The Vondo's from Malkerns pulled off their second win in the Seven7's Rugby Tournament. They beat the Elephants in the final of the October Seven7's played in manzini over the weekend.

SKRUM Volunteer Jake SeymourWe welcomed SKRUM Volunteer Jake Seymour into the Kingdom today. jake will be working with SKRUM and assisting with club coaching during his four week stay.

.Saturday October 10th will see the six clubs battle it out for the October Seven7's trophy. The date was announced today at the rugby union's offices. The venue will be the Enjabulweni Sports Field in Manzini.

SKRUM Volunteer Conor Rae.The latest SKRUM Volunteer to arrive in the country Conor Rae flew in today. Conor will be assisting the SKRUM Youth Coaches with the SRU's schools Rugby Development Programme during his stay.

Bhubezi at London Heathrow AirportBhubezi, the team who will represent Swaziland in the up and coming Touraid festival of Rugby have arrived in London. The team from Esitjeni Primary will spend ten days in London where they will stay at Moulsford Prep school.

To celebrate the 2015 Rugby World Cup the Swaziland Rugby Union will be holding Inter schools Tag Rugby Tournaments at different venues throughout the six weeks the RWC is being played. The first tournament kicked off at the Princess Pholile sports Ground in Malkerns.

Michael Collinson with the British Empire MedalHaving been awarded the British Empire Medal (BEM) in June Swaziland Rugby Union President, Michael Collinson finally received the medal at a handing over ceromony held at the end of the malkerns inter schools 7's Tag Rugby tournament. British High Commissioner to Southern Africa Mrs.

The victorious Eagles with the September Seven7's TrophyIt was all shocks and surprises this month in the Seven7's played at the Enjabulweni Sports Field in Manzini. Last months winners the Vondo's suffered a shock 45-0 defeat to the Eagles in the final! Congratulations to Richard Lewis and his team.

Sizeze Eswatini at the Big Game Parks Mlilwane CleanupFollowing on from the successful Big Game Parks cleanup held last year ar Hlane Game Reserve, national team Sizeze Eswatini again volunteered to help Big Game Parks with their 2015 BGP Cleanup campaign. This year saw the team at Mlilwane Game Reserve in Lobamba. A BIG well done guys.

At the end of the coaching session held at Matsapha Government PrimarySix hundred and fifty pupils and ninety four volunteers were at Matsapha Government Primary to hold a SKRUM Coaching session. The SKRUM coaches and volunteers were joined by pupils from Pocklington School and John Fisher College from the UK.


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