France 27-33 Canada Canadians relish win over France The Province June 14, 2010 1:07 AM Canada recorded an historic 33-27 international rugby win over France A to book a first-ever trip to the Churchill Cup Championship finals next week in New Jersey. In a hard-fought game with multiple lead changes, the Canadians scored a key try by Manitoba native Brian Erichsen in the 70th minute and held off a late French charge for the upset win. Erichsen's try was set up by an intercepted pass by White Rock's Adam Kleeberger. "I didn't really know how much room I had, but when I made those first few steps it felt like I was floating on a cloud," said Erichsen, who had left the field earlier in the game to have seven stitches for a cut on his head. "It feels amazing to beat a quality side like France ... . We had fifteen guys working to the bone and in the end we pulled it out." Canada will now play the England Saxons, who beat the United States in the other semifinal. The Americans will meet France A in the battle for third, and Uruguay takes on Russia in the playoff for fifth. From the province news paper go on canada!! anythink they can top england in the final??