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New Mexico Brujos win 2019 High Desert Classic, set sights on Rio Grande Rugby Union season.

This year it was points, not pints, that made the difference. A year after seeing the High Desert trophy slip from their grasp because of a (close) loss in a tournament deciding boat race, the NM Brujos let their points do the talking and took home the hardware because of their talents on the pitch. The Brujos opened the tournament strong enough with a convincing win over the Borderlands Rugby team from down south. The next match saw the Brujos and crosstown rival and tournament host the Albuquerque Aardvarks play to a draw. However the Brujos won their third match against a well traveled Indigenous Warriors by enough to take home the tournament title (and a very handsome cow skull trophy),

NM Brujos to play at High Desert Classic this weekend, volunteers still needed for fundraiser, and o

The New Mexico Brujos schedule for this weekend's High Desert Classic has been announced. The Brujos will play the Santa Fe Santos on field 2 at 9 AM, and then play again at 2 PM against Borderlands Rugby on field 3. The 2019 High Desert Classic will also feature regional college teams, UNM, NMHU, Air Force and NM Tech, an old boys match, women's matches, and a touch rugby costume match to cap the day. This is going to be one hall(oween) of a day of rugby you won't want to miss! Volunteers still needed for Day of the Tread. The Brujos have an opportunity to volunteer (and be paid for it) to serve as bike route spotters for this year's Day of the Tread cycling event. There would be at least 2

Volunteers needed for fundraiser, Limited #PrideInRugby shirts still for sale, and other Brujos news

The Brujos have an opportunity to volunteer (and be paid for it) to serve as bike route spotters for this year's Day of the Tread cycling event. There would be at least 2 people in 5 different locations along the various bike routes (so 10 people total). They would be stationed in these areas for about 4 hours. The people at these areas would hold directional signs and let the cyclist know the direction of the turns. If the Brujos (or ex-Brujos, old boys, Brujos fans, etc) could provide at least 10 volunteers to cover this duty, the club would be eligible for a POD payment. This an excellent opportunity to increase club exposure and to provide some much needed revenue for the team. If y

#PrideInRugby scores big, date for Rugby is a drag announced, and other October Brujos news.

On a picture perfect fall Saturday in Albuquerque, the New Mexico Brujos dazzled in the first annual #PrideInRugby Fiesta, and organizers are already looking toward next year's event. The Brujos won their two matches against the visiting Phoenix Storm and Dallas Diablos respectively, with Dallas winning their match against Phoenix. The real winner however was the tournament itself, which garnered an amazing amount of local, and even some national, attention for the cause of LGBTQ Rugby, and the Brujos continued mission of inclusiveness. The event was so well received and the vibe around it so positive, that there seems to be no question as to whether this will become an annual event and perm

#PrideInRugby Fiesta this Saturday, and NM Brujos make local news.

This Saturday, October 4th at Phil Chacon Park in Southeast Albuquerque the NM Brujos welcome the Phoenix Storm, Colorado Rush, and the Dallas Diablos to town to for the very first Southwest #PrideInRugby Fiesta. This weekend, in the shadow of the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta four IGR Teams will converge in the Land of Enchantment, for a friendly rugby fest called the Southwest #PRIDEINRUGBY Fiesta in celebration of the upcoming 20th year of IGR! The first match starts @ 10 with the being chosen on Brujos facebook page live @ 5:45 before tomorrows practice. In addition a limited, one of kind shirt for the even (pictured above) will be available for $20 on the day of the event. Th

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