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Correctional Services recruits in actionThe Swaziland Rugby Union development coaches held their first coaching session at the Swaziland Correctional Services at their headquarters in Matsapha.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Matthew and Naomi with a few of the new Rugby ballsThe Rugby Union took delivery of one hundred and fifty Rugby balls today.  The balls were donated to the Swaziland Rugby Union by the International Rugby Board to help with Rugby development within the Kingdom.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Teachers at the Antelopes Rugby Club Teacher/Coaches WorkshopThe Swazi National High School played host to the latest Teacher/Coaches Workshop held on Friday.  Sixteen teachers from schools in and around the Matsapha area attended the workshop.

 

 

 

 

 

Teachers at the Kudu's Rugby Club Teacher/Coaches WorkshopThe Swaziland Rugby Union held a Teacher/Coaches Workshop at the Kudu's Rugby club in Mhlume.  Nokwane Primary School was the venue for the workshop.  Kudu's Rugby Club President and Rugby Union Vice President, Sibusiso Nkambule welcomed the teachers and thank

Teachers in their SOSIRBKitaid after the Teacher/Coaches Workshop in MankayaneOn completion of the Teacher/Coaches Rugby Workshop at Mankayane on Friday the attending teachers were all given coaching tops donated by the SOSIRBKitaid Programme.

Teachers in action during the Teacher Coaches Workshop in MankayaneOn Friday the Rugby Union held a Teacher/Coaches Rugby Workshop in the town of Mankayane.  The Rugby Workshop was for teachers in and around the Mankayane area.  The workshop was held at the Holy Rosary Catholic Primary just outside of Mankayane

The Coaching Department today announced the date for the next Teacher/Coaches Workshop.  The next Rugby workshop will be held in the town of Mankayane on Friday March 26th at the Holy Rosary High school field.  The Rugby workshop will be for teachers from schools in and around the Mankayane area.

Teachers in their SOSIRBKitaid after the Teacher/Coaches Workshop in LobambaThe Teacher/Coaches Rugby Workshop held at the Olympafrica Centre in Lobamba had seventeen teachers in attendance from schools in the Lobamba and Ezulwini areas.

The Swaziland Rugby Union will be holding a Teacher/Coaches Workshop on Friday March 12th at the Olympafrica Centre in  Lobamba.  Development Coach, Naomi du Pont made the announcement today at the Rugby Union offices.  "The Rugby Workshop will be open to teachers in the Lobamba, Ezulwini and Matsapha area's.  This will be the first Teacher/Coaches Rugby Workshop for 2010 and the first time we have held a workshop at the Olympafrica Centre.  The Rugby Union must say a big thank you to the Swaziland Olympic Committee for allowing us to use the centre"

Naomi 'Dups' du Pont.Naomi du Pont or 'Dups' to her friends, today joined the Development Coaching Team.  Naomi has been working with the Development Coaches over the past six months and today she signed on and joined the team fulltime.  Rugby Unon President, Michael Collinson said he was delighted that Naomi had accepted the Union's offer and will be

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