Monthly Archives: July 2012

Swaziland – the handing over of the company bike known as “tsats’unbeke” from one volunteer rugby coach to another

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Meeting the Queen of Swaziland and taking Level 1 rugby coaching – by Toby Hanington

With the teachers on strike in Swaziland, coaching in schools has been a bit more difficult this week! However we have organised training days for the communities with great turnout and success. This week we have done 3 sessions all … Continue reading

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Volunteer Rugby Coaching in Swaziland – Toby Hanington’s third week

Thoba blog week 3 This week there has been a massive focus on the national team trip to Botswana. I was amazed how much work needed to be done to sort out all the problems that can arise in organising … Continue reading

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Volunteer Rugby Coaching in Swaziland – Toby Hanington’s Week 2

Week two has continued to be busy, with both SKRUM and the national team having important dates coming up. Mike and Linda‚Äôs Sunday roast made Swaziland feel like home from home, and I have been given some Swazi drinks recipes … Continue reading

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