Former Bok coach speaks in U’hage

2018-03-15 06:00
<Allister Coetzee, former Springbok rugby coach, will be the special guest speaker at a men’s breakfast at the VW PeoplePavilion on March 31st.     Photo:GABRIELE MALTINTI/GALLO IMAGES

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PROGRESS Rugby Club will be hosting a Men’s Breakfast with Allister Coetzee, former Springbok rugby coach, as the special guest speaker.

Coetzee will speak about his time and departure as national coach, as well as about his future plans as rugby coach in Japan.

The breakfast will be held at the VW PeoplePavillion on Saturday, March 31st at 09:00. Tickets are R100 per person and can be obtained from Progress Rugby Club executive members.

On the same day, directly after the breakfast, a coaching clinic will be held on the adjacent VW sport fields. All interested are most welcome to attend.

The organisers of the event assure those who will be attending that it will be a breakfast-in-style never to forget.

For more information contact Colin Augulhas (078 5154 213), David Koeraan (082 8616 113) or Christo Klue (081 0183 3071). - HEILIE COMBRINCK


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