Quattrin, 25, returns to the Arrows for a fourth season having featured in 32 matches (28 starts) for the club since 2019, marking the second-highest appearance total in club history.
The durable forward has made 271 tackles (89.7% completion), 13 dominant tackles, six tackle breaks, four breakdown steals, three linebreaks and one try throughout his three seasons with the team. His 801 carry metres on 182 carries is the team-high tally among front row players.
The 6’, 245lb hooker has earned 13 caps for Canada since making his international debut against the United States in July 2019, including featuring at the 2019 Rugby World Cup, where he was second-youngest player on Canada’s roster. He also represented the Canada under-20s in 2016.
Quattrin is a graduate of the Ontario Blues senior men’s provincial program and the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks post-secondary program, and played his grassroots rugby with the Aurora Barbarians.
While representing the Golden Hawks, Quattrin was named Ontario University Athletics’ Most Valuable Player in 2017.
Updated: Dec. 20, 2021
|Hometown||Holland Landing, Ontario|
|Grassroots Club||Aurora Barbarians|
|University Club||Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks|