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Inyatsi, The Presidents Select 15's side will be playing a friendly against the Edenpark Rugby Club from South Africa.  Rugby Union President, Michael Collinson announced the fixture at the Rugby Union offices today.  "This will be the first game of 2010 and we are delight that Edenpark are to make the trip to Swaziland and help us kick start the 2010 season" said Collinson.



Matthew du Pont taking the baton from ex 200m Olympian, Gcnile MoyaneThe Swaziland Rugby Union joined other Commonwealth Games Sporting disiplines on Saturday in the Quenn Elizabethh II Baton Relay.  The baton entered Swaziland on Friday and was carried across the country by runners from sports disciplines competing in the Games.  The baton is making its way to Delhi in India for the up and coming 2010 Commonwelth Games.  Carrying the baton for the Swaziland Rugby Union was Trainee Development Coach, Matthew du Pont.

.The International Rugby Board announced today that they are to give 2,000.00 pounds to the Swaziland Rugby Union to be used to buy Rugby balls for the SKRUM Programme.  Rugby Union President, Michael Collinson thanked the IRB for their generosity and support for the SKRUM Programme and Rugby development within the country. 

SRU President, Michael Collinson with SARU President, Regan Hoskins and the donated Springbok jerseyThe South African Rugby Union (SARU) donated a signed Springbok jersey to the SKRUM Programme and the Swaziland Rugby Union over the weekend.  The Rugby jersey was handed over to SRU secretary, Linda Cremer-Collinson at the IRB Gala dinner. 









Bumper sticker in SiSwatiThe SKRUM Programme in conjunction with the Swaziland Rugby Union and in partnership with the Commercial Amadoda the group controlling all public transport within Swaziland, re-launched the "Stick it on there" campaign at the Commercial Amadoda's offices in Manzini on Thursday.  Michael Collinson, President of the Swaziland Rugby Union and CEO of the SKRUM Programme said he was delighted that the Commercial Amadoda are fully behind the re-launch of the bumper sticker campaign.

Mamba orphans with the food, drinks and clothing donationsThe Swaziland Rugby Union and the SKRUM Programme paid a visit to the Mamba School and Orphanage down in the south of the Kingdom last week.  The visit was to first hold a Rugby Tournament and second, donate food, drinks and clothing to the head of the orphanage, Mr. Sipho Mamba.


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