Wanderers invited to U-17 rugby camp

Eight members of the Castaway Wanderers made the U-17 West roster

Canada’s top U-17 male prospects are gathering Feb. 27 for a one-week development camp at Shawnigan Lake School and Rugby Canada’s Centre of Excellence.

Coaches Dean Murten, Canada U17 Men – West and Andy Plimer of Canada U17 Men – East, each selected 28 athletes from their respective assessment camps in the fall.

Eight members of the Castaway Wanderers made the U-17 West roster: Oak Bay High students Jonah Hall, Gavin Kratz, Callum Masterson, Brandon Schellenberger, Brayden Tate and Carter White along with Jonas Robinson of Saint Michaels University School, and Brennig Prevost, who attends Glenlyon Norfolk School.

 

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