Canada's rugby 7s teams clinch World Cup berths at qualifier in Bahamas

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Canada's Jake Thiel, centre, seen in HSBC Canada Sevens rugby action, scored a try in both the national team's 38-14 quarter-final win over Barbados and 41-0 semifinal win over Mexico at the Rugby Americas North (RAN) Sevens Qualifiers in Nassau, Bahamas on Sunday. (Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press - image credit)
Canada's Jake Thiel, centre, seen in HSBC Canada Sevens rugby action, scored a try in both the national team's 38-14 quarter-final win over Barbados and 41-0 semifinal win over Mexico at the Rugby Americas North (RAN) Sevens Qualifiers in Nassau, Bahamas on Sunday. (Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press - image credit)

Canada's rugby sevens teams continued rolling on Sunday at the Rugby Americas North (RAN) Sevens Qualifiers in Nassau, Bahamas.

The men's and women's squads both clinched spots at the 2022 Rugby World Cup Sevens tournament and won their respective finals.

The men's team opened the day with a 38-14 quarter-final victory over Barbados, and then followed it up with a 41-0 semifinal win over Mexico to clinch a berth into the 2022 Rugby World Cup Sevens tournament.

The event is scheduled for September 9-11 in Cape Town, South Africa. The Canadians only needed to make it to the final on Sunday to qualify. They capped off the day with a 29-12 win over Jamaica in the final.

Canadian women cruise past Mexico in final

The Canadian women secured their World Cup spot in Cape Town with a dominant 33-0 victory over Mexico in the final of the six-team tournament.

Canada claimed a whopping 71-0 victory over the Cayman Islands to reach the final.

Olivia Apps, Keyara Wardley, Fancy Bermudez, Asia Hogan Rochester, Krissy Scurfield, Chloe Daniels, and Bianca Farella all ran in tries in the win.

Canada went 3-0 on Saturday with wins over Mexico, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago.

In Canada's opening men's game on Sunday, Jake Thiel, Phil Berna, Cooper Coats, Thomas Isherwood, Nick Allen and Brock Webster all contributed tries in the runaway win against Barbados.

In the semifinal, Thiel and Isherwood each added another try for the day, while Elias Ergas and Anton Ngongo both scored twice, while Jarvis Dashkewytch ran one in as well.

On Saturday, Canada came out of Pool A play undefeated with a 36-0 win over the British Virgin Islands and a 33-5 triumph over Trinidad and Tobago.

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