Canadian rugby team gets set to host Fiji at Twin Elm Rugby Park in Ottawa

Canadian rugby player Ciaran Hearn breaks free from an American player during a game in Edmonton...

Canadian rugby player Ciaran Hearn breaks free from an American player during a game in Edmonton last month. (Trevor Robb, QMI Agency)

TIM BAINES, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 10:05 PM ET

OTTAWA - You really don't need to know much about lineouts, scrums, rucks or a try to enjoy the Pacific Nations Cup rugby game between Canada and Fiji Wednesday in Ottawa.

Just get out to Twin Elm Rugby Park (6 p.m.), then sit back and enjoy the action because there's going to be plenty of it.

Just ask fullback/kicker James Pritchard, a guy who is just 25 points shy of becoming Canada's career leading international point scorer (487 is the record held by Gareth Rees).


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