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Mr. Nkambule, Siteki Nazarene HighAfter one hundred days in Swaziland working with the SKRUM Programme and the Swaziland Rugby Union, Steven Reynolds from Sheffield, England returns home on Thursday July 24th.

 

 

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Tournament Winners U16s & U14sThe weekend saw six teams take part in the Elephants Rugby Club Inter Schools Tournament held at the Khupuka Primary sports field. The six teams were, Khupuka High, Lamawandla High, Dlalisile High, Lutfotja Primary, Ekutsimuleni Primary, and Dlalisile Primary. The tournament was held to find the Elephants Rugby Club schools champions and to evaluate the local Rugby playing talent, said Rugby Union President and SKRUM CEO Michael Collinson. I think it's marvellous what the schools are doing to help develop the sport of Rugby within the Kingdom.

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Mr. M. Mbingo and StevenFriday saw Ebuhleni Primary Sports Teacher Mr. Mbingo and his pupils give a huge welcome cheer to the SKRUM Coaches on their arrival at the school for a SKRUM Rugby day. Mr.

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The SKRUM Coaches and volunteers were busy over the weekend at the SWAGAA head offices in Manzini redecorating the children's counselling rooms.  SKRUM director Linda Cremer-Collinson headed the painting group who were tasked to brighten up the children's play area and counselling rooms.

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The Coaching team from the SKRUM Programme travelled to Mooinooi a town west of Pretoria in South Africa to Coach the Mogale Warriors, the U/12's side who will be travelling to the United Kingdom in October to participate in the TOURAID Tournament.

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The SKRUM Coaches on Thursday signed up the 100th school. Mavelela Primary became the 100th school to become a part of the SKRUM Programme. Head Teacher Mrs Beatrice Lubisi said she was delighted that the SKRUM Coaches wanted to introduce the SKRUM Programme and the game of Rugby at her school.

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SKRUM Coach Malindi Dlamini handing out SKRUM goodies to pupilsBhunya Primary situated in the Usutu forest home of the Bhunya Wolves Rugby Club played host to a SKRUM Rugby day on Thursday May 29th. Head Teacher Mr J.T. Mndzelele invited SKRUM to his school to present the SKRUM programme and kick start Rugby at the school. We have heard a lot about Rugby and have seen the Bhunya Wolves team play and the pupils here also wanted to be in the Rugby team, so we wanted Rugby played at our school added Mr Mndzelele.

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The SKRUM Coaches were taken by surprise when they arrived at the Matsapha Government Primary School to hold a Schools Rugby Day. The Coaches were told by Head Teacher Mr. Khumalo and Head of Sport Mr. Hleta there would be fifty youngsters eager to learn about and play Rugby, on arriving at the school the Coaches were met by one hundred and eighteen keen young players all wanting to play.

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