Jarvis Dashkewytch has been in the national team program for several years after leaving SDSS
Jarvis Dashkewytch will make his Canada Sevens debut for the senior men tomorrow in Dubai.
The 21-year-old from Tsawwassen has been named to 13 players for the first leg of the 2022 HSBC World Rugby Seven Series. The selection reflects Dashkewytch’s progress with the Rugby Canada program since leaving South Delta Secondary for s ” train full time at the national team training center in Langford. He graduated from Lambrick Park and now attends the University of Victoria.
The completion of the Tokyo Summer Games last summer saw the retirement of many veteran Canadian Sevens players, creating an opportunity for many new faces to join Langford’s centralized program. Cody Nhanala and Lachlan Kratz join Dashkewytch to make their senior men’s seven-a-side debut.
The Dubai stage will see the 10 participating countries divided into two pools for two days of competition.
Prior to focusing full time on rugby, Dashkewytch was an outstanding athlete who supported the Delta Islanders at the Midget A1 Provincial Lacrosse Championships in 2016. He was also part of a dominant age group that participated in the program. South Delta Rams Community Football Center.