The Canadian team welcomes back former players from both sides of the 2019 USAU women's club final.
August 5, 2021 by Mags Colvett in Livewire, News with 0 comments
With the WUCC-qualifying Ultimate Canada Invitational announced for fall and cross-continental travel a realistic possibility for teams participating in the USA Ultimate Series, Canadian club teams can look forward to plenty of competitive action in the back half of 2021. Accordingly, women’s club Quebec Iris — historically a force to be reckoned with on either side of the border — has released their 2021 roster.
While the team sees some turnover this year, they also welcome back Anouchka Beaudry and Jessie Grignon Tomás after 2019 seasons as major contributors to both 2019 USAU club women’s national finalists in Toronto 6ixers and Boston Brute Squad.
Jessie Grignon Tomás
New for 2021
Jessie Grignon Tomás*
*former Iris player returning from 2019 season off or with other teams
Returning from 2019 USAU Series
Additional Returners from 2019 CUC Series
Amélie Bergeron (2019 CUC only)
Caitlin Fowler (2019 CUC only)
Catherine Carrier (2019 CUC only)
Danielle Cantal (2019 USAU only)
Gabrielle Beaudoin (2019 USAU only)
Jessica Circe (2019 USAU only)
Julie Landry (2019 USAU only)
Marina Beaudoin (2019 CUC only)
Melissa Poulin-Cadovius (2019 USAU only)
Sophie Dagenais (2019 USAU only)
Valerie Plante (2019 USAU only)
Wynne Gee (2019 USAU only)