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Women's Can-Am Series 2017


Tyson Beukeboom - Canada
© Ron Leblanc

Canada Wrap Up Can-Am Series Over USA 76-15 on Aggregate


from Rugby Canada
posted April 1 2017

Canada's women's fifteens team has captured the 2017 Can-Am Series title after a 37-10 win over USA Saturday afternoon at the Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Centre in San Diego, California.

Canada won the first match of the series 39-5 on Tuesday as it was a dominating two-match series win for Canada, who outscored USA 76-15.

With the win, Canada improved to 18-18 all-time vs USA.

Canada came out firing on all cylinders Saturday, controlling the pace of play for the entire first half while dominating the scrum.

Captain Kelly Russell scored the first try of the match after the No. 8 picked the ball from the back of the scrum and powered over to give Canada an early 7-0 lead.

“The collective understanding of the movement is understood and our scrum is powerful,” said head coach Francois Ratier.

Julianne Zussman and Magali Harvey followed that up with a try each and Canada were up 17-0 at the break.

It was an impressive opening 40 minutes for the Canadians, who held 65 percent of the possession.

USA looked to change momentum in the second half with a try just two minutes in, but Harvey soon followed with a penalty kick.

USA would score a try two minutes later but it was Canada again with a quick response through Emily Belchos, who fended off the American defender with a powerful stiff-arm for the try.

Belchos then used her foot to place a perfect grubber to find Elissa Alarie racing down the wing for the try.

Harvey added some insurance in the closing minutes with her second try of the match as the Quebec City native finished with a game-high 17 points.

Ratier’s side will now travel to New Zealand for a three-game tour to face New Zealand, England and Australia.

“It's all about reading and executing at pace with accuracy.”

Canada’s Game 2 Roster vs. USA (Name, club, hometown):

1. Carolyn McEwen, Burnaby (Vancouver, BC)
2. Laura Russell, Toronto Nomads/ Cowichan RFC (Bolton, ON)
3. DaLeaka Menin, Calgary Hornets (Vulcan, AB)
4. Tyson Beukeboom, Aurora Barbarians/Cowichan RFC (Uxbridge, ON)
5. Latoya Blackwood, Westshore RFC (Montreal, QC)
6. Jacey Grusnick, Aurora Barbarians (Alliston, ON)
7. Karen Paquin, Club de Rugby de Quebec/ Castaway Wanderers (Quebec City, QC)
8. Kelly Russell — captain, Toronto Nomads/ Cowichan RFC (Bolton, ON)
9. Chelsea Guthrie, Stratchona Druids (Edmonton, AB)
10. Emily Belchos, Westshore RFC (Innisfil, ON)
11. Magali Harvey, Club de Rugby de Quebec (Quebec City, QC)
12. Amanda Thornborough, Westshore RFC (Brandon, MB)
13. Brittany Waters, Meraloma Athletic Club/Castaway Wanderers (Vancouver, BC)
14. Elissa Alarie, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue RFC/Westshore RFC (Trois Rivieres, QC)
15. Julianne Zussman, Castaway Wanderers (Montreal, QC)
16. Jane Kirby, Highland Fergus Rugby Club (Brampton, ON)
17. Brittany Kassil, Guelph Redcoats (Guelph, ON)
18. Olivia DeMerchant, Woodstock Wildmen/Castaway Wanderers (Mapledale, NB)
19. Kayla Mack, Saskatoon Wild Oats (Saskatoon, SK)
20. Cindy Nelles, Belleville Bulldogs (Belleville, ON)
21. Lori Josephson, Aurora Barbarians (Beaverton, ON)
22. Andrea Burk, Capilano RFC (North Vancouver, BC)
23. Anais Holly, TMRRFC (Montreal, QC)

Coaching and Support Staff:

Head coach — Francois Ratier
Assistant Coach — Shaun Allen
Scrum Coach — Gary Dukelow
Technical Support — Colette McAuley
Manager — Nicole Crowley
Medical — Nicole Ainsworth
Strength & Conditioning — Jamie McCartney
Analyst – James Kent


Canada Name Team for Second Test vs USA: Lead Can-Am Series by 34 Points


posted March 31 2017
[ed. comments below]

Only a few changes from the first match with Elissa Alarie replacing Frederique Rajotte on the wing. Rajotte hasn't been playing winter rugby in BC like many of the players and looked out of sync in the first match, being replaced at half time. Kayla Mack was replaced in the starting rotation by Tyson Beukeboom who scored three tries after coming off the bench in game one. Andrea Burk is replaced by Brittany Waters in the centres. That's an interesting move as Waters is a slighter build than Burk and usually plays wing. How she stands up to the rigours of playing an inside back will be interesting to see.

Canada have a 34 point lead in the two game series and will look to win game two as well. The first game was close at half time but the Canadian forward pack paved the way for the win over 80 minutes.

from Rugby Canada

Canada’s senior women’s head coach Francois Ratier has named his starting fifteen for Saturday’s Can-Am series finale against the USA at the Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Centre in San Diego, California.

Canada opened the series with a 39-5 win over the Americans on Tuesday, meaning a win Saturday would secure the title.

Ratier is making three changes to his team, with one change in the forwards and two in the backs.

The team will once again be captained by Kelly Russell, who scored a second half try in Tuesday’s victory.

Carolyn McEwen, Laura Russell and DaLeaka Menin form Canada’s front row once again while Tyson Beukeboom replaces Kayla Mack at lock where she joins Latoya Blackwood. Beukeboom came on as a substitute in the first match of the series, scoring a second half hat trick.

Jacey Grusnick and Karen Paquin start at blindside and openside flanker respectively with Russell at No. 8.

Chelsea Guthrie gets the start at scrum-half again with Emily Belchos at fly-half. Brittany Waters replaces Andrea Burk in the centres, as Amanda Thornborough pushes over from outside to inside centre.

Elissa Alarie will start on the wing in place of Frederique Rajotte, with Magali Harvey on the other wing and Julianne Zussman starts at fullback.

Canada is 17-18 all-time against the USA.

Following their two test match series in California, Canada will travel to New Zealand for a three-game tour to face New Zealand, England and Australia.

Saturday’s match will be available on The Rugby Channel.

Canada’s Game 2 Roster vs. USA (Name, club, hometown):

1. Carolyn McEwen, Burnaby (Vancouver, BC)
2. Laura Russell, Toronto Nomads/ Cowichan RFC (Bolton, ON)
3. DaLeaka Menin, Calgary Hornets (Vulcan, AB)
4. Tyson Beukeboom, Aurora Barbarians/Cowichan RFC (Uxbridge, ON)
5. Latoya Blackwood, Westshore RFC (Montreal, QC)
6. Jacey Grusnick, Aurora Barbarians (Alliston, ON)
7. Karen Paquin, Club de Rugby de Quebec/ Castaway Wanderers (Quebec City, QC)
8. Kelly Russell — captain, Toronto Nomads/ Cowichan RFC (Bolton, ON)
9. Chelsea Guthrie, Stratchona Druids (Edmonton, AB)
10. Emily Belchos, Westshore RFC (Innisfil, ON)
11. Magali Harvey, Club de Rugby de Quebec (Quebec City, QC)
12. Amanda Thornborough, Westshore RFC (Brandon, MB)
13. Brittany Waters, Meraloma Athletic Club/Castaway Wanderers (Vancouver, BC)
14. Elissa Alarie, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue RFC/Westshore RFC (Trois Rivieres, QC)
15. Julianne Zussman, Castaway Wanderers (Montreal, QC)
16. Jane Kirby, Highland Fergus Rugby Club (Brampton, ON)
17. Brittany Kassil, Guelph Redcoats (Guelph, ON)
18. Olivia DeMerchant, Woodstock Wildmen/Castaway Wanderers (Mapledale, NB)
19. Kayla Mack, Saskatoon Wild Oats (Saskatoon, SK)
20. Cindy Nelles, Belleville Bulldogs (Belleville, ON)
21. Lori Josephson, Aurora Barbarians (Beaverton, ON)
22. Andrea Burk, Capilano RFC (North Vancouver, BC)
23. Anais Holly, TMRRFC (Montreal, QC)

Coaching and Support Staff:

Head coach — Francois Ratier
Assistant Coach — Shaun Allen
Scrum Coach — Gary Dukelow
Technical Support — Colette McAuley
Manager — Nicole Crowley
Medical — Nicole Ainsworth
Strength & Conditioning — Jamie McCartney
Analyst – James Kent


Canada Defeat USA 39-5 with Strong Forward Effort: FULL MATCH ARCHIVE


posted March 29 2017
[ed. comments below]

You can't complain when you beat the USA by 34 points but this was all down to the forwards, the backs were disappointing on attack, especially the back three who had problems holding onto the ball.

You can't say enough about the forward effort on the day as they accounted for the scoring with Tyson Beukeboom accounting for three herself. Even though she wasn't a starter, she was the player of the match. Canada's scrum was dominant and kudos to the starting props McEwen and Menin along with scrum coach Gary Dukelow. Kelly Russell at #8 and Karen Paquin at openside flanker had huge games.

The game was only 10-5 at half in Canada's favour and one of the big improvements in the second half was defensive line speed. The extra pressure on the USA paid dividends, the inside backs Burk and Thornborough did a good job in this regard but there wasn't a lot of attack from the backs and the ball handling of the back three in particular will not please coach Ratier. It may be time to evaluate whether certain players are being selected on reputation instead of performance in the backline or at least increase selection pressure leading up to the World Cup.

Canada can match any team in the forwards but NZ and England will not be worried by the outside attack they saw today. Still a wonderful team victory as #3 defeated #7 and go at it again on Saturday.



from Rugby Canada

Canada's women's fifteens team opened up the 2017 Can-Am Series with a 39-5 win over USA Tuesday afternoon at the Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Centre in San Diego, California.

It was the first of two matches in the series, with the Canadians now in prime position to lift the trophy. The teams will meet again this Saturday in Chula Vista. The winner of the series is based on head-to-head record, then point differential, so it would take a 35-point win by the Americans to capture the title.

Despite the score line, it was a highly entertaining match with both teams playing an aggressive style of rugby, more symbolic of the sevens game. There were long, powerful runs met by hard hits as well as quick passes, grubbers and chip kicks to often put the defence on the back foot.

Both teams traded possession through the opening 20 minutes of the match before it was Canada breaking through with a try from Karen Paquin.

However, USA quickly responded with a try of their own to bring the match even at 5-5.

From there, it was all Canada.

Carolyn McEwen added a try before half time to give the Canadians a 10-5 lead at the break.

While the Americans flirted with the Canadian tryline here and there, the second half was all Canada.

With the Americans down to 14 players early in the half because of a yellow card, Canadian substitute Tyson Beukeboom touched down to extend Canada’s lead to 15-5.

Soon after, captain Kelly Russell got in on the action with a try of her own to put Canada up 20-5.

Beukeboom then went in for back-to-back tries, giving her a second-half hat trick.

Canada would add a late converted as they finished one point shy of the 40-point mark.

Canada will play USA again this Saturday in the final match of the 2017 Can-Am Series. You can watch the game LIVE on The Rugby Channel at 6:00 pm ET / 3:00 pm PT.



Team Named for USA Match: Live Streaming at 4pm


posted March 28 2017
from Rugby Canada
[ed. live stream at facebook.com/usarugby/]

SAN DIEGO — Senior women’s head coach Francois Ratier has named his starting XV for Tuesday’s Can-Am opener against the USA.

The team will be captained by Kelly Russell and features a wealth of experience as Canada plays its first game of 2017 as they build towards August’s Women’s Rugby World Cup in Ireland.

“Everyone is on the same page,” Ratier said. “Now we are looking forward to playing the States and see how it goes.

“It’s two more international games so it’s obviously important to play international games before the World Cup and nothing can replace international rugby as part of our preparation.”

Carolyn McEwen, Laura Russell and DaLeaka Menin form Canada’s front row with Kayla Mack and Latoya Blackwood starting at lock.

Jacey Grusnick and Karen Paquin start at blindside and openside flanker respectively with Kelly Russell at No. 8.

Edmonton’s Chelsea Guthrie starts at scrum-half with Emily Belchos at fly-half. Frederique Rajotte and Magali Harvey start on the wings with Andrea Burk and Amanda Thornborough in the centres. Julianne Zussman starts at fullback.

Canada’s bench includes a number of experienced players with previous Women’s Rugby World Cup members Jane Kirby, Olivia DeMerchant, Tyson Beukeboom, Brittany Waters and Elissa Alarie all named. There could also be a test debut for Brittany Kassill if she takes the field.

Canada, who are ranked third in the world, will face the seventh ranked USA again on April 1 in San Diego.

The Can-Am Series kicks off what is going to be a busy year for Canada’s senior women in the lead-in to the 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup in Ireland this August. Following their two test match series in California, Canada will travel to New Zealand for a three-game tour to face New Zealand, England and Australia.

Canada will face New Zealand, Wales and Hong Kong in the Women’s Rugby World Cup pool stages.

Canada and the USA last faced off in the 2016 Women’s Rugby Super Series (WRSS) where Ratier’s team secured a convincing 33-5 win en route to a perfect 3-0 tournament to claim their first WRSS title. Canada is 16-18 all-time against the USA.

A 26-player Can-Am Series squad was named Saturday after a week long training camp at Shawnigan Lake School on Vancouver Island that featured nearly 40 athletes.

The first test match on March 28th will be streamed live on USA Rugby’s Facebook page with the game kicking off at 7pm ET/4pm PT while the second will be available on The Rugby Channel.

Canada’s Game 1 Roster vs. USA Rugby (Name, club, hometown):

1. Carolyn McEwen, Burnaby (Vancouver, BC)
2. Laura Russell, Toronto Nomads/ Cowichan RFC (Bolton, ON)
3. DaLeaka Menin, Calgary Hornets (Vulcan, AB)
4. Kayla Mack, Saskatoon Wild Oats (Saskatoon, SK)
5. Latoya Blackwood, Westshore RFC (Montreal, QC)
6. Jacey Grusnick, Aurora Barbarians (Alliston, ON)
7. Karen Paquin, Club de Rugby de Quebec/ Castaway Wanderers (Quebec City, QC)
8. Kelly Russell — captain, Toronto Nomads/ Cowichan RFC (Bolton, ON)
9. Chelsea Guthrie, Stratchona Druids (Edmonton, AB)
10. Emily Belchos, Westshore RFC (Innisfil, ON)
11. Frederique Rajotte, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue RFC (Montreal, QC)
12. Andrea Burk, Capilano RFC (North Vancouver, BC)
13. Amanda Thornborough, Westshore RFC (Brandon, MB)
14. Magali Harvey, Club de Rugby de Quebec (Quebec City, QC)
15. Julianne Zussman, Castaway Wanderers (Montreal, QC)
16. Jane Kirby, Highland Fergus Rugby Club (Brampton, ON)
17. Brittany Kassil, Guelph Redcoats (Guelph, ON)
18. Olivia DeMerchant, Woodstock Wildmen/Castaway Wanderers (Mapledale, NB)
19. Tyson Beukeboom, Aurora Barbarians/Cowichan RFC (Uxbridge, ON)
20. Cindy Nelles, Belleville Bulldogs (Belleville, ON)
21. Brianna Miller, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue RFC/ Westshore RFC (Pointe-Claire, QC)
22. Brittany Waters, Meraloma Athletic Club/Castaway Wanderers (Vancouver, BC)
23. Elissa Alarie, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue RFC/Westshore RFC (Trois Rivieres, QC)

Unavailable for selection:

Julia Goss, Leprechaun Tiger Rugby (Edmonton, AB)
Demi Stamatakis, SFU (Vancouver, BC)
Alex Tessier, Montreal Barbarians (Sainte-Clotilde-de-Horton, QC)

Coaching and Support Staff:

Head coach — Francois Ratier
Assistant Coach — Shaun Allen
Scrum Coach — Gary Dukelow
Technical Support — Colette McAuley
Manager — Nicole Crowley
Medical — Nicole Ainsworth
Strength & Conditioning — Jamie McCartney
Analyst — James Kent


Ratier Announces 26 for California Trip vs USA


from Rugby Canada
posted March 25 2017

Canada’s senior women’s head coach Francois Ratier has named a 26-player squad for next week’s Can-Am Series with the USA.

Twenty-five of the players selected have previous test experience with Brittany Kassil the lone player without a test appearance for Canada.

The squad is named after a weeklong training camp at Shawnigan Lake on Vancouver Island that featured nearly 40 athletes.

Canada, who are ranked third in the world, will face the seventh ranked USA on March 28 and April 1 in San Diego.

The Can-Am Series kicks off what is going to be a busy year for Canada’s senior women in the lead-in to the 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup in Ireland this August. Following their two test match series in California, Canada will travel to New Zealand for a three-game tour to face New Zealand, England and Australia.

Canada will face New Zealand, Wales and Hong Kong in the Women’s Rugby World Cup pool stages.

Canada and the USA last faced off in the 2016 Women’s Rugby Super Series (WRSS) where Ratier’s team secured a convincing 33-5 win en route to a perfect 3-0 tournament to claim their first WRSS title. Canada is 16-18 all-time against the USA.

The first test match on March 28th will be streamed live on USA Rugby’s Facebook page, while the second will be available on The Rugby Channel.

Canada’s Senior Women’s Can-Am Squad:

Elissa Alarie, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue RFC/Westshore RFC (Trois Rivieres, QC)
Emily Belchos, Westshore RFC (Innisfil, ON)
Tyson Beukeboom, Aurora Barbarians/Cowichan RFC (Uxbridge, ON)
Latoya Blackwood, Westshore RFC (Montreal, QC)
Andrea Burk, Capilano RFC (North Vancouver, BC)
Olivia DeMerchant, Woodstock Wildmen/Castaway Wanderers (Mapledale, NB)
Jacey Grusnick, Aurora Barbarians (Alliston, ON)
Chelsea Guthrie, Stratchona Druids (Edmonton, AB)
Magali Harvey, Club de Rugby de Quebec (Quebec City, QC)
Anais Holly, TMRRFC (Montreal, QC)
Lori Josephson, Aurora Barbarians (Beaverton, ON)
Brittany Kassil, Guelph Redcoats (Guelph, ON)
Jane Kirby, Highland Fergus Rugby Club (Brampton, ON)
Kayla Mack, Saskatoon Wild Oats (Saskatoon, SK)
Carolyn McEwen, Burnaby (Vancouver, BC)
DaLeaka Menin, Calgary Hornets (Vulcan, AB)
Barbara Mervin, Westshore RFC (Peterborough, ON)
Brianna Miller, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue RFC/ Westshore RFC (Pointe-Claire, QC)
Cindy Nelles, Belleville Bulldogs (Belleville, ON)
Karen Paquin, Club de Rugby de Quebec/ Castaway Wanderers (Quebec City, QC)
Frederique Rajotte, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue RFC (Montreal, QC)
Laura Russell, Toronto Nomads/ Cowichan RFC (Bolton, ON)
Kelly Russell, Toronto Nomads/ Cowichan RFC (Bolton, ON)
Amanda Thornborough, Westshore RFC (Brandon, MB)
Brittany Waters, Meraloma Athletic Club/Castaway Wanderers (Vancouver, BC)
Julianne Zussman, Castaway Wanderers (Montreal, QC)

Unavailable for selection:

Julia Goss, Leprechaun Tiger Rugby (Edmonton, AB)
Demi Stamatakis, SFU (Vancouver, BC)
Alex Tessier, Montreal Barbarians (Sainte-Clotilde-de-Horton, QC)

Coaching and Support Staff:

Head coach — Francois Ratier
Assistant Coach — Shaun Allen
Scrum Coach — Gary Dukelow
Technical Support — Colette McAuley
Manager — Nicole Crowley
Medical — Nicole Ainsworth
Strength & Conditioning — Jamie McCartney
Analyst — James Kent



Training Camp at Shawnigan as Women Prepare for CanAm Series in California: PHOTOS ADDED


posted March 22 2017
[ed. BCRN photos]

We went out today to catch a bit of the women's practice, these are some shots from the afternoon.


A lot of talent in one photo, Magali Harvey with ball along with Karen Paquin, Amanda Thornborough and one of the Russell sisters (think this is Laura)


Head coach Francois Ratier with Carolyn McEwen (we think)


Rule #1 of coaching, always protect yourself... ;)


Head coach Ratier surveys the practice field, it was an intense practice


40 players looking to make the team that heads south, solidarity in the common goal


Looks like Elissa Alarie leading the practice drill


Head coach talking over the finer points with high level player/coach Clay Panga

from Rugby Canada

LANGFORD, BC - Nearly 40 of Canada’s top women’s fifteens athletes have landed at Shawnigan Lake School on Vancouver Island this week for a training camp ahead of next week’s Can-Am Series against USA in San Diego.

The Can-Am Series kicks off what is going to be a busy year for Canada’s senior women in the lead-in to the 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup in Ireland this August. Following their two test match series in California, Canada will travel to New Zealand for a three-game tour to face New Zealand, England and Australia.

Head coach Francois Ratier, along with his coaching staff of Gary Dukelow, Colette McAuley, Shaun Allen & analyst James Kent, are running two-a-day training sessions this week ahead of selecting a travelling roster to depart for San Diego on Saturday morning.

“They all have the skills and fitness to compete at this level, but now we need to reach another level in all aspect of the game to be the best in five months,” Ratier said before the camp began. “We want to play faster, read and execute better, increase the level of our physicality so we are able to play total and adaptive rugby.”

Canada is currently ranked third in the World Rugby rankings and will face Hong Kong, Wales and New Zealand in the pool stages of the tournament August 9th, 13th and 17th.

Canada and the USA last faced off in the 2016 Women’s Rugby Super Series where they secured a convincing 33-5 win en route to a perfect 3-0 tournament to claim the title. Canada is 16-18 all-time against the USA.

“Playing is always the best assessment and nothing replaces international rugby for a team in preparation for the World Cup,” Ratier said.

The first test match on March 28th will be streamed live on USA Rugby’s Facebook page, while the second will be available on The Rugby Channel.

Canada’s Can-Am Series Long-List Roster (Name, club, hometown):

Elissa Alarie, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue RFC/Westshore RFC (Trois Rivieres, QC)
Emily Belchos, Westshore RFC (Innisfil, ON)
Tyson Beukeboom, Aurora Barbarians/Cowichan RFC (Uxbridge, ON)
Latoya Blackwood, Westshore RFC (Montreal, QC)
Gillian Boag, Capilano RFC (Calgary, AB)
Andrea Burk, Capilano RFC (North Vancouver, BC)
Olivia DeMerchant, Woodstock Wildmen/Castaway Wanderers (Mapledale, NB)
Julia Folk, Regina Rogues/Castaway Wanderers (Regina, SK)
Julia Goss, Leprechaun Tiger Rugby (Edmonton, AB)
Jacey Grusnick, Aurora Barbarians (Alliston, ON)
Chelsea Guthrie, Stratchona Druids (Edmonton, AB)
Magali Harvey, Club de Rugby de Quebec (Quebec City, QC)
Anais Holly, TMRRFC (Montreal, QC)
Lori Josephson, Aurora Barbarians (Beaverton, ON)
Brittany Kassil, Guelph Redcoats (Guelph, ON)
Daria Keane, Guelph Redcoats (Sarnia, ON)
Jane Kirby, Highland Fergus Rugby Club (Brampton, ON)
Kayla Mack, Saskatoon Wild Oats (Saskatoon, SK)
Carolyn McEwen, Burnaby (Vancouver, BC)
Katie McNally, Castaway Wanderers (Guelph, ON)
DaLeaka Menin, Calgary Hornets (Vulcan, AB)
Barbara Mervin, Westshore RFC (Peterborough, ON)
Brianna Miller, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue RFC/ Westshore RFC (Pointe-Claire, QC)
Chelsey Minter, Westshore RFC (Victoria, BC)
Cindy Nelles, Belleville Bulldogs (Belleville, ON)
Karen Paquin, Club de Rugby de Quebec/ Castaway Wanderers (Quebec City, QC)
Camile Provencal-Aube, Abénakiset CRQ/Castaway Wanderers (Sherbrooke, QC)
Frederique Rajotte, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue RFC (Montreal, QC)
Laura Russell, Toronto Nomads/ Cowichan RFC (Bolton, ON)
Kelly Russell, Toronto Nomads/ Cowichan RFC (Bolton, ON)
Kristy Sargent, Leprechaun Tigers (Edmonton, AB)
Natasha Smith, Barrhaven Scottish/ Cowichan RFC (Ottawa, ON)
Demi Stamatakis, SFU (Vancouver, BC)
Sara Svoboda, Belleville Bullldogs (Belleville, ON)
Alex Tessier, Montreal Barbarians (Sainte-Clotilde-de-Horton, QC)
Amanda Thornborough, Westshore RFC (Brandon, MB)
Brittany Waters, Meraloma Athletic Club/Castaway Wanderers (Vancouver, BC)
Julianne Zussman, Castaway Wanderers (Montreal, QC)

Can-Am Series Schedule:

Canada vs. USA — March 28
Chula Vista, San Diego
Kick Off: 7pm ET/4pm PT
Watch LIVE: www.facebook.com/USARugby

Canada vs. USA — April 1
Chula Vista, San Diego
Kick Off: 6pm ET/3pm PT
Watch LIVE: http://www.therugbychannel.tv/#!





 
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