Swaziland Rugby Union President announced the National Training Squad for the up and coming Confederation of African Rugby Tournament to be held at the end of July in Gaborone, Botswana.  The thirty six man training squad will be training together for the next nine weeks with the final playing squad to be announced at the end of June. 

 

 

 

 

 

Players at the National TrialsThe National Rugby Trials held on Saturday was attended by fourty eight players from around Swaziland.  The trials kicked off at 9.30am at the Vondo's ground in Malkerns. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Swaziland Rugby Union will be holding a National Trial weekend on the 9th & 10th of May.  Head Development Coach, Mario De Sousa announced the dates for the trials earlier today.  The trials are a part of the Rugby Unions preparations for the up and coming Confederation of African Rugby tournament to be held in Gaborone, Botswana in July.  We are calling all eligable players to attend the Rugby trials.  The trials weekend will be held at the Vondo's ground in Malkerns.  All players must be at the ground for 9.30am on Saturday for registration.

Gladwin van Katzenburg, Man of the Tournament Inyeti 7's April 24thAt the close of the second Inyeti 7's Rugby Tournament held in Malkerns at the Vondo's Rugby Club ground, the vote of ALL the team captains and coaches went to Gladwin van Katzenburg of the Edenpark Rugby Club side from Joha

Edenpark (in green) & The Rhino'sVisiting side from South Africa, Edenpark Rugby Club lifted the trophy at the Inyeti 7s played last night at the Vondo's Rugby Club ground in Malkerns.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Smiler Dlamini, Mario De Sousa and Ngwenya Club Captain, Wandile NhlabatsiThe newly formed Ngwenya Rugby Club who's home is Ngwenya village on the western border of Swaziland received a donation of Rugby jerseys from the Swaziland Rugby union. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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. 

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