and the Chapel Hill Warriors.

Youth - Known under the youth or "under-19" division, it was the newest division under the Rage and faced some of the best in the North Carolina Rugby Football Union, such as the Chapel Hill Highlanders and schools in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. Unfortunately, this team has disbanded.

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