The Hippo's Rugby Club from the town of Dvokolwako proved too strong for everyone on Saturday when they walked away victors in the second Maganu 7's Rugby Tournament played at the Kwaluseni Sports Ground on Saturday.
The SRU will be holding a 7's Coaching Workshop for the Schools Coaches who will be participating in the TOP16 In ter Schools 7's Tournament to be played in May. SRU President Michael Collinson made the announcement at the Rugby Union offices today. "We have been approached by several Teacher Coaches and Youth Coaches to hold the 7's Workshop, we have received twenty three applications to attend. 7's at schools level is strong and interest is growing with more schools asking to host tournaments. The 7's Coaching Workshop is therefore necessary" said Collinson.
The U/19's 7's schools 7's side kicked off their preparations for the up and coming TOP16 Inter Schools 7's tournament with a mini tournament played at the Princes Pholile Sports Ground in Malkerns. Four schools participated in the tournament, Hillside High, Ngwane Park High, St John Bosco High and St Mary's High
The weather was perfect for rugby and all four teams were ready and eager.
Preparations for the up and coming CAR tournament to be held in Rwanda have begun. Players were called to national training last weekend. The training sessions will be held at the Kwaluseni Campus sports ground. The CAR tournament kicks off on June 1st with four countries participating, Burundi, Rwanda, Swaziland and Tanzania.
The Swaziland Rugby Union are to kick off the 'Imbali' Girls U/19's 7's Rugby Tournament next week. Four girls schools are to kick start the tournament, these schools are Mjingo High, St Michael's High, St Theresa's High and St Anne's High. SRU President and tournament organiser Michael Collinson made the announcement today. "We have been looking to have a girls only tournament for sometime and I'm pleased to say the tournament is now to become a reality"
To date the Swaziland Rugby Union have signed up twenty three schools to participate in the up and coming TOP16 U/19's 7's Rugby Tournament. Head of Schools Rugby Wilson Dlamini made the announcement yesterday at the Rugby Union offices. "The response from the schools has been really positive with twenty three schools contacting me and committing to playing in the tournament...