RUGBY RIVALS BREAK HEADS, THEN BREAK BREAD AS GAME'S CAMARADERIE CONTINUES

MARKHAM, Ont. — After getting punched in the jaw during Canada’s weekend rugby loss to Romania in Edmonton, Tyler Ardron found himself chatting with his assailant at the post-game meal. Hooker Otar Turashvili, it seems, is good company off the field. Fisticuffs forgotten, the two chatted about life playing pro rugby. “There’s not many sports […]

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Romania:
Tyler: Tyler is an English word which means door keeper of an inn. It is also thought to be a derived occupational name derived from tiler, one who makes tiles. It is used both as a surname, and as given name for both genders. Among the earliest recorded use of the surname is from the 14th century Wat Tyl