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Rugby Ontario – (Oakville, Ont.) – This past week the Men’s U19 Blues hosted the US touring Boys High School All Americans – showcasing players from 13 states in total. The teams faced off twice at Appleby College in Oakville with the All Americans taking both games – the first on June 30 (27-14) and the second on July 2 (38-5). 
Both matches were very physical and open, with both sides playing fast, smart rugby right down to the last whistle. The Blues cycled through a squad of 35 players over the two games – all of which were vying for spots on the final roster that will be competing in the Canadian Rugby Championship. The coaching staff will now look to further narrow down their roster to a short list of 24 players.
The U19 Blues will play one final exhibition game in Burlington on July 11 against the top English School team – RGS High Wycombe – before moving forward to compete in the 2016 Canadian Rugby Championship, which will be hosted in Toronto in July.

About Rugby Ontario:

Rugby Ontario is the provincial sports governing body responsible for the organization of rugby in Ontario. Our mission is to promote, govern, and develop rugby at all levels in a safe, affordable and enjoyable environment within the province of Ontario.

There are more than 10,000 Rugby Ontario members registered with 63 rugby clubs and four branch unions located across the province, with participation in age grades ranging from minor (age 6+) to masters (age 35+) in male and female divisions.

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About Ontario Blues:

The Ontario Blues program is the high performance representative program for male rugby players in Ontario. It is designed to develop and showcase male athletes for Canadian national teams.

The senior team represents Ontario in the annual Canadian Rugby Championship, and has earned four national titles, having won the competition’s MacTier Cup annually from 2011-2014.

The under-19 team represents Ontario at the annual under-19 men’s Canadian Rugby Championship, and is designed to develop and showcase male athletes for the under-20 national team, as well as serving as a feeder program for the Ontario Blues senior team.

For more information, please contact:

Eric Forrest
Communications Assistant
Rugby Ontario
(647) 560-4790 x113

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