Five Arrows to Start for Canada Against England
With files from Rugby Canada
Five Arrows have been selected to start for Canada against England in Saturday’s clash at Twickenham Stadium.
Arrows co-captains Lucas Rumball and Ben LeSage will reprise their roles as the Canucks’ captain and vice-captain, respectively, and the duo will be joined in the starting ranks by scrum-half Ross Braude, hooker Andrew Quattrin, and No. 8 Siaki Vikilani.
Arrows prop Cole Keith will look to make an impact off the bench.
Braude and Vikilani are coming off their first appearances for Canada in last weekend’s meeting with Wales.
Via Rugby Canada
July 8, 2021 (Langford, BC) – Head coach Kingsley Jones has named his side to face England this Saturday, July 10th at Twickenham Stadium in London. Kick off at 10am ET / 7am PT.
Lucas Rumball (Toronto Arrows) who led Canada last weekend against Wales has been named captain and Ben LeSage (Toronto Arrows) has once again been named vice-captain.
There are only a few changes to the side that faced Wales in Cardiff. In the forwards, Reegan O’Gorman (Austin Gilgronis) moves from the back row to start at lock in place of the injured Josh Larsen (New England Freejacks). Cory Thomas (LA Giltinis) steps into the starting 15 at flanker.
Just one change to the starting back line as Lachlan Kratz (NOLA Gold) makes his test debut at center in place of Quinn Ngawati (Rugby United New York) who moves to the bench.
One other debutant this weekend as Langley, BC native, Liam Murray (Houston SaberCats), has been added to the match day 23.
Canada vs England will be streamed live in Canada exclusively on DAZN. Canadian rugby fans can sign up for a free trial by downloading the DAZN app on any internet-connected device, including living room devices such as smart TVs, streaming sticks and game consoles as well as smartphones, tablets, laptops, and PCs or visit DAZN.com. Click HERE for more information on how to watch Canada’s UK Tour presented by DHL and other 2021 Summer Internationals.
CANADA’S ROSTER TO FACE ENGLAND:
1. DJUSTICE SEARS-DURU – Oakville, ON – Seattle Seawolves
2. ANDREW QUATTRIN – Holland Landing, ON – Toronto Arrows
3. JAKE ILNICKI – Williams Lake, BC – Seattle Seawolves
4. REEGAN O’GORMAN – Vancouver, BC – Austin Gilgronis
5. CONOR KEYS – Stittsville, ON – Rugby ATL
6. COREY THOMAS – Broome, Australia – LA Giltinis
7. LUCAS RUMBALL – Scarborough, ON – Toronto Arrows
8. SIAKI VIKILANI – Burnaby, BC – Toronto Arrows
9. ROSS BRAUDE – Pretoria, SA – Toronto Arrows
10. PETER NELSON – Dungannon, UK – Mont de Mason
11. KAINOA LLOYD – Mississauga, ON – RC National Development Academy
12. LACHLAN KRATZ – Victoria, BC – NOLA Gold
13. BEN LESAGE – Calgary, AB – Toronto Arrows
14. COLE DAVIS – Calgary, AB – Austin Gilgronis
15. COOPER COATS – Halifax, NS – Canada 7s
16. ERIC HOWARD – Ottawa, ON – NOLA Gold
17. COLE KEITH – Sussex, NB – Toronto Arrows
18. LIAM MURRAY – Langley, BC – Houston SaberCats
19. DONALD CARSON – Delta, BC – University of BC
20. MICHAEL SMITH – White Rock, BC – San Diego Legion
21. QUINN NGAWATI – Victoria, BC – Rugby United New York
22. WILLIAM PERCILLIER – Victoria, BC – Stade Francais
23. ROBBIE POVEY – Calgary, AB – Houston SaberCats
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