Former Grey College captain opts for Canada as his Test future

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Former Grey College captain, Ross Braude, looks set to be the latest South Africa-born player to seek his fortune for another international team.

Star schoolboy talent, Braude, 20, is set to play Test rugby for Canada.

BRAUDE QUALIFIES FOR CANADA THROUGH HIS FATHER

Braude qualifies to play for the Cannucks though his father, Gary.

Small in stature at 1.6 metres, it’s no surprise that Braude is a scrumhalf – and an excellent one at that.

Braude played in two Craven Weeks for Free State before making the move to the Bulls.

He has represented the SA Under-18 Sevens team and was also included in a Junior Boks training squad before the Covid-19 pandemic struck.

Braude is in the process of finalising a release from his Bulls contract and hopes to settle in Toronto.

He could feature for his adopted country shortly having already been named in a national group in preparation for a match against neighbours, the United States.

Braude will follow in the footsteps of DTH van der Merwe who, having been born in Worcester in the Cape, went on to play 61 Tests for Canada.

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