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25dReuters

Canada stay on course for Rugby World Cup 2019

Canada remain on course for a ninth successive Rugby World Cup appearance after a 29-10 bonus-point victory over Germany in their repechage qualifier.

Karen Drinkwater
301dBlaine Scully, USA Eagles captain

Scully: Eagles will finish off ARC job

USA Eagles captain Blaine Scully enjoyed a hometown farewell as Canada were beaten convincingly in Sacramento. He now heads back to his Cardiff, UK club confident his teammates can finish the job in the Americas Rugby Championship.

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386dPA Sport

Hunter hits century of caps as England run riot

England Women scored eight tries to defeat Canada 49-12 in their second Test match at the Stoop as captain Sarah Hunter marked her century of caps.

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528dESPN Staff

USA join England in RWC 2019 pool

The USA have booked their spot at the Rugby World Cup in 2019 after a convincing 52-16 win over rivals Canada in the second leg of their Americas qualifiers.

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598dESPN Staff

Blyde secures dramatic win for Black Ferns

Michaela Blyde scored with the last play of the game to give New Zealand's Black Ferns a 17-14 victory over Canada at the HSBC Kitakyushu Sevens in Japan.

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605dESPN Staff

Canada Sevens make history against USA

Canada won their first ever HSBC sevens title, in a historic first all North American final, with a 26-19 victory over the USA at the Singapore sevens.

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746dPA Sport

England women enjoy big win over Canada

England concluded their autumn series with a resounding 39-6 victory over Canada at Twickenham.

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763dESPN Staff

Preview: Schmidt's changes won't hinder Ireland

Having shaken off the shackles of 111 years without a win against New Zealand, the question is whether Joe Schmidt's Ireland can back it up in the weeks to come.

2015 RankingsRugby World Cup

  • CAN14th
    TRIES SCORED 1st New Zealand : 25 Tries Scored
    NZL1st
    7
    25
  • CAN17th
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st New Zealand : 125 Points Difference
    NZL1st
    -73
    125