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SKRUM Volunteer Jake SeymourWe welcomed SKRUM Volunteer Jake Seymour into the Kingdom today. jake will be working with SKRUM and assisting with club coaching during his four week stay.

SKRUM Volunteer Conor Rae.The latest SKRUM Volunteer to arrive in the country Conor Rae flew in today. Conor will be assisting the SKRUM Youth Coaches with the SRU's schools Rugby Development Programme during his stay.

At the end of the coaching session held at Matsapha Government PrimarySix hundred and fifty pupils and ninety four volunteers were at Matsapha Government Primary to hold a SKRUM Coaching session. The SKRUM coaches and volunteers were joined by pupils from Pocklington School and John Fisher College from the UK.

SKRUM Volunteer Ollie DruceThe SKRUM Programme welcomed its latest volunteer this week. Ollie Druce will be in the Kingdom for four weeks. Ollie will be working with SKRUM and also assisting with the Schools Rugby Development Programme.

Tom Counsell, Lolly Bailey & Will CounsellThe three SKRUM Volunteers Lolly Bailey, Tom and Will Counsell who have working with the Swazi U/16's & U/19's sides hav left Swaziland today.

SKRUM Volunteer Ana ParkerAnna Parker a volunteer with the SKRUM Programme arrived in Swaziland today. Anna will be working with SKRUM in schools and will focus on coaching and introducing girls to the game of rugby. Anna who attended Rugby School the birthplace of the game of rugby will be in the country for two weeks. Welcome Anna

Lolly BaileyWe welcomed back to the Kingdom SKRUM volunteer Lolly Bailey last week. Lolly was last in Swaziland a year ago where he was volunteering with the SKRUM Programme. Lolly has been assisting with the coaching of the U/19's and U/17's forwards. Welcome back Lolly.

Will and Tom CounsellThe SRU welcomed SKRUM volunteers Tom and Will Counsell to Swaziland this week. Tom and Will who are from Deveon will be here in Swaziland for a month volunteering with SKRUM and working with the Schools Rugby Development Programme.

SKRUM volunteer Sam Windsor-LewisSam Windosr-Lewis is the latest SKRUM volunteer to worrk with the SRU's Schools Rugby Development Programme. Sam will be in the Kingdom for four weeks volunteering with the SKRUM Programme.

The SKRUM Programme and the Swaziland Rugby Union celebrated a great milestone this week. That milestone was a coaching session held at the 600th school within Swaziland. The school was Endzingeni Nazarene High school situated just outside of the town of Piggs Peak.Pupils from Endzingeni Nazarene High


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