Gino Paolella has been named a reserve for Team BC's U23 rugby squad.

Paolella named reserve

Langley's Gino Paolella named to BC Rugby's U23 squad as non-travelling reserve

Langley’s Gino Paolella has been named a reserve for BC Rugby’s U23 men’s Sevens team.

The team will compete at the Las Vegas International tournament March 3 to 5.

They will also take part in the inaugural Vancouver Rugby Festival March 10 and 11.

A dozen players were named to the B.C. roster with another six named as a non-travelling reserve.

The 19-year-old Paolella is a 2014 D.W. Poppy graduate.

He represented Canada in 2014 in Scotland as part of a Canadian Rugby League U19 squad at a Commonwealth Games competition.


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