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Sizeze Eswatini at the Big Game Parks Mlilwane CleanupFollowing on from the successful Big Game Parks cleanup held last year ar Hlane Game Reserve, national team Sizeze Eswatini again volunteered to help Big Game Parks with their 2015 BGP Cleanup campaign. This year saw the team at Mlilwane Game Reserve in Lobamba. A BIG well done guys.

The Swaziland national side Sizeze Eswatini went down 13-10 in a hard fought World Rugby sanctioned Test Match. The game was played in Maseru, Lesotho. This was the third time the two countries had met. Sizeze Eswatini captain Michael Dos Santos said "Lesotho were better on the day. We had most of the ball, but couldn't convert possesion into points. We know where we went wrong and we know what we have to work on" The two unions will hopefully meet again later in the year in a game to be played in Swaziland.

Sizeze Eswatini in BotswanaThe national side returned from Botswana this morning after competing in the Confederation of African Rugby south 2014 tournament played in Gabarone Botswana.

The national rugby side departed for Botswana this morning where they will be taking part in the CAR south 2014 international rugby tournament to be played in Gabarone over the next ten days. Whilst in Botswana, Sizeze Eswatini will play Botswana on June 15th, Nigeria on June 18th and Mauritius on June 21st. National team coach Trevor Carmichael had the follwing to say before leaving. "This will be a very hard tournament and a huge learning curve for all the players in the squad. To play three games in six days is a big ask of any player.

Sizeze EswatiniIt was a great day for rugby in Swaziland on Saturday when the national side, Sizeze Eswatini defeated the Lesotho national side the Stallions. The international friendly played at the Mavuso Sports Centre in Manzini was the second of two games to be played by the ywo countries in 2014.


The Swaziland Rugby Union today announced the training schedule for Sizeze Eswatini, the national side. The training sessions will take place at the university of Swaziland's sports field. The first training session will be an 'open' session and all players who would like to try out for the national side are welcome.

It was confirmed tody that the Swaziland national side, Sizeze Eswatini will host the Lesotho national side in an international friendly to be held on Saturday May 24th. This was confirmed by national team assistant coach Callum Oliver. This will be the second time the two sides have met in 2014.

.It was confirmed today that the national rugby side, Sizeze Eswatini will be playing in the up and coming CAR Africa south 1C rugby tournament to take place in Botswana from the 12th to 22nd of June.













It was a sad day for fans of Sizeze Eswatini on Saturday when the national side went down 5-3 against Lesotho. The game played in Maseru was the first of two international Friendlies planned for the two sides. The return match will be played in Swaziland at the Mavuso Sports Stadium on Saturday May 24th.

Players were called back to national training this week. after a two week break the players were back at training at the UNISWA sports griund in preparation for the up and coming friendly against Lesotho. Thirty eight players have been invited to attend the squad training sessions.


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