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Teachers at the Teacher/Coaches workshop in MatsaphaTwenty one teachers attended the Rugby Union one day "Teacher /Coaches" workshop held at the Matsapha Government Primary school grounds in Matsapha.  The teachers who were invited to attend the workshop were from schools in and around Matsapha.  

 

 

Teachers in actionSeventeen teachers from around Manzini attended the Teacher/Coaches workshop held on Friday at the Manzini Club, home ground of the Manzini Rhino's.  Steve Reynolds the Rugby Union Coaching running the workshop welcomed the teachers and thanked them for giving up their time and attending the Rugby Workshop.

Head of Coaching and Development, Mario De Sousa announced the Rugby Union will be holding a Teacher/Coaches workshop on Friday March 27th in Manzini at the Manzini Rhino's ground.  Twenty teachers have been invited from schools in and around Manzini.  Following on from the success of the Teacher/Coaches workshop held in January the Rugby Union have decided to hold Teacher/Coaches workshops every three weeks at different venues throughout the Country said De Sousa.

Mario De Sousa, Head Development Coach for the Swaziland Rugby Union announced the Rugby Union would be holding a Rugby Coaching Day on Saturday March 21st at the Vondos Rugby ground in Malkerns.  All players are invited to attend the Coaching Day.  The Coaching Day is open to new and experienced players and we will also be inviting the U/18's and U/16's Elite squads to join us.  We have many new players who have contacted the Rugby Union, so we decided to hold the Coaching Day to get all the players together at one venue.

St Andrews PrimaryThe Union Development Coaches held a schools Coaching Day at the Vondo's Rugby Club in preparation for the Vondo's Inter Schools Tournament.  Mphetseni, Mahlanya and St Andrew's were the three primary schools who attended the Coaching Day held at the Vondo's ground in Malkerns.

 

 

 

Development Coaches with new KIA SportageThe Swaziland Rugby Union's Development Programme received a huge boost today when the SKRUM Programme took delivery of the new KIA Sportage. Union President, Michael Collinson said. The Sportage will allow the Development Coaches to get out to schools everyday and coach more and more Rugby.

Teachers with Maswazi and MarioSixteen teachers from schools around the Country attended the IRB's "Rugby Ready" workshop held at the Manzini Club on Wednesday. Swaziland Rugby Union President, Michael Collinson welcomed the teachers and thanked them for taking the time and travelling the long distances to attend the Rugby Ready Workshop.

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