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Pupils at Matsapha Government Primary playing BulldogWe were at Matsapha Government Primary yesterday. The whole school turned out to watch the SKRUM session. You couldn't help but laugh.

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SKRUM Volunteers Will and Tom Counsell with pupils from Mhlabubovu Primary with their SOSKitaid jersey'sAt the end of the SKRUM Coaching Session held at Mhlabubovu Primary, the SKRUM volunteers Tom and Will Counsell handed out rugby jersey's donated by the UK based charity, SOSKitaid.

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Lawrence Bailey back in the KingdomThe SKRUM Programme welcomed back ex SKRUM volunteer Lawrence Bailey this week. 'Lolly' will be spending two weeks back in the Kingdom.

 

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Fun and lots of laughs during the Mhlabubovu Primary SKRUM sessionIt was all fun and laughter during the SKRUM session held at Mhlabubovu Primary this week.

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All laughs and smiles during the SKRUM coaching session at Ntondozi PrimaryAgain it was worth the drive to Ntondozi Primary School. The SKRUM coaches and volunteers were cheered by the Ntondozi Primary pupils when they arrived at the school.

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Mbikwakhe Primary School in actionWe were at Mbikwakhe Primary last week. It was the first SKRUM coaching session for volunteers Tom and Will Counsell.

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SKRUM Volunteers Will & Tom CounsellThe SKRUM coaches were at the newly opened King Emaswati III airport to collect Tom and Will Counsell the latest SKRUM volunteers. Tom and Will are here in the Kingdom for three weeks working with the SKRUM Programme and will also be assisting with the coaching of the SRU U/19's & U/16's rugby teams.

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The British Empire Medal (BEM)It was all shoick and smiles last Saturday at the SKRUM office in Swaziland. News came through that SKRUM CEO Michael Collinson had received the British Empire Medal (BEM) in the Queen's Birthday Honours List for his work with SKRUM.

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The boys from McCorkindales at the end of the SKRUM sessionThe boys from the McCorkindales Orphanage were willing participants in a SKRUM coaching session held at the sports field in Manzini. The orphanage is home to HIV/AID's orphans in the city of Manzini.

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It was a full afternoon for the SKRUM coaches at Ezulwini Community High School this week. Head Teacher Mr. Nhlengetfwa called the SKRUM office and asked if the coaches would please "Do SKRUM at his school" Who are we to refuse such a request. The classroom sessions were attended by thirty nine boys and thirty four girls. The Coaching session was a fun filled hour and a half with twenty three boys and twenty girls.

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