Charvis' status among legends passes the Test
Canada 3 Wales 60
Sunday 12 June 2005
Wales took an eighth successive win with a convincing defeat of Canada in front of 12,000 spectators at the York Stadium in Toronto.
It had not been all one-way traffic in the first half as the RBS 6 Nations champions had been held to a 15-3 lead by a resolute home side.
Tries from Mark Taylor and Colin Charvis in the first half kept Wales in front, but the part-time Canada side conceded seven tries after the break as Wales ran up a record win against their hosts. Nineteen-year-old debutant Chris Czekaj scored the try of the match, Jon Thomas crossed twice and Ben Broster scored on his first start.
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