After recording a clean sweep in their four-match programme in March, Canada’s best young talent now contest the World Rugby u20 Trophy in Lisbon.
As the northern hemisphere professional season comes to a close, it’s time to see how’s it’s gone for Canada’s exiles, and where they’re off to next year.
Canada’s u20s polished off a perfect month with a resounding win over the USA on Friday night, in doing so earning a trip to the Junior World Trophy in May.
Here we are, just in time for the greatest show on earth, it’s finally time for the Hong Kong 7s! Look for these 10 stars to stand out among the others.
A few new World Cup contenders, and a few amateurs soon to be professionals. Without further adieu, the class of the 2015 World Rugby Pacific Challenge.
There weren’t many automatic selections for this year’s best of the Six Nations, but that just makes things more interesting and a little unpredictable.
Canada came back from a 12 point deficit in the final quarter to steal victory over the USA in the first leg of the Junior World Trophy qualifying series.
The last round of the Pacific Challenge is in the books, but before we pick a best of there needs to be a proper selection from the fourth and final round.
The final week has come and gone with plenty of strong performances to comb over. No room for Scots this time, but there is one Italian and a few Frenchmen.
An emotional day of matches brought an exciting couple of weeks of Pacific Challenge action to a close, with Argentina once again taking the spoils.