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Canada’s U20 Men’s Rugby Team will meet the USA in a two game series this June to determine the North America berth for the 2023 World Rugby U20 Trophy.

The team will play the American U20 men’s team on Tuesday June 6 and Saturday June 10 in Spartanburg, South Carolina on the campus of University of South Carolina Upstate (kick off for both games is 3:00 p.m. PT/6:00 p.m. ET).

The winner of this series will play in the 2023 World Rugby U20 Trophy, which returns this summer for the first time since 2019. Eight teams will compete in Nairobi, Kenya from July 15 to 30, with the winner earning promotion to the World Rugby U20 Championship for 2024.

The team was selected following a U20 Men’s Long List Camp that was held in February at Shawnigan Lake School in BC and a tour in Uruguay in early May, where the Canada’s U20 Men’s Rugby Team had a 21-16 loss to Uruguay and a 21-9 loss to Spain.

“We were fortunate to be able to learn so much during our tour to Uruguay,” said Canada’s U20 Men’s Rugby Team Head Coach Adam Roberts. “We’ve added players to our roster and bolstered our skills, and we are heading to the USA with a continued sense of enthusiasm. We’re excited to continue building every day.”

Ahead of their departure to South Carolina, the team held a camp in Ontario at Brampton RFC, which concluded with a friendly scrimmage session with the Toronto Arrows Academy.

Both World Rugby U20 Trophy Qualifier matches will be livestreamed on FloRugby.



Jordan Auger (Ottawa, ON) – University of Victoria / Barrhaven Scottish

Muiredach Casey (Ottawa, ON) – University of Victoria / Barrhaven Scottish

Taine Clague (Victoria, BC) – University of Victoria / James Bay AA

Aaron Clark (Calgary, AB) – Pacific Pride / Canucks RFC

Michael Di Lella Jr. (Orono, ON) – Guelph University / Oshawa Vikings

Sol Jacques (Penticton, BC) – University of British Columbia / Penticton Harlequins

Cole Kelly (Mississauga, ON) – Trinity College Dublin / Wicklow RFC

Grant Meadows (Richmond Hill, ON) – Brock University / Aurora Barbarians

Lachlan McGrigor (Toronto, ON) – Bath University

Joe McNulty (North Vancouver, BC) – University of British Columbia / Capilano RFC

Evan Roy (Ottawa, ON) – University of Ottawa / Ottawa Beavers

Charles Trollip (Guelph, ON) – Guelph RFC

Caden Wilson (Vancouver, BC) – University of British Columbia

Olly Wiseman (Chiswick, UK) – Cardiff Met RFC / London Wasps

Jeffrey Young (Toronto, ON) – Cardiff Met RFC / Toronto Nomads


Brenden Black (Oakville, ON) – Guelph University / Oakville Crusaders

James Clarke (St. John’s, NL) – Pacific Pride / Swilers RFC

Owain Cormack (North Vancouver, BC) – University of British Columbia / Capilano RFC

Marcus D’Acre (Oakville, ON) – Queen’s University / Oakville Crusaders

Josh Eustache (Brantford, ON) – Brantford Harlequins / University of Waterloo

Noah Flesch (Coburg, ON) – Pacific Pride / Coburg Saxons

Alastair Marshall (Hudson Bay, SK) – University of British Columbia / Regina Rogues

Craig Mitchell-Hermann (Abbotsford, BC) – James Bay AA

Liam Poulton (Chilliwack, BC) – University of Victoria / Castaway Wanderers

James Thiel (Abbotsford, BC) – Pacific Pride / Abbotsford RFC

James Webb (Toronto, ON) – Queen’s University / Balmy Beach RFC

Stephen Webb (Toronto, ON) – Balmy Beach RFC / Crescent School

Brady White (Pictou County, NS) – Pacific Pride / Pictou County RFC


Callum Arneson (Fernie, BC) – University of British Columbia / Hillcrest Villagers

Samson Brown (Vancouver, BC) – Claremont College Lions / UBC Old Boys Ravens

Jaiden John (Mississauga, ON) – Pacific Pride / Mississauga Blues

Ethan Lee (Vancouver, BC) – University of British Columbia / Ravens RFC

Kieran Martin (White Rock, BC) – University of British Columbia / Bayside RFC


Alastair Bruce (Cape Town, RSA) – Pacific Pride / Bishops Diocesan College

Tyler Matchem (Pictou County, NS) – Pacific Pride / Pictou County RFC

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