Canada facing off against French Barbarians
June 28, 2008

The French Barbarians have named its starting fifteen to face Canada at Esquimalt's Bullen Park later today.

It is a talent laden team that has touched down in Victoria, with a number of French Internationals, along with former All Black Kees Meeuws.

French Barbarians
15. Nicolas Le Roux (Brive) 14. Thomas Lombard (Racing-Mètro), 13. Yoan Audrin (Montauban) 12. Ludovic Valbon (Racing-Mètro) 11. Marc Andreu (Toulon) 10. Julien Peyrelongue (Biarritz) 9. Julien Thomas (Montpellier) 8. Mohammed Dridi (Biarritz) 7. Vincent Forgues (Brive) 6. Louis Massabeau (Bayonne) 5. Julien Pierre (Bourgoin) 4. David Auradou (Racing-Mètro) 3. Kees Meeuws (Castres) 2. Olivier Noirot (Biarritz) 1. Vincent Debaty (Agen)

Replacements from: Arnauld Tchougong Kamga (Bourgoin), Rudolph Berek (Dax), Jocelino Suta (Mont-de-Marsan), Gwendal Ollivier (Grenoble), Louis Massabeau (Bayonne), Romain Cabannes (Biarritz),

Starting team vs French Barbarians
15. Steven Piatek (Brantford Harlequins), 14. James Pritchard (Bedford, England), 13. Bryn Keys (Aurora Barbarians), 12. Ben Grant (U Vic Vikes), 11. Tony La Carte (Bayside Sharks), 10. Ander Monro (Colorno, Italy), 9. Pat Fleck (Vancouver Meraloma), 8. Aaron Carpenter (Brantford Harlequins), 7. Adam Kleeberger (U Vic Vikes), 6. Mike Webb (Vancouver Rowing Club), 5. Stu Ault (Barrhaven Scottish), 4. Tyler Hotson (Eastern Suburbs, Sydney, Australia), 3. Jon Thiel (Bayside Sharks), 2. Pat Riordan (c), 1. Hubert Buydens (Castaway Wanderers).

16. Mike Pletch (Oakville Crusaders), 17. Doug Wooldridge (Lindsay RFC), 18. Ben Johnson (James Bay AA), 19. Luke Cudmore (London Irish), 20. Andrew Wilson (unattached), 21.Nanyak Dala (Saskatoon Wild Oats), 22. James Buchanan (Calgary Hornets).


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