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.
Did it ever really stop? A look at a number of recent transfer announcements, for this season and next, and their implications for both club and country.
Having had a few days to digest the undeniably poor results of the ARC, it’s time to run the rule over what, if anything, can be taken out of the wreckage.
Canada opened their 2014/15 season with four straight losses at the Gold Coast 7s. It wasn’t disaster but they looked a step behind throughout the weekend.
Some musings from the weekend about Uruguay’s historic victory in Montevideo, the Gold Coast 7s, and the shambles that has become Australian rugby.
A few words on the preposterious rebranding of the IRB, a terrible turnout at the Gold Coast, the classy All Blacks, and some weird jersey choices.
Leicester came away from Sandy Park with the victory, but they were made to work by a resolute Chiefs side that very nearly toppled the heavy favorites.
It’s not often you’ve heard that said in recent years. Harlequins were utterly awful, there really was nothing at all to take from that kind of performance.