Canada national rugby union team represents Canada in international Rugby Union and Rugby Canada Union. Canada's captain is Pat Riordan and coach is Kieran Crowley. Their top goal scorer is Gareth Rees. The Canucks play in red and black. Canada is classified by the International Rugby Board - IRB as a tier two rugby nation. There are ten tier one nations, and seven tier two nations, the others being Fuji, Japan, Romania, Samoa, Tonga, and the USA. Canada, nicknamed the Maple Leafs, competes in competitions such as the Churchill Cup and the Rugby World Cup. British Columbia has the most active participation in Canadian rugby with the bulk of the national team’s players. Canada made their debut in 1932 against Japan. Canada have competed at every World Cup. Canada achieved their best result at the World Cup in 1991, where they reached the quarter-finals. Canada is the dominant power of North American rugby and considered second only to Argentina in the Americas.