Chester Gina and Malindi DlaminiThe London Imperial Medical College Rugby team arrived in the Kingdom last Thursday on the last leg of their South Afican tour. Having played teams from Cape Town, George and Hazyview, the Medics last game would be in Swaziland against a Swaziland Presidents Select side.



Sizeze RWC2011 Gaborone BotswanaThe Swaziland National 15's side, Sizeze are out of the RWC2011 having been beaten by old adversaries the Botswana Vultures. The game took place over the weekend in Gaborone, Botswana.


The weekend saw six teams take part in the Elephants Rugby Club Inter Schools Tournament held at the Khupuka Primary sports field. The six participating teams were, Khupuka High, Lamawandla High, Dlalasile High, Lutfotja Primary, Ekutsimuleni Primary and Dlalasile Primary. The Tournamnet was held to determine the Elephants Rugby club Schools Champions at U/16's and U/14's.

The Swaziland Rugby Unions 7s side “Tokoloshi” beat the Limpopo Blue Bulls 49-26 in the Shield final at the Northern 7’s Tournament held at St Benedict’s School in Johannesburg South Africa over the last weekend.

Scorpions U/16's TeamThe Scorpions from Siselweni took the U/16's Junior Club Rugby Tournament held on Saturday beating the Rhino's from Manzini 15-10 in a hard fought final played in Malkerns.












Swaziland in red jerseys

Tokoloshi the Swazi 7’s side returned from Maputo Mozambique yesterday where they trained and played 7’s against the 7’s Rugby side from Maputo.

Teacher/Coaches attending the Workshop: Bonginkosi Dlamini, Mavis Simelane, Zakele Zondo, Sbu Nkambule

Members of the Defense Force at their first Rugby training session

 The Swaziland Rugby Union and the Swaziland Defence force “joined ranks” yesterday as the Rugby Union kicked off its latest training and Development programme initiative by taking the game of Rugby to the Kingdoms Defence Force.

Following the amazing 98-0 defeat of Carolina by the Swaziland Presidents Select in Carolina South Africa, loose forward Marias Uys was voted Man of the Match. Team Captain, Mark Pocock said it was difficult to select one player as the whole team played extremely well, but Marias stood out for the whole ninety minutes.


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