The Swaziland Rugby Unions U/14’s side “Ingwe” (Siswati for Leopard) returned home from the Touraid U/14’s tournament in a jubilant and happy mood having come third overall losing to Kazakhstan by one unconverted try. Ingwe got to the third fourth play off by beating Kenya 39-5, Zambia 17-7 and Romania 42-7. The only blot on Ingwe’s copy book was losing to eventual tournament winners India’s “Jungle Crows who beat South Africa in the final. Ingwe coach, Brendan Ross-Munro praised his young team for their commitment and effort. India was a tough team, but we had chances that we didn’t take. India played well and I must congratulate their team and management, they were small, but what they lacked in size they made up for in speed. Ingwe team manager, Mavis Simelane thanked Touraid for making the trip possible and hoped Swaziland would be invited back next year.