Friday, April 3, 2015

Retro Friday: James Pritchard scores v Georgia in 2012

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In the World Rugby Rankings Georgia is 14th and Canada 17th. Both teams are seeded fourth of five in their respective pools for Rugby World Cup 2015 and are targeting wins over their lower ranked foes in addition to one of their higher ranked opponents. Canada's biggest home win since Rugby World Cup 2011 was against Georgia in June 2012 in a test match played in Vancouver, British Columbia. The 19 point win featured a number of impressive tries with none more so than that of fullback James Pritchard's effort in the opening half. Pritchard finished off a move created from a Conor Trainor break which saw both Matt Evans and Phil MacKenzie both also involved. The English based outside back Now aged 35 Pritchard is eyeing up selection for a fourth Rugby World Cup. 

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