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The Swaziland Rugby Union were informed today that the Vultures the Botswana national side would not be travelling to Swaziland to play the return leg of the two Test Match series. The Botswana Rugby Union gave the ongoing truck drivers strike in South Africa and the fear for the safety of their players as the reason for cancelling the game. BRU President, Bob Lekan has assured the SRU that the return test Match will be played in 2012 at a later date.

Sizeze Eswatini players passing through Kwaluseni during the Border to Border runAll the players from the national squad 'Sizeze Eswatini' took part in a fundraising Border to Border run from the Ngwenya border post in the west of the country to the border post in the east.

Wilson Dlamini and Callum Oliver with ladies from the Luve market with their 'Rugby Fever Friday' Rugby jerseysThe coaches were in the town of Luve today to hold a coaching session at the Elephants Rugby Club, however. Before the coaching session the coaches gave out rugby jerseys to celebrate 'Rugby Fever Friday' at the local market.

Director of Coaching, Malindi Dlamini confirmed today that SARU have agreed to make available a referee and two referee assistance for the October 6th Test Match to be played against Botswana at the Mavuso Sports Centre. "Rugby Union President, Michael Collinson has been in contact with Andre Watson head of match officials at SARU and requested assistance from SARU. We all want the October 6th Test Match to be a huge success, with this in mind, Collinson thought it was best for all concerned...

 

 

The Mavuso Sports CentreThe Swaziland Rugby Union announced today that they have successfully negotiated the use of the Mavuso Sports Centre as the venue for the up and coming return Test Match against Botswana.

The Swaziland national side, Sizeze Eswatini have been called back to training. Director of Coaching, Malindi Dlamini made the announcement today at the Rugby Union's offices. "We have called twenty eight players to this the first training session since returning from the Test Match in Botswana. The coaching staff and players know we have allot to work on for the return Test Match to be played at the Mavuso Sports Centre on Saturday October 6th...

 

 

The Vultures from Botswana proved to strong for Sizeze on Saturday and took the first test 69-3. This the first test of the two test matches took place in Gaborone the capital of Botswana at the Wharic Park rugby field.

.The Swaziland Rugby Union named the twenty two man squad to travel to Gabarone to play Botswana was named on Friday. Rugby Union President Michael Collinson announced the side at the rugby union offices on Friday afternoon. "Following a meeting of the selection committee we are proud to announce the squad who will travel to Botswana to take on the Vultures at the Botswana University ground in Gabarone. Difficult selection decisions have been made , but everyone involved is happy with the final selection...

The coaching team in charge of preparations for the up and coming Test Match against Botswana have cut the training squad to twenty four players. Following the last training session the selection committee sat for over two hours selecting the final twenty four players. Rugby Union President Michael Collinson made the announcement yesterday at the Rugby Union's offices. "We have have the twenty two players who will be travelling to Botswana at the end of the month with two none travelling reserves...

 

 

 

 

The SRU have called the National Training Squad to training this weekend, Saturday April 28th at the Princess Pholile Sports Ground in Malkerns. The squad were given a weeks break, but will be back on the training field this weekend in preparation for the up and coming test mathces against Botswana in June and August.

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