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Tries from Lucas Rumball (2), Clay Panga (2), Paul Ciulini, Michael Hamson, Ray Barkwill seal 52-25 victory over Brazil at Westhills Stadium in Langford, BC
LANGFORD, BC – Canada’s Men’s Rugby Team collected its second win of the 2016 Americas Rugby Championship after a historic 52-25 win over Brazil Saturday night at Westhills Stadium.

Canada ran in seven tries as Lucas Rumball (2), Clay Panga (2), Michael Hamson, Paul Ciulini and captain Ray Barkwill all touched down while Andrew Ferguson kicked 13 points in front of 1,865 fans.
“To get one try was amazing but to get two was just a bonus,” Panga said. “It was an unreal feeling. It’s a great testament to how hard the boys worked.”
After building a 31-13 lead at the break, it took Canada 25 minutes to break through in the second half as Panga went over for his second try of the night after Daniel Sancery had touched down for Brazil in the 47th minute. Joao Luiz da Ros got Brazil a late consolation try before Ciulini and Hamson each grabbed their first test tries in the final five minutes with Brock Staller, who made his test debut at outside centre, adding both conversions.
“We have to give credit to the forwards,” attack coach Graeme Moffat said. “They took it to Brazil and scored all seven tries. That will definitely rile the backs up and will hopefully make training interesting next week.”
Canada exploded for four tries in the first half as they came storming out of the gates. Rumball grabbed the first test try of his career as the Scarborough, Ont., native crashed over after collecting the ball at the back of the breakdown.

Brazil got on the board in the ninth minute as centre Moises Duque kicked a penalty before Panga notched his first test try in the 12th minute with Ferguson again converting for a 14-3 lead.
Duncan Maguire was sinbinned in the 21st minute for a late and high tackle with Duque taking advantage again before Brazil grabbed their first try of the night as scrum half Johannes Beukes Cremer snuck out the back of the scrum and beat a tackler before diving over in the corner.
With Maguire back in the fold, Canada hit back as Captain Barkwill overlapped on the wing before swan diving in for just his second test try in his 29th game to give Canada a 22-13 advantage.
Canada would bundle over one last time in the opening 40 with Brazil No. 8 Nicholas Smith in the sin bin for a cynical side entry penalty, Rumball again drove over from the breakdown for his second try of the night.
In addition to Staller, Brett Johnson, Joe Dolesau, Eric Howard, Jake Robinson, Rob Brouwer and Hamson all made their test debuts Saturday, coming on as replacements.
“It was an unbelievable feeling,” Johnson said. “To come from a small town like Truro and make my test debut is a wonderful moment.”
Canada will head to South America for the final two games of their ARC campaign as they will first face Argentina XV in one week before concluding against Chile on March 5. Canada opened with a 33-17 win over Uruguay before a narrow 30-22 loss to the USA in Texas last weekend.
“The coaches have put an emphasis on not losing at home,” Panga said. “To be able to come out here and perform in front of our home crowd is just the icing on the cake. Now we have to take that on the road.”
Canada’s Team to face Brazil (Name, club, hometown):
1. Djustice Sears-Duru – (Oakville Crusaders/Ontario Blues) Oakville, ON
2. Ray Barkwill – Captain (Castaway Wanderers/Ontario Blues) Niagara Falls, ON
3. Jake Ilnicki – (Castaway Wanderers/BC Bears) Williams Lake, BC
4. Paul Ciulini – (Aurora Barbarians/Ontario Blues) Vaughan, ON
5. Liam Chisholm – (UVIC Vikes) Kenora, ON
6. Lucas Rumball – (Balmy Beach RFC/Ontario Blues) Scarborough, ON
7. Alistair Clark – (Bay Street Pigs/Ontario Blues) Oakville, ON
8. Clay Panga – (Westshore Valhallians/Prairie Wolf Pack) Calgary, AB
9. Andrew Ferguson – (Oakville Crusaders/Ontario Blues) Mississauga, ON
10. Gradyn Bowd – (UVIC Vikes/Prairie Wolf Pack) Calgary, AB
11. Duncan Maguire – (St. Albert RFCC/Prairie Wolf Pack) St. Albert, AB
12. Nick Blevins – (Calgary Hornets/Prairie Wolf Pack) Calgary, AB
13. Brock Staller – (UBC Thunderbirds/BC Bears) Vancouver, BC
14. Dan Moor – (Balmy Beach RFC/Ontario Blues) Toronto, ON
15. Pat Parfrey – (Swilers RFC/Atlantic Rock) St. John’s, NL
16. Eric Howard – (Brantford Harlequins/Ontario Blues) Ottawa, ON
17. Hubert Buydens – (Castaway Wanderers/Prairie Wolf Pack) Saskatoon, SK
18. Rob Brouwer – (Lindsay RFC/Ontario Blues) Lindsay, ON
19. Kyle Baillie – (St. Albert RFC/Atlantic Rock) Summerside, PEI
20. Michael Hamson – (Halifax Tars/Atlantic Rock) Halifax, NS
21. Jacob Robinson – (St. Albert RFC/Prairie Wolf Pack) St. Albert, AB
22. Joe Dolesau – (Burnaby Lake RC/BC Bears) Burnaby, BC
23. Brett Johnson – (Truro Saints/Atlantic Rock) Truro, NS
Unavailable for selection due to injury:
Kyle Gilmour – (Rotherham Titans/Prairie Wolf Pack) St. Albert, AB
Phil Mackenzie – (Sale Sharks/Ontario Blues), Oakville, ON
Gordon McRorie – (Calgary Hornets/Prairie Wolf Pack) Calgary, AB
Callum Morrison – (UBCOB Ravens/BC Bears) Victoria, BC
Mozac Samson – (Calgary Saints/Prairie Wolf Pack) Calgary, AB
Canada’s Senior Men’s Coaching Staff:
Francois Ratier – Interim Head Coach
Jamie Cudmore – Forwards/defence coach
Graeme Moffat – Attack coach
Mike Shelley – Scrum coach
Chris Silverthorn – Forwards coach
Andy Evans – Strength and Conditioning coach
James Kent – Performance analyst
Brazil Team to face Canada:
1.Jonatas Paulo
2.Daniel Danielewicz
3.Vitor Ancina
4. Lucas Piero Moraes
5. Luis Vieira
6. Mark Jackson – captain
7. Cleber Dias
8. Nicholas Smith
9. Johannes Beukes Cremer
10. Lucas Duque
11. Lucas Muller
12. Moises Duque
13. Felipe Sancery
14. Stefano Giantorno
15. Daniel Sancery
16. Yan Rosetti
17. Wilton Reboldo
18. Lucas Abud
19. Matheus Wolf
20. Joao Luiz da Ros
21. Mateus Tavares
22. Laurent Couhet
23. Guilherme Coghetto

Scoring Summary:


Tries: Lucas Rumball (2), Clay Panga (2), Paul Ciulini, Michael Hamson, Ray Barkwill
Conversions: Andrew Ferguson (5), Brock Staller (2)
Penalties: Andrew Ferguson


Tries: Joao Luiz da Ros, Johannes Beukes Cremer, Daniel Sancery
Conversions: Moises Duque (2)
Penalties: Moises Dugue (2)
Americas Rugby Championship | 2016 Competition Calendar
(Home v Away)
Round 1 – Weekend of Feb. 6 -7, 2016
Canada 33-17 Uruguay
USA 35-35 Argentina
Chile 25-22 Brazil
Round 2 – Weekend of Feb. 13 – 14, 2016
USA 30-22 Canada
Argentina 52-15 Chile
Brazil 29-33 Uruguay
Round 3 – Weekend of Feb. 20 -21, 2016
Canada 52-25 Brazil
USA 64-0 Chile
Uruguay 21-24 Argentina
Round 4 – Weekend of Feb. 27 – 28, 2016
Argentina v Canada
Brazil v USA
Chile v Uruguay
Round 5 – Weekend of March 5 – 6, 2016
Chile v Canada
Uruguay v USA
Brazil v Argentina


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