Supported by Rugby Underdogs Again, the U. At the time, he was one of a watch canadian national womens rugby of players on the team who played professionally. Most of his teammates came from the semipro and amateur ranks. The team had only a few weeks together to prepare, and coaches increased practices to catch up, leaving some players worn out.
Click here for directions to Westhills Stadium. Players can train year round indoors complimented by a high-tech medical facility with professionally trained staff at this rehabilitation and injury treatment facility, which along with the weight training facility, will be replaced in by the state-of-the-art Al Charron Rugby Canada National Training Centre.
It will also be available to support the training needs of other high performance amateur athletes as well as the general public.
The facility, supported by the generous financial contribution by the Government of Canada, will provide Rugby Canada, its athletes, coaches and staff, with the necessary infrastructure to keep its National Teams competitive in domestic and international competition.
International rugby matches hosted at the City Centre Park facilities against the world's best have provided high-end entertainment and excitement value.
Given the fan-base, not just on the Island but throughout BC and Canada, Langford's vision to become a recreation hub for Vancouver Island is more than met in this venture.