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While the bookies and most everyone else expect top-ranked England to cruise to the Rugby World Cup title, Canada coach Kevin Rouet says his team has something to say about that. The third-ranked Canadian women look to derail England's championship run when the two teams face off Friday night at Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealand.
Canada is enduring a war of attrition at the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand. But coach Kevin Rouet's team has yet to stumble. The third-ranked Canadian women (2-0-0) wrap up Pool B play Saturday night against the sixth-ranked U.S. (1-1-0) in Auckland (3:15 p.m. Sunday local time) in control of their own destiny, despite losing a third player for the tournament in the wake of last weekend's 22-12 win over No. 5 Italy.
The Toronto Arrows have signed Canadian international wing Cole Davis for the 2023 Major League Rugby season. The 25-year-old Calgary native finished last season with Rugby ATL after a May trade from the Austin Gilgronis where he had spent most of the last two seasons.
Having integrated more than a dozen new faces into the program, coach Jack Hanratty believes the Canadian women's rugby sevens team has turned a corner. he Canadian squad will get a chance to prove him right at the Rugby World Cup Sevens, which start Friday in Cape Town.
The 21-year-old from Calgary, named to World Rugby's Women's Dream Team after Canada's fourth-place finish at the eight-country Commonwealth competition in Birmingham, England, is on the Canadian roster for the Rugby World Cup Sevens, which run Sept. 9-11 in Cape Town, South Africa.