Newly arrived coach Callum Oliver was summoned to the Ministry of Sports this week to meet with Sipho Magagula the Director of Sports at the ministry. Magagula was full of praises for Oliver and his committment to improving and developing the game of rugby within the Kingdom. Callum Oliver will be in the country for six months working with the SKRUM Programme and the SRU.
SKRUM volunteer Callum Oliver will be returning to Swaziland in March. Callum who has visited Swaziland before to work with the SKRUM Programme will be returning to again work with SKRUM, but he will also be heading up the Youth Coaches programme and he will take up the position of national coaching assistant.
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.