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Football Canada – OTTAWA, ON (June 20, 2016) – Football Canada unveils its Junior National Team roster in preparation for the 2016 International Federation of American Football (IFAF) U19 World Championship, June 28 – July 10, in Harbin, China.

Canada’s entry has retained a core group of players from its U18 and U19 national teams which competed against Team USA at the International Bowl series in Arlington, Texas.  

“As a coaching staff, we’ve used the International Bowl series against the U.S. national teams as an opportunity to prepare, evaluate and select the top identified players to go on and represent our nation on the world stage,” Canada’s defensive coordinator and head coach Warren Craney said.  

“After a long travel day, we will use our training camp in China to adjust to the twelve-hour (ET) time difference and come together in pursuit of a gold medal.”  

After roughly a full day in the air, Team Canada will arrive in China on June 22 and begin training camp in preparation for their opening game against Mexico on June 30. They will then play on July 3, July 7 and July 9 or 10, depending on game results of the championship’s double-elimination play.   

“This tournament and its competition keeps improving each cycle and we look forward to representing our great football nation in China.”

Canada’s Junior National Team roster – 2016 IFAF U19 World Championship, China

Pos.

First Name / Prénom

Last Name / Nom

Hometown / Ville

Équipe 2015 Team

(Commitment / Engagement)

QB/QA

Dimitri

Morand

Gatineau, QC

Cégep Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu

QB/QA

Mason

Nyhus

Regina, SK

Riffel (Saskatchewan)

RB/DO

Adam

Machart

Saskatoon, SK

Saskatoon Hilltops [CJFL]

RB/DO

Samuel

Makwanda

Laval, QC

Collège André-Grasset

RB/DO

Dynell

Pierre

Montreal, QC

Cégep Vieux Montréal

REC

Trey

Kellogg

Okotoks, AB

Foothills (UBC)

REC

K.J.

Johnson

Surrey, BC/C.-B.

Langley Rams [CJFL]

REC

François

Rocheleau

Saint-Basile-le-Grand, QC

Collège André-Grasset

REC

Félix

Lussier-Roy

Sherbrooke, QC

Collège Champlain-Lennoxville

REC

Jordan

Duprey

Gatineau, QC

Cégep Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu

REC

Mathieu

Robitaille

Quebec, QC

Cégep Limoilou

C

Samuel

Lefebvre

Saint-Lambert-de-Lauzon, QC

Cégep Levis-Lauzon (Laval)

C/G

Marc-Antoine

Lemay

Trois-Rivières, QC

Collège Champlain-Lennoxville

OT/BL

Drew

Desjarlais

Belle River, ON

Windsor

OL/LO

Jesse

Gibbon

Hamilton, ON

Waterloo

OT/BL

Logan

Ferland

Melfort, SK

Regina Thunder [CJFL]

OL/LO

Pier-Olivier

Lestage

Saint-Eustache, QC

Cégep Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu 

OL/LO

Philippe

Robitaille

Montreal, QC

Cégep Levis-Lauzon

OL/LO

Zack

Williams

Winnipeg, MB

Manitoba

DL/LD

Carson

Bell

Assiniboia, SK

Regina Thunder [CJFL]

DE/AD

Charles-Émile

Bouchard

Saint-Prime, QC

Centurions St-Félicien (CNDF)

DL/LD

Mathew

Goodall

Mt. Albert (Newmarket), ON

Huron Heights

DL/LD

Connor

Griffiths

Langley, BC/C.-B.

UBC

DL/LD

Skye

King

Calgary, AB

Calgary Colts [CJFL] (York)

DT/PD

J Min

Pelley

Calgary, AB

Calgary Colts [CJFL] (Carleton)

DE/AD

Riley

Pickett

Saskatoon, SK

Saskatoon Hilltops [CJFL]

LB/SEC

Nicolas

Cross

Regina, SK

LeBoldus

LB/SEC

Lowhya

Lako

Windsor, ON

Windsor

LB/SEC

Logan 

Mainil

Weyburn, SK

Saskatchewan

LB/SEC

Deshawn

Stevens

Toronto, ON

Kent [CT] (Maine)

LB/SEC

Eric

Thakurdeen

Saskatoon, SK

Saskatchewan

LB/SEC

Benjamin

Whiting

Saskatoon, SK

Saskatchewan

DB/DD

Denver

Coursol

St-Lin-des-Laurentides, QC

Collège André-Grasset

DB/DD

Polis

Koko

Regina, SK

Regina

DB/DD

Bruno

Lagacé

Boucherville, QC

Collège André-Grasset

DB/DD

Bowan

Lewis

Rocky View, AB

Saskatchewan

DB/DD

Kaylyn

Smith St-Cyr

La Prairie, QC

Vanier College

K/B

Vincent

Blanchard

St-Germain-de-Grantham, QC

Collège Champlain-Lennoxville

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