KZN Rugby U13 players capped

2018-06-20 06:00
From left: Liyande Mkhize (KZN U13B), Jordyn Kleynhans (KZN U13A) and King Nyawo (KZN U13B).PHOTO: supplied

From left: Liyande Mkhize (KZN U13B), Jordyn Kleynhans (KZN U13A) and King Nyawo (KZN U13B).PHOTO: supplied

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THREE Pelham Senior Primary pupils have been chosen to represent KZN Rugby in the U13 age group.

This week the boys attended the capping ceremony in Durban and were presented with their KZN kit.

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