Rugby World Cup Canada National Team Campsite Yamaguchi arrived at Nagato September 12 18:34

The Canadian national team participating in the Rugby World Cup, which starts in Japan on the 20th of this month, arrived at Nagato City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, on the 12th, and was welcomed by citizens.

Nagato City is the only official campsite in the Chugoku region, and Canadian representatives will camp on the dates from the 12th to the 22nd of this month.

The players arrived at Yamaguchi Ube Airport around noon on the 12th and received a bouquet with a smile after being greeted by Canadian team colors, city and airline officials wearing red jerseys.

Captain Tyler Adron said, “I am delighted to receive a warm welcome. There are many things to do for the first round, but I am looking forward to seeing what I can do in Nagato, a campsite.” It was.

The group then entered Nagato City by bus, and three of them, including the team director and coach, paid a courtesy visit to Nagato City Hall.

The three were greeted by about 100 citizens and staff with the Canadian flag, and the Canadian representative Gareth Reese greeted, “I am very thankful for Nagato City's support and want to give good results at the tournament.” , Thank you for the support of the city.

A woman in her 80s greeted, “The Canadian national team was big and impressed. I want you to do your best at the competition.”

The Canadian national team is scheduled to interact with the citizens on the 13th by releasing their practice.