After taking down USA in game one of the tournament 24-7, Canada will play their final game of the tournament against hosts England on Sunday, July 28. Kickoff at 11am ET/ 7am PT.
"We certainly gained some positives from the USA game and to regain the Can-Am is always special for our athletes.The players have really worked hard while in camp, have challenged us as a staff and each other as players," said head coach Jack Hanratty.
"Playing against a top nation like England is exactly the preparation that we need as we develop our athletes into the senior women’s program. We understand the massive challenge ahead of us but are excited about the opportunity."
Sunday's match will be available for streaming pending any weather disruptions on the day on OnPoint Performance Analysis Facebook page.
Idia Ihensekhein – Oakville Crusaders (Milton, ON)
Claudia Fulton – Valley Bulldogs RFC (Aylesford, NS)
Maya Montiel – Ottawa Irish (Moncton, NB)
Keegan Brantner – Lethbridge RFC (Lethbridge, AB) ‘C’
Lyric Atchison – UBC Thunderbirds (North Vancouver, BC)
Noémie Tremblay – Club de Rugby de Quebec (Quebec City, QC)
Lizzie Gibson – Oakville Crusaders
Emma Feldinger – UBC Thunderbirds (Alex Creek)
Berlyn Seselja – U of C Dinos (Surrey, BC)
Alayna Scramstad – UBC Thunderbirds (Lashburn, SK)
Angie Olukunmi – Calgary Irish (Calgary, AB)
Shoshanah Seumanutafa – UBC Thunderbirds
Sarah-Maude Lachance – Club de Rugby de Quebec (Victoriaville, QC)
Kally King – UBC Thunderbirds (Kamloops, BC)
Brogan Mior – Foothills Lions (Okotoks, AB)
Holly Phillips – Calgary Irish (Canmore, AB)
Hanna Nicholl – Toronto Nomads (Toronto, ON)
Rori Wood – UBC Thunderbirds (Sooke, BC)
Rayann D’Aguiar – Brampton Beavers (Caledon, ON)
Callie Harder – Uvic Vikings (Lillooet, BC)
Justine Blatt-Jannmatt – Valley Bulldogs/Windsor Machine (Wolfville, NS)
Jasmine Baxter – Oshawa Vikings (Ajax, ON)
Maya Addai – Ottawa (Kanata) & Barrhaven Scottish (Ottawa, ON)
Canada 24-7 USA
Sunday, July 28
Canada vs England-11am ET/7am PT
Loughborough University, England