Cornbill named USA assistant coach
April 5, 2000
New USA head coach Duncan Hall has named former USA head coach Ray Cornbill as his assistant joining Michael DeJong on the staff. Cornbill coached the Eagles in the late
Cornbill currently coaches Manhattan RFC and the 1999 USA's development side as well as sits on the USA Rugby Technical Panel and the National Team's
"I look forward to helping Duncan and the team assimilate many of the changing features of the modern game," said Cornbill. "The challenge will be to seek out and play to our advantages, such as good hard running and tackling, while establishing high levels of basic skill."
New York-based, Cornbill currently heads the Health Services Research and Development Unit at Mt. Sinai medical school.
Head coach Hall said "I believe that finding a coach to complement the team philosophy is of paramount importance. From the development of the fundamental skills of rugby to the tactical game Ray can support our next phase of growth. Together with his willingness to impart his knowledge, it makes him the right man for the job."
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