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BURNABY, B. Jae Crowder Jersey .C. -- Japan rugby coach Eddie Jones might want to bottle whatever he told his team at halftime on Saturday night. Down 25-9 at the break, Japan stormed out of the gate and outscored Canada 25-0 over the final 40 minutes to stun the hosts 34-25 in the first game of the Pacific Nations Cup tournament for both countries. Jones is back coaching after suffering a stroke in October, but that didnt stop him from letting loose on his players after a disappointing first half. "Ill tell you what, it wasnt good for my blood pressure," said the 54-year-old. "We thought we were fitter than them. We thought if we could just hang in there ... we were just like a boxer on the ropes hanging on there. And if you get a chance to throw a jab, you throw it, and thats what we were able to do. "It takes a bit of courage to do that, so Im really pleased with that from the boys." Japan ran ragged in the second half, busting through the line for a pair of tries that left Canadian head coach Kieran Crowley shaking his head. "We really played well in that first half. We put pressure on them, we scored a couple really good tries," he said. "Second half, we had a couple bad defensive errors from set plays, which you cant afford to do. They were pretty soft tries, really. "Japan just took it to us and they deserved to win with that second-half performance." Yoshikazu Fujita, Yu Tamura and Hendrik Tui had the tries for the visitors, who won their eighth straight overall, while Ayumu Goromaru kicked five penalties and added two converts. John Moonlight, Ciaran Hearn and Taylor Paris had the tries for Canada, while James Pritchard added two penalties and two converts. Japan started to claw its way back after halftime with a try in the 42nd minute as Fujita dove over the line, and after Goromaru missed the conversion, the score stood at 25-14. Goromaru then kicked his fourth penalty of the night in the 56th minute to make it 25-17 before Tamura broke through the Canadian midfield untouched in the 63rd, with Goromanus conversion cutting the deficit to just one. Clearly rattled, Canada could barely hold onto the ball and Tui completed the comeback by again busting through the line to make it 31-25 after Goromarus conversion. Goromaru added to his point total by booting another penalty on the last kick of the game for the 34-25 final. "We always knew wed have to cope with the physical onslaught of Canada at home for the first 40," said Jones. "If we wouldnt have given away that try away (before) halftime we would have been pretty happy, but 25-9 at halftime, youre battling to stay in the game." Despite watching his team get bossed around in the second half, Tyler Ardron -- a 22-year-old from Lakefield, Ont., who plays for Ospreys in Wales and captained Canada for the first time -- saw some positives. "Tons of things to work on still," said Ardron, who made just his 14th appearance for the national team. "But we executed a lot things that we wanted to and I think if you look at that first half, a lot of things went our way and in the second half a couple bounces maybe went their way." The six-team Pacific Nations Cup tournament also includes Samoa, Fiji, Tonga and the United States. Canada will play world No. 10 Scotland at Torontos BMO Field next Saturday before travelling to Sacramento, Calif., to face the U.S. on June 21 in another Pacific Nations Cup match. The tournament consists of two groups of three teams, with each country taking on the other two in its conference. The top teams from each meet in Novembers final. Before his teams dominating second half, the turning point appeared to come in the 34th minute when Japans Shota Horie was sent to the sin bin for a foul, leaving his team down a man. Pritchard made the ensuing penalty from close range and Canada opened the floodgates with two impressive tries to close out the half. Moonlight finished off a good move for a try in the 37th minute before Paris broke through the Japanese line moments later, with Pritchard converting both for a 25-9 lead. "(We) definitely didnt think it was over," said Ardron. "I think we felt that if we played our game over the next 40 minutes we would be comfortable, but that clearly wasnt the case. "Credit to Japan -- they came out and played their game and we didnt turn it around." Japan, ranked No. 12 in the world, has been a pain for 15th-ranked Canada over the last several years. The Japanese tied Canada at the last two Rugby World Cups, with the 23-23 draw in 2011 helping to push the Canadians to fourth in their pool to miss out on automatic qualification for the 2015 tournament. Japan then beat Canada 16-13 in last years Pacific Nations Cup, a result that handed the championship trophy to Fiji. Crowley said earlier in the week that a win over Japan on home soil would help propel his side up the International Rugby Boards rankings and his players started brightly in front of a partisan crowd at Swangard Stadium. Canada had sustained pressure early in the match, with Hearn going over the line for the opening try in the seventh minute, but Pritchard missed the conversion for a 5-0 lead. Goromaru got Japan on the board with a penalty kick in the 12th minute, and he connected again three minutes later to give his team a 6-5 advantage. Pritchard then added a penalty in the 18th minute to restore the Canadian lead at 8-6, but Goromaru kicked his third penalty of the half in the 29th to make it 9-8 Japan. "Rugbys on a bit of a high at the moment in Canada," said Crowley. "Weve just got to get some of these tight games across the line. Japan have had our number a little bit the last few times weve played them, which is unfortunate." Notes: Scotland beat the U.S. 24-6 on Saturday night in Houston. ... Saturday marked the first time Canadas mens team wore its new uniforms designed by Under Armour. ... Japan meets the U.S. in Carson, Calif., next weekend. ... Attendance was 6,382. Utah Jazz Jerseys . Now the Minnesota Vikings have set their sights on soccer. Adrian Dantley Jazz Jersey . - Steve Kerr of the Golden State Warriors will coach the Western Conference in the All-Star Game on Feb. http://www.authenticjazzproshop.com/Tony-Bradley-Jersey/ . In question is whether 26-year-old Matt Frattin will be on it. A a€?mediocrea€? training camp, as Carlyle put it earlier this week, has Frattin lingering nervously on the bubble at the end of the exhibition season, pushed out of a likely job by Brandon Kozun, the small, but feisty winger determined to make the NHL for the first time.Detroit, MI (SportsNetwork.com) - The Detroit Titans put the wraps on a four- game homestand on Saturday, as they entertain the 11th-ranked Wichita State Shockers at Calihan Hall. Wichita State brings a 6-1 record into the contest, as the team has posted back-to-back victories over Saint Louis (81-52) and previously undefeated Seton Hall (77-68) since suffering its lone setback of the season versus Utah (69-68 OT) on Dec. 3. Detroit has also enjoyed a favorable start to the campaign, as it has won twice as many games as it has lost (6-3). The Titans have also won two straight, taking out the likes of Aquinas (109-59) and USF (67-57) since the start of December. The Shockers leads the all-time series with their hosts, 13-7, although the teams have split 10 previous meetings in Detroit. Overall, WSU has won nine of the last 10 matchups, and this is only the fourth encounter between them since 1957. Wichita State came out firing in its recent clash with Seton Hall, shooting 54.8 percent from the field in the opening half, while holding the Pirates to just a 36 percent success rate. As a result, the Shockers led 40-25 at the break and never looked back. Ron Baker paced the winning side with 22 points, while Fred VanVleet finished with 18 points and eight assists, Darius Carter a double-double consisting of 16 points and 12 rebounds, and Tekele Cotton 11 points. Turnovers played an important role as SHU was guuilty of 18 miscues, off which WSU scored 24 points. Jonas Jerebko Jazz Jersey. . Baker (18.4 ppg, 4.0 rpg), VanVleet (13.3 ppg, 3.4 rpg, 5.0 apg), Carter (11.4 ppg, 5.0 rpg) and Cotton (10.8 ppg, 4.2 rpg) are all averaging double digits in the scoring column for a Wichita State squad that is putting up 78.3 ppg thanks to shooting efforts of .474 overall and .387 from 3-point range. Defensively, the Shockers are yielding just 58.7 ppg, and they own significant advantages in both rebounding (+9.7) and turnovers (+5.3). Juwan Howard, Jr. poured in 16 points and Anton Wilson added 15 of his own to help lead Detroit to its recent win over USF. Paris Bass pitched in 11 points off the bench for the Titans, who made good on 45.1 percent of their total shots, actually shooting better from beyond the arc (10-of-21, .476). Conversely, USF was successful on only 5-of-19 3-point tries while committing 17 turnovers, from which the home team scored 25 points. Howard has been far-and-away the teams top performer through the first month of the season, as he is netting 18.7 ppg, while also grabbing 4.6 rpg and handing out 2.0 apg. Wilson and Bass are both averaging double digits as well, netting 12.7 and 12.3 ppg, respectively, helping the Titans muster 73.4 ppg behind a solid 3-point shooting effort (.394). Detroit is routinely losing the rebounding battle (-1.9), but goads the opposition into 17.2 turnovers per outing. Stitched NFL Jerseys Discount Jerseys Stitched Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Camo Youth NFL Jerseys China NFL Jerseys Outlet Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys ' ' '

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