Rugby takes off in KwaDukuza

2016-06-01 06:00
Photo: supplied The U19 team.

Photo: supplied The U19 team.

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RUGBY is taking off in Kwa-Dukuza with U19 and U16 teams from Groutville High and Stanger High Schools’ Seven’s Rugby participating in the second round of league fixtures held at Stanger High School grounds on 26 May. Both games were hard-fought with Stanger High winning the U16 and U19 fixtures.

If any school principals are interested in finding out more about developing rugby at their school, contact Menzi­ Ngiba (iLembe Rugby­ development officer) on 078 314 4125 or email mqngiba@gmail.com

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