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Canada A national rugby union team

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Canada A national rugby union team

Canada A
Union Rugby Canada
Emblem(s) the Maple leaf
Ground(s) Westhills Stadium

Canada A is a national representative rugby union team of Rugby Canada. It is the second-tier side to the Canada national rugby union team. Canada A competes in tournaments such as the Americas Rugby Championship and World Rugby Pacific Challenge against other national 'A' teams.[1]


  • Results 1
  • Current squad 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


Matches against national teams or national 'A' teams up to and including 2014 Americas Rugby Championship:

10-10-2010 Tonga A 16–32 Canada Selects Córdoba, Argentina
05-10-2010  Canada Selects 14–49 Argentina Jaguars Córdoba, Argentina
15-10-2010 USA Select XV  6–17 Canada Selects  Córdoba, Argentina
12-10-2012 Uruguay 10–28 Canada A Langford, BC
16-10-2012 USA Selects  2–23 Canada A Langford, BC
19-10-2012 Argentina Jaguars 28–9 Canada A Langford, BC
20-10-2013 Canada A 17–10 Uruguay Langford, BC
15-10-2013 Canada A 10–30 USA Selects Langford, BC
19-10-2013 Canada A 14–23 Argentina Jaguars Langford, BC
11-10-2014 Canada A 20–6 Uruguay Langford, BC
15-10-2014 Canada A  3–16 USA Selects Langford, BC
19-10-2014 Canada A  9–39 Argentina Jaguars Langford, BC
  • In 2009, the Argentina Jaguars beat Canada A in an exhibition match not listed in this table.

Current squad

Canada A 28-man squad for the 2015 World Rugby Pacific Challenge.[2]

Note: Bold denotes players who are internationally capped.


  1. ^ Shelvin Singh (27 January 2015). "Fiji to host rugby’s revamped ‘Pacific Challenge’". Mai Life. Archived from the original on 27 January 2015. Retrieved 27 January 2015. 

External links

  • 2014 Pacific Rugby Cup News on
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