Captain Ghislaine Landry and strike runner Bianca Farella can hit milestones later this month when Canada travels to New Zealand and Australia for the fourth and fifth stops on the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series.
Landry is one kick away from 300 career conversions, second only to New Zealand’s Tyla Nathan-Wong’s 379. The 31-year-old from Toronto already leads all women on the circuit with 1,286 points.
Farella, a 27-year-old from Montreal, is one try short of 150 on the series, second behind New Zealand’s Portia Woodman’s 195. Landry is third with 137 tries.
The Canadian women stand fourth in the standings after three events.