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Posted October 22nd, 2012 at 03:40 AM by xieyuanyuan
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Brian Hunter, manager of the mens side, said the lopsided games allowed him to give more playing time to his bench players. "Weve got some young guys that we want to get into the mix and everyone has played solid so were happy so far," said Hunter. "Theres definitely work to be done though. We started getting away from our game plan in the second game, but its been addressed and will be corrected." Hunter says anything less than an appearance in the mens final Sunday will be a huge disappointment. Not only will that allow them to qualify for the World Cup, but help them build towards Rio in 2016 when sevens will make its Olympic debut. "Every tournament we get in allows us more development time building towards 2016 in Rio," Hunter said. "It gives these guys a chance to showcase themselves to the coaches." So while the men corrected minor glitches along the way, the women suffered a loss in personnel as Karen Paquin is done for the weekend following an eye injury. "The rest of the way will be a little bit more difficult now with only 11 (players), but that will give an opportunity for some other girls to play a little more," womens coach John Tait said. "We knew coming in thhat we were favourites so the goal has always been to execute and I think weve done that. [url=]Josh Freeman Jersey[/url]. Winning is priority one but were also using this as a chance to assess some of our younger players." The women have one round robin game left and that will be against Trinidad and Tobago on Sunday morning. The playoff rounds for both the men and women follow that, but for the women the next game is the most important one. "We dont look too far ahead. If you do you miss the things that are going on right now," Canadian captain Jen Kish said. "We treat each match as if it were a championship match because these teams rarely get to play Canada and we know that theyre treating it that way as well. We want to respect the opposition as much as we can because Canada in not an arrogant team. Were just going to keep focusing on us and get the outcome we want because theres no other option." The women will need to wait for some other round robin games Sunday to see who they will play in the semifinals. Canada leads the way at 3-0 followed by Jamaica (2-1), Trinidad & Tobago (1-2), Mexico and the Cayman Islands which are both 0-2. On the mens side, the USA (2-0) won Pool A and will face the Bahamas (1-2) in the first quarter-final Sunday morning. That game will be followed by the second quarter-final featuring Mexico (2-1) against Guyana (2-1). Canada topped Pool B and will play the third quarter-final against Barbados, which lost its final round-robin game 17-0 to Trinidad & Tobago. Had Barbados won that game they would have finished atop Pool C and taken on Jamaica in the fourth quarter-final. Instead, Trinidad & Tobago jumped from third to first in the pool and they will now face Jamaica. St. Vincent & The Grenadines, along with Bermuda and the Cayman Islands were all winless Saturday. ' ' '
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