Toronto - Jamison Gibson-Park scored two tries to spark the New Zealand Maori All-Blacks to a 40-15 victory over Canada on Sunday.
Gibson-Park, a late entry at scrumhalf after Piri Weepu was unable to start, grabbed a bouncing ball that was deflected by a Canadian defender for a first-half try that put the Maori 12-5 ahead after an Andre Taylor conversion.
Gibson-Park scored again in the 50th minute off a pass from Zac Guildford to open the second half scoring, boosting the Maori advantage to 26-5.
Canada's Jeff Hassler opened the scoring with a try but Guildford equalised for the visitors at 5-5.
Maori fullback Robbie Robinson scored just before half-time and Taylor converted for a 19-6 lead over Canada at the break.
The Canadians, bolstered by a record home-nation rugby crowd of 22 566, closed the gap with a Liam Underwood penalty kick and Underwood converted after an Aaron Carpenter try to pull the hosts within 26-15 after 59 minutes.
But the Maori answered with replacement wing Matt Proctor's try in the 69th minute and prop Nick Barrett finished off the scoring in the final minutes with a try.
The Maori conclude their North American tour with a match next Saturday against the United States at Philadelphia while Canada will travel to Europe for matches later this month at Georgia, Romania and Portugal.