Isaac Kaay never got serious with the sport until arriving at the University of Victoria. There, the doors started to open up for the South Kam Grad as he prepares to play for Canada Friday to open up the World Cup Rugby Sevens in San Francisco, CA.
“Playing rugby there (Victoria) I got noticed by the National Team coaches. I got my shot, made the team and this is my second year doing it,”
The former member of the Kamloops Rugby Club is a forward on Canada’s National Sevens team loves the format.
“It’s just a fast game. You have to be quick, fast and well rounded to play the sevens game. It’s more fan-friendly, lots of scoring.”
Kaay and Team Canada play Papua New Guinea Friday afternoon at 1:20pm. They need to win in order to advance to round two.
Kaay joins the Radio NL Morning Show Friday morning with Jon Keen to discuss his road to the world stage.