The SRU and it's partner the SKRUM Programme held Community Coaching sessions over the Christmas break at seven comminities throughout the Kingdom.

Tier II & III Club representatives who attended the Club WorkshopTier II & III Rugby Clubs within the country attended a workshop on Friday December 14th.

With the countries schools closing, the SRU will be partnering the SKRUM Programme to kick start 'Community Coaching Days' within communities throughout Swaziland.

Gcina Mthembu on the attack against the Titan'sAt the close of the SKRUM 7's rugby tournament played on Saturday December 1st at the Kwaluseni Sports Field, the captains and match officials all nominated Vondo's player Gcina Mthembu 'Player of the Tournament'.

Vondo's winners of the SKRUM 7's with their rugby jerseys donated by James Gilbert SAAt the end of the SKRUM World Aids Day 7's rugby tournament, the Vondo's Rugby Club, the winning side were given rugby jerseys donated by James Gilbert SA.

Four clubs turned out for the SKRUM World Aids Day 7's Rugby Tournament

SKRUM volunteer Tom Gray wearing one of the SKRUM branded rugby jerseys which will be a part of the SKRUM 7's first prizeThe winners of the SKRUM 7's to be played on Saturday December 1st in Kwaluseni will receive SKRUM branded rugby jerseys as a part of their first prize.

Ngwane Groups, Njabulo Fakudze (l) with Man of the Match Thando DlaminiAt the end of the Test Match against Botswana played on Saturday, the coaches named Thando Dlamini the 'Ngwane Group' Man of the Match.

.Saturday December 1st will see five local sides battle it out in the SKRUM National 7's Tournament. The tournament will be played at the university sports field in Kwaluseni.

Sizeze EswatiniThe Botswana national side, the Vultures proved to be too good for Sizeze Eswatini at the weekend. The seconf Test Match in the two Test series was played at the Mavuso Sports Centre in Manzini. A good sized crowd were in attendence to witness this the first home game for Sizeze in six years.



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