Connor Braid - 2008 to 2016
Connor Braid Signs Short Term Deal with Worcester Warriors in English Premiership - A Look Through the BCRN Archives at his Career
posted Nov 22 2016
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Worcester Warriors sign Canada fly-half Connor Braid from Sky Sports
Worcester Warriors have signed Canada fly-half Connor Braid until the end of the season.
The versatile back, who can also play in the centre or the back three, will join up with the squad following Canada's match with Samoa on Friday.
Braid has been capped 21 times by his country, with his latest coming last weekend against Romania.
Canada Start November Tour in Ireland
Braid has returned to international rugby and gets the start against Ireland, a few days later it's announced on BCRN that he's signed by Worcester.
Canada Lose to Italy in World Cup
One of the low points of his career as he came out injured in that match after 10 minutes playing at inside centre and is replaced by Conor Trainor. It was a serious injury and it wasn't until March 2016 that he was seen on the field again playing for James Bay.
Canada Claim 3rd at USA 7s
One of Canada's best results on the World Rugby circuit, defeating Samoa to finish 3rd. A pretty good team including: 2 Connor Braid, 3 Nanyak Dala, 4 John Moonlight, 5 Conor Trainor, 7 Phil Mack, 8 Justin Douglas, 11 Harry Jones
Canada Claims Bronze in World Games with Win Over France
The Maple Leafs headed to Colombia for the World Games and won Bronze in 7s. Besides Braid there was Kleeberger, Scholz, Douglas, Hammond, Webster and Meeres in the starting lineup.
ARC in Langford - Canada Defeat Uruguay
Braid was selected at #10 over Parfrey who moved to inside centre for the game. Canada defeated Uruguay 28-10 with Tyler Ardron scoring a try.
Canada Name 50 Player Extended Squad for World Cup
Braid was one of three fly-halves invited to camp but Crowley eventually went with Ander Monro and Nathan Hirayama for the World Cup.
May 2010 in Moscow
Canada U20 Finish 6th at JWRT
Despite having backs like Connor Braid and Jeff Hassler Canada lose to Uruguay to finish 6th. Braid plays #10 for Canada. Admir Cejvanovic starts at loosehead prop in the match.
July 2009 at Abbotsford 7s
Looks like a great Canada Selects team below and a sure bet for the Abbotsford 7s but this is the year Collins Injera and his Kenyan mates were in town. They won the final 14-12.
1) Chauncey O’Toole
2) Nanyak Dala
3) John Moonlight Jr
4) Nolan Miles
5) Justin Mensah-Coker
6) Phil Mack
7) Bryn Keys
8) Matt Evans
9) Connor Braid
10) Dean Van Camp
11) Beau Parker
12) Ed Fairhurst
BC U18 Men 45 – Ontario 0
BC win the U18 National Championship and Connor Braid (6) collects the third most tries at the tournament for BC behind Andrew Crow (10) and Sean Ferguson (8).