It keeps getting tougher for Canada. After the narrow defeat to Samoa they now face defending champions Argentina in round 3 of the Pacific Challenge.
Not too much to think about this week, with Fiji and Argentina the clear standouts and contributing the bulk of selections. Japan are again out of the fold.
Round 2 of the Pacific Challenge saw the Argentina up their game against Tonga, Canada lose their discipline against Samoa, and Fiji throttle poor Japan.
The Canadian junior side opened their season with a solid victory over the visiting Romanians in a very stop-start encounter at scenic Shawnigan Lake.
A selection of the best players on show in Round 1 of the Pacific Challenge, with five out of six teams represented. Guess which one missed out?
There was plenty of entertaining rugby on display in the midst of sweltering heat in Suva as the inaugural Pacific Challenge kicked off in fine fashion.
A new addition to the Rugby Canada calendar, and a very welcome one at that, is the imminent Pacific Challenge taking part in Fiji over the next two weeks.
March is lining up to be one of the most eventful months in recent memory for Canada, with a full slate of action lined up for u20, senior, and 7s sides.
A first for Ray’s Rugby, a video podcast assessing the aspirations of 60 players as they vie for one of the 31 spots on Canada’s final World Cup roster.
Time to dust off the Christmas cobwebs and get back at it. Here is a collection of some pretty good articles from elsewhere over the past few weeks.