Toronto Arrows BC stars available for interview
Arrows to face LA Giltinis in BC’s first-ever Major League Rugby match at Langford’s Starlight Stadium
January 25, 2022
The following advisory has been sent on behalf of the Toronto Arrows. The Arrows face the Los Angeles Giltinis at Langford’s Starlight Stadium on February 11, 2022 in what will be the first-ever Major League Rugby regular season match to be held in British Columbia. Tickets for the game, which is Round 2 of the MLR season, are now available and start from just $20.
With several BC natives on the Toronto Arrows roster, this will be a homecoming to remember with many beginning their Rugby journey here in British Columbia. Arrows media staff hope to facilitate any media requests ahead of the February 11 match on Vancouver Island.
Ollie Nott is a graduate of the British Columbia Bears senior men’s provincial program and Rugby Canada’s Pacific Pride national development program, and played his grassroots rugby with the Castaway Wanderers and University of Victoria Vikes in the BC Rugby Men’s Premier League.
Guiseppe du Toit is a graduate of the British Columbia Bears senior men’s provincial program and Rugby Canada’s Pacific Pride national development program. He played his grassroots rugby with the Ridge Meadows Bruins, the University of Victoria Vikes, and the Trinity Western University Spartans.
Siaki Vikilani and Taitusi Vikilani hail from Burnaby, and both honed their skills with Burnaby Lake RFC. Siaki has won seven caps with Canada’s Senior Men’s team so far, while Taitusi most recently played for the Pacific Pride (Rugby Canada’s national development program) in the recent Coastal Cup.
Bryce Worden, originally from Sussex, New Brunswick is a graduate of the British Columbia Bears Senior Men’s provincial program, represented Canada at the 2015 World Rugby Under-20 Trophy in 2015, and played his grassroots rugby with Burnaby Lake RFC.
James O’Neill is an Alberta native who is graduate of the University of Victoria, where he notably captained his Vikes side to the Canadian University Men’s Rugby Championship title in 2019. O’Neill is freshly off captaining the Pacific Pride in British Columbia’s Coastal Cup, where he helped lead the Rugby Canada national development academy side to a second-place finish.
To request an interview with any of the above players, or for any further media requests, please contact Toronto Arrows Communications Manager Brock Smith at email@example.com.
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