Mid-America Geographical Union

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Mid-America Rugby Football Union Geographical Union
Abbreviation Mid-America GU
Formation 2013
Region served
Arkansas; Kansas; Missouri; Nebraska; Oklahoma; South Dakota, United States of America

The Mid-America Geographical Union (MAGU) is the Geographical Union (GU) for rugby union teams playing in Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Parts of Arkansas and South Dakota as a member of USA Rugby.[1]

It was originally established in 1975 as the Western Rugby Football Union until becoming the Mid-America Geographical Union in 2013. It is a Founding Member of USA Rugby.[2]

Great Plains RFU[edit]

Founded in 1981, GPRFU encompasses South Dakota and Nebraska.

Heart of America RFU[edit]

Founded in 1967, the HOARFU has member clubs located in Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas and Oklahoma.

Missouri RFU[edit]

Founded in 1933, the MRFU encompasses Missouri and parts of Illinois.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "USA Club Rugby: Geographical Unions". http://usarugby.org/. Retrieved 2014-03-04.  External link in |publisher= (help)
  2. ^ USA Rugby

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