Rugby ATL Extends Conor Keys Contract Thorough 2022

Rugby ATL extended the contract of Canadian international Conor Keys through the 2022 Major League Rugby season. The 23-year-old lock is 6’6″ and 260 lbs. and will be 24 during the Summer.

Conor is from Stittsville, Ontario, and attended Sacred Heart Catholic High School. He began playing rugby at age 10 with the Barrhaven Scottish and later with the Ottawa Ospreys. He played representative rugby for the Eastern Ontario U18s and for the Lower Canada Voyagers U19s.

Following his graduation in 2014 from Sacred Heart, he attended the University of Victoria from 2014-2019. While playing for the Vikes in the CDI Premier League, he was selected for the Canada U20 side in 2016 and played for the Atlantic Rock in the Canadian Rugby Championship. He also spent a Summer in New Zealand playing with the Burnside Bombers in Christchurch.

He made his debut for the CanadaSenior Men’s National Team against Chile in the Americas Rugby Championship on February 11, 2017, and has earned 18 test caps, 10 as a starter. His last one was at the 2019 Rugby World Cup against New Zealand on October 2.

Conor joined Rugby ATL after playing professionally in England for the Rotherham Titans in the National One English Third Division.

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