Myles Donoghue – Thomas Family Scholarship

Myles came through the Ottawa Indians rugby system and played at Ashbury College. He represented Ontario and Canada at the age-grade level. He’s currently studying and playing rugby at UBC.


Birthplace: Ottawa, Ontario

Favourite memory growing up: Going to the park and playing with Mom and Dad

Position played: Flyhalf, Fullback

First year playing rugby: 2007

Favourite Coach: Ian Middleton, Greg Thaggard, and Sonny Raina

Most influential person in life: Mom and Dad

Favourite rugby memory: Traveling to South Africa with my high school rugby team, touring the country, training in amazing facilities and being able to be a part of tag rugby in South Africa.

Worst rugby memory: Injury

Favourite movie: Top Gun

Favourite musician: Bob Dylan

Favourite book: The Shining

Career plans: I have dreamt of attending medical school for many years.

Rugby goals in next 2 years: Represent Canada at the u20 Level, Win a University National Championship, Compete in the BC Premier League

Favourite other hobbies: Cycling, Cooking, and Traveling

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