It was announced today that the U/19's national side will be hosting two visiting UK schools later in the year. The first fixture will be on Thursday July 17th against AKS Blackpool. the second fixture will be on Friday July 25th against Solihull.

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.

SKRUM volunteer Lawrence BaileyThe SKRUM programme welcomed their latest volunteer today, Lawrence Bailey will be in the country working with SKRUM and assisting with schools rugby development and he will also assist with the coaching of the national side.

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.

.The TOP16 U/19's inter Schools 7's tournament will kick off in June. The announcement was made at the SRU office. A Teacher Coaches Workshop will be held on Wednesday May 21st in Manzini were the 2014 TOP16 will be officially launched.

.The Swaziland Rugby Union in partnership with the SKRUM Programme have introduced the International Rugby Boards development programme 'Get Into Rugby' into the Kingdom. Get Into Rugby will be introduced into schools and communities throughout the country.

.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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Callum Oliver with Director of Sport, Sipho MagagulaNewly 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.

The Little Rhino's with All Black legend Zinzan Brooke at the end of the Abbey Touraid 7's tournamentThe Little Rhino's returned home today from the UK after participating in the Abbey Touraid U/13's 7's rugby tournament. The local team came sixth out of sixteen teams.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Callum OliverSKRUM 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.

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