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March 25, 2015
posted by Jan-Christian Sorensen
by John Langley

A big day of rugby at Burnaby Lake:

For me this is what rugby is all about.  Two big clubs facing off, and a full slate of games both men and women.  Last time these two met it was almost a sweep for Capilano except for the Burnaby Premier women. Continue »

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Zaruba, Jones tapped for HK Sevens

March 20, 2015
posted by Jan-Christian Sorensen

Capilano RFC members Harry Jones and Adam Zaruba have been selected by Canada for the upcoming Hong Kong Sevens. Team Canada will play Belgium, Samoa, and Fiji in the opening round next weekend. Congrats to Harry, Adam, and the entire Canadian team on their selections. Best of luck in Hong Kong. Continue »

Caps travel to Burnaby this weekend

March 18, 2015
posted by Jan-Christian Sorensen

This Saturday features a big club vs. club rugby day as four Capilano RFC teams travel to Burnaby to take on the Burnaby Lake Rugby Club. These full club days don’t happen very often and the Capilano RFC would like to fill the sidelines this weekend with Capilano supporters. This Saturday also features the men’s third-division B side travelling to Ridge Meadows and the second-division Women’s team playing at home against Langley. Continue »

Caps go 5-0 for weekend clean sweep

March 9, 2015
posted by Jan-Christian Sorensen

By John Langley

March 7 at Klahanie:  Today was a memorable day for Cap rugby as all teams won!  Having just returned from our snow birding it was great to see the North Shore sun shine and watch exciting rugby live! I have been trying to keep up by watching the BCRU streams and reading BCRugbynews but nothing is like watching the game in person with a beverage and the old gang out in support. Continue »

Five matches on tap for March 7 as Oak Bay travels to Klahanie Park

March 5, 2015
posted by Jan-Christian Sorensen

Five Capilano RFC teams are in action this coming Saturday with three of the matches taking place at the Capilano Rugby Club. The Capilano Club looks to build off a four win Saturday last weekend. Last weekend saw a great turnout at Klahanie Park and the club hopes to see the stands full again this weekend. Continue »

Caps claim wins over Rowing Club

March 1, 2015
posted by Jan-Christian Sorensen
by Steve Feenstra

Against the backdrop of azure skies and a warm February sun, Caps and Rowers squared off this weekend at Klahanie Park in West Vancouver.

In the Div. 1 game it can be said that the Rowers didn’t help their cause with two gift tries ( long pass steals and an easy sprint to the end zone) in the first half that helped the Caps take a 27-10 lead at the 40 minute whistle. Continue »

Five home games this Saturday

February 25, 2015
posted by Jan-Christian Sorensen

UPDATE: Richmond has defaulted in the scheduled 11:30 a.m. game at the Capilano 3B men’s team. The Capilano 3A men’s side will now host the Rowers 3As at 11:30 a.m. on the top field.

This Saturday will be a big day at the Capilano Rugby Club as the club will be hosting five games. Continue »

Jones to Zaruba for the win

February 14, 2015
posted by Jan-Christian Sorensen

Capilano RFC player Adam Zaruba scored the game winning try against England Feb. 13 at the Vegas Sevens. He received a pass from fellow Capilano RFC player Harry Jones and then beat two defenders. The video can be seen here.  The games can be watched by clicking here. Go Canada Go. Continue »

All home games cancelled for Feb. 5

February 6, 2015
posted by Jan-Christian Sorensen

All sports fields on the North Shore have been closed for the weekend due to the rain. Klahanie Park is closed for all games scheduled this weekend as are all the alternate fields on the North Shore. The Premier/1st Division games against CW will be made up at home on March 7th. Continue »

Cap premiers start 2nd half with win

February 2, 2015
posted by Jan-Christian Sorensen


by Steve Feenstra

The Premier-division game between UBC Old Boys Ravens and Capilano was a close hard-fought contest that saw each team dominate a half. Unfortunately for the Old Boys, the Capilano surge in the second half of the game produced a few more points and a 25-16 victory.

The game started with both teams kicking for position in the first 10 minutes and neither really gaining a territorial advantage. Penalty attempts at four and nine minutes produced three points for the Old Boys and then they started to make some encouraging runs. Continue »