The Seattle Seawolves added Canadian international Djustice Sears-Duru for the 2019 Major League Rugby season. The 24-year-old prop is 6’1″ and 262 lbs.
Djustice is from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and lives in Oakville, Ontario. He is a 2011 graduate of Shawnigan Luke High School. He then attended Camosun College from 2013-2014 and also the University of Hertfordshire.
He played rugby for the Oakville Crusaders and toured England as a 13-year-old with the team. From 2011-2013 he played at the Leicester Tigers Academy.
Djustice also played for the Ontario Blues Under-16s, two seasons with Canada Under-17s, and from 2013-2014 played with Canada’s Under-20s, including the IRB World Junior Trophy competition.
He played Senior rugby with the Glasgow Warriors from 2016-2017, Ayr in the Scottish Premiership in 2016-2017, the Ealing Trailfinders in 2017-2018, the Toronto Arrows in 2018, and will join the Seattle Seawolves in 2019.
He also has played club rugby with the Castaway Wanderers in the British Columbia CDI Premier League, as well as provincial rugby for the Ontario Blues.
Djustice made his debut for Canada’s National Team against Portugal on November 23, 2013, and has made 46 appearances for Canada, including 4 at the 2015 Rugby World Cup. His last cap was against Brazil at São Paulo, Feb 9, 2019.
Djustice also played for Canada Selects in the 2018 Americas Pacific Challenge and his Canada cap total will continue to grow in 2019 as he has been included on the National Team for the 2019 Americas Rugby Championship.