Photo Credit: US Embassy  Written by: Karen Gasbarino-Knutt   Todd Clever is an internationally known commodity in the Rugby World. He’s popular, he’s well-respected, and he’s an overall decent guy; He gives supporters and fans the time of day and he’s supported charities such as The Children’s Wish Foundation. He also cares about his fellow players. A lot. He goes to bat for them. He has been, by all accounts, a great captain; the most-capped Rugby Captain in US Rugby history. His curly ponytail swinging side to side as he goes for the undercut, along with his powerful physique, make...
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  TEACHING THE IMPORTANCE OF MENTAL HEALTH TO CANADA’S NEXT GENERATION OF RUGBY STARS  Written by: Brock Smith    “‘If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.’ I hear that saying all the time,” grunts John Pryce, as if the adage has struck a nerve. “…and I hate it.” As Toronto Rugby’s Director of High Performance, Pryce eschews complacency. He’s raring to build on his branch union’s strong foundation of 3,500+ minor and junior players - the highest branch union total for these age groups in Canada - and has a goal to convert as many of these players into future...
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Written by: Doug Crosse    For many years the lament of fans of Canadian rugby when the national team would square off with the likes of England, Australia or New Zealand, was that Canadian players could not compete against nations that have the sport in their collective DNA by having players as young as 5 taking up the sport. And while the success of the sport at the high school level for both males and females has been encouraging for the past couple of decades, the fact that players don’t touch a rugby ball until they are in their teens...
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