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Callum Oliver with SKRUM coach Wilson DlaminiCallum Oliver the latest volunteer to work with the SKRUM Programme and the Swaziland Rugby Union's Schools Rugby Development Programme arrived in Swaziland yesterday. Callum will be spending two weeks in Swaziland.

Natasha DoyleLucy Earlam

One hundred and ninety players of all ages, sizes and playing abilities turned out at the Nkiliji Community Coaching Day held there in Nkiliji today. Five SKRUM volunteers and three SRU coaches were on hand to make the day a great success.

Ngwazini Community welcomed the coaches to their community today. Ngwazini kicked off the 'Community Rugby Coaching Programme. Seventeen communities fromm around Swaziland will host the coaches over the next six weeks.

The Saints Rugby Club from Lobamba held a Rugby Fun Day yesterday. Pupils from the surriunding schools were invited to the Rugby Fun Day. The SRU coaches and SKRUM volunteers will be holding the Rugby Fun Days at various rugby clubs and communities throughout the country as a part of the 'Schools Rugby Development Programme'

Natasha Doyle, Josh Corlett, Joe Doyle, Sam Corlett and Lucy Earlam at the Rugby Union's officesSKRUM volunteer Josh Corlett was joined by his brother Sam and three more SKRUM volunteers yesterday.

Toby HaningtonToby Hanington said a fond farewell to the SKRUM coaches and national team players today when he flew out of Swaziland to begin part two of his African visit.

Josh CorlettJosh Corlett a volunteer working with the SKRUM Programme flew into Swaziland yesterday and will be spending time in Swaziland working with SKRUM and assisting the Swaziland Rugby Union with the 'Schools Rugby Development Programme' Josh was in Swaziland two years ago volunteering with SKRUM.

Toby Hanington with coaches Wilson and MalindiToby Hanington the latest volunteer to be working with the SKRUM Programme and the Swaziland Rugby Union's Schools Rugby Development Programme arrived in the country this week.

Matthew du PontMatthew du Pont the SRU U/19's coach was buried over the weekend. Matthew died from injuries he received when he was stopping a man from severely beating a women. Matthew was buried on his familys farm in Malkerns. The whole Swazi rugby family atteneded his funeral to bid a true hero and a great friend.


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