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Rwanda Rugby coaching and officiating gets a boost

Rugby coaching and officiating in the country is set to improve following the launch of level 1 and officiating programmes organized by the Rwanda Rugby Federation (RRF) and its partners

KIGALI, Rwanda, September 4, 2018/APO Group/ — Rwanda Rugby Federation (RRF) ( Rugby coaching in the country is set to improve following the launch of level 1 coaching and officiating organized by the Rwanda Rugby Federation (RRF) and its partners. The Rwanda rugby federation president, Araire alexander said ‘’ continouis training for new coaches – referee and refresher training for current ones is essential that relevant  skills are implemented which in turn truckle down to the  players. The continouis growth in numbers  of rugby games players also requires that coach number are grown . we are grateful  to the educator (Robert bwali) and world rugby sponsor of the training.

Eleven referee attended  level 1 coaching course include:  Ibarinde  jean de dieu ( UR Grizlies), Sitati joe dano ( thousand hills) , hatangimana Emmanuel ( Musanze district),David kasanga (thousand  hills),Hakizimana laurien ( Muhanga), Nzeyimana Samuel ( Resilience RFC),ndagijimana jean pierre ( Burera district ), Ufitimfura donation ( Resilience RFC), Batamuriza djamillah (Lion de fer), umuhoza dieudonne (Muhanga thunders), uwitonze felix( kigali sharks RFC)

The coaches who attende level  coaching include: Mustinzi onesphole (Gakenke district), Ibarinde jeande dieu  ( UR Grizlies RFC) , Kasanga david ( thousand hills), Mwizerwa jean d’amour ( Gicumbi district), uwamariya aline ( Lion de fer RFC ) , Ufitumfura donation ( resilience RFC ) ,Manirakiza evariste ( Rwamagana) , Ruhumuriza Maurice ( Gasabo district ), Dusengimana Samuel ( gasabo district), Batamuriza djamillah ( lion de fer) .

The coaches need to go back in their clubs and schools to continue training this will continue to improve the coaching skills, referee also will need to have more games to officiate to gain more experience noted Robert bwali the train from Uganda who conducted both officiating and coaching course.

Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Rwanda Rugby Federation (RRF).