Written By: Doug Crosse The pitchforks have been sharpened, the torches lit and, figuratively speaking, the villagers are at the gates. The gates in question happen to be in both Richmond Hill, Ontario and Langford, BC – the two physical locations of Rugby Canada – from whence disappointed fans are looking for answers, and perhaps someone to fall on their petard for good measure. It appears that Canada is on the precipice of setting a new standard for poor performance, in missing two bites at the World Cup apple. After falling first to rivals USA, and more recently to Uruguay...
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Written By: Adam McQueen The 2011 Rugby World Cup was a campaign full of fond memories for Canadian rugby fans. Their team took on the mantle of tournament darlings as fans across the globe became enamoured with their colourful personalities and feisty underdog persona. No player embodied this more than Adam Kleeberger, the Canadian openside flanker who spent the entire tournament doing his best impersonation of a human torpedo. While Kleeberger’s exploits on the field caught the eye of many, his role as one of the three Canadian ‘Beardos’ – alongside Hubert Buydens and Jebb Sinclair donning prominent lumberjack beards –...
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Photos By: Greg Rigby Written By: Andrea Burk It’s about passion  “A passion for rugby, for the culture, for teammates and for an international sport experience,” is what the newcomer and NSWT International player from Quebec, Justine Pelletier, has to say about the opportunity she has to represent Canada at the Commonwealth 9s Championship in Brisbane, Australia on February 23 and 24, 2018. Rugby League is the new kid on the block when it comes to rugby in Canada. Rugby Union has been around for well over 125 years on this side of the pond, with 15s having higher participation numbers and rugby...
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