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Imbali at Allianz Park during the Touraid U/13's Girls Tag TournamentImbali the U/13's girls side who are in the United Kingdom representing Swaziland in the Touraid tournament have managed to take third place in the competiton.











Imbali Girls with Sipho Magagula the Director of Sport (r)The Director of Sport in the Ministry of Sport Mr Sipho Magagula was at the rugby union's offices today to bid farewell to Imbali, the u/13's girls side who will be participating in the Touraid Tag Rugby Tournament.

After winning the inter schools tag rugby tournament, it was decided by the development coaches that the girls from Entuthukweni Primary school would fly to the UK and participate in the Touraid Girls U/13's Tag Rugby Tournament to be played at the Allianz Park in April.

Lamawandla High School Girls wearing their winners Imbali Polo shirtsThe coaches were up early and made the drive to Luve to attend the Lamawandla High School assembly and hand over the the prizes for the winners of the Imbali Inter Schools 7's RUgby Tournament played at the St Anne's sports ground last week.

Lamawandla on the break during the Imbali U/19's 7's rugby tournamentLamawandla proved too strong in the Imbali 7's Rugby Tournament played at the St Anne's Sports Ground on Friday winning all of their games.

Mphetseni on the attack against KhalangalileThe Imbali U/14's Inter Schools 7's tournament played at the St Anne's Sports ground in Malkerns played between four primary schools was eventually won by Mphetseni Primary. The four participating schools were. St Andrew's, Mangwayane, Mphetseni and Khalangalile  Primarys.

The four teams at the start of the Imbali 7's tournamentFriday saw Imbali Rugby kick off at the St Anne's Sports Ground in Malkerns. Two 7's tournaments with eight schools participating marked such an important day in Swazi Rugby. The two tournaments were for U/14's and U/19's sides from schools around the country.

Imbali Rugby logoThe SRU will be holding a U/19's Girls 7's Tournament at the St Anne's Sports Ground next Friday to kick start 'Imbali Rugby' SRU Development Coach Michael Dos Santos made the announcement today at the Rugby Union offices. The tournament will be the official launch of Imbali Rugby which is the name given to Women's Rugby within Swaziland.

The SKRUM Programme in conjunction with the Swaziland Rugby Union will be holding a Tag Rugby Tournament in Malkerns to Celebrate 'Day of the Girl Child' Four primary schools have been invited to participate in the tournament. Thursday 11th of October will see Mangwayane, St Anderw's, Mphetseni and Mhlanya Primary Schools battle it out at the St Anne's High School sports field.

Four schools representing their individual rugby clubs took part in the first Girls Tag Rugby Tournament held yesterday afternoon at the Mavuso Sports Centre in Manzini. Lamawandla represented the Elephants, Mount Hermon represented Lilanda, Mphetseni represented the Vondos and Ngwane Park represented the Rhino's. Lamawandla from the start proved to good for the other three sides and won all of their games. The race then changed to see who would be runners up.


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