The Swaziland Rugby Union's Inyeti 7s Rugby Tournament to be played next Friday, 24th of April has been given a boost with two foreign teams participating.  Rugby Union President, Michael Collinson said he was happy to announce that a team from South Africa and a team from Mozambique will be travelling to the Kingdom to play in the Inyeti 7s.  Both teams confirmed their participation today.  We feel it is a testament to Swaziland Rugby Union's committment to raise Rugby awareness within Swaziland that teams are willing to make the journey and play in the Inyeti 7s, added Collinson.

Determination!The Elephants Rugby Club from Luve held a Coaching Day for their girls side on Monday.  The Rugby Union Development Coaches were on hand to assist the Elephants Coach, Moscow Dlamini with the Coaching session.













Going for the try line.The Lizards from Malindza held a Coaching Day for the U/18s side on Wednesday.  The Rugby Union Development Coaches brought thirty of the Malindza Lizards U/18s players together at the Malindza High Sports field.  Head Development Coach, Mario De Sousa said the players called the Rugby Union asking for assistance with a Coaching Day as more and more players were becoming interested in playing Rugby, so we decided to contact the Rugby Coach at Malindza High and organise a Coaching Day. 

Logan BaileyAfter the tough encounter with the Riverside Rugby Club at the Barberton Rugby Day, Inyatsi hooker, Logan Bailey was awarded the Man of the Match award by the Coach, Captain and his team mates.  Inyatsi Coach, Mario De Sousa said "Logan just seemed to be everywhere on the field.  His defensive tackling was tremendo

The big pushInyatsi the Presidents select side returned from South Africa after participating in the Barberton Rugby Day.  The side Captained by Malindi Dlamini arrived back in Swaziland on Saturday night after losing 37-7 to the Riverside Rugby Club.  Malinidi said the team was a little bit down with the result, but they were not out. 


Teachers in actionSeventeen teachers from around Manzini attended the Teacher/Coaches workshop held on Friday at the Manzini Club, home ground of the Manzini Rhino's.  Steve Reynolds the Rugby Union Coaching running the workshop welcomed the teachers and thanked them for giving up their time and attending the Rugby Workshop.


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