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Swaziland Rugby Union Vice President, Vuma Nxumalo has been given the position of Chairman of Schools Rugby. Rugby Union President, Michael Collinson made the announcement today. "Schools Rugby has taken off within the Kingdom with over four hundred and fifty schools being introduced to the game in the last four years. We have Wilson Dlamini whoi is heading up Schools Rugby Coaching and we thought it was the right time...

 

 

 

The pupils from Nthuthukweni Primary School were given rugby kit donated by LV-SOSKitaid. The kit was first prize in the Mbabane Inter Schools Rugby Tournament played three weeks ago at the Eveni Sports Ground in Mbabane.

St Anne's on the attack against HillsideSt Anne's girls played host to the girls from Hillside High from Manzini home of the Black Rhino's Rugby Club.

Mphetseni on the attack against Mangwayane in the finalMphetseni, Mangwayane and Khalangalile Primary Schools took part in the Malkerns Vondo's Inter Primary Schools Tag Rugby Tournament played at the St Anne's High Sports Field on Wednesday.

Black Mbuluzi Methodist Primary head teacher, Mrs Hlophe with her schools rugby ballsThe coaches held a coaching session at Black Mbuluzi Methodist Primary this week.

Mr Fakudze, head teacher at Lobamba National HighMr Fakudze the head teacher at Lobamba National High was very pleased to see the coaches arrive at his school yesterday, because his school is the latest school to join the Swaziland Rugby Union's 2012 Schools Rugby Programme.

Schools from around the country are contact the Swaziland Rugby Union to join up for the Inter Schools Rugby Tournment planned for 2012. The coach in charge of the Inter Schools Rugby Tournament, Matthew du Pont said he was taken by suprise with the reaction from the schools. " We knew the Inter Schools Rugby Tournament would be popular, but the interest has been amazing. We receive phonecalls on a daily basis from schools applying to join the tournament...

 

 

 

Sam Dudman Jones with Matthew du PontSam Dudman Jones a volunteer who will be working with the SKRUM Programme and assisting the Swaziland Rugby Union arrived in the country on Sunday. Sam will be in Swaziland for six weeks.

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