2019 Rugby Africa Women’s Seven Kicks Off its First Day on a High Note

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Madagascar and Morocco scrumming. Final score: Madgascar 34-0 Morocco (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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Moroccan player sprints with the ball. Final score: Madgascar 34-0 Morocco (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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Tunisia defeated Mauritius 38 – 0: Tunisian player tackles the counterpart from Mauritius (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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Tunisia defeated Mauritius 38 – 0: The Tunisian player sprints to make the goal (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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Tunisia defeated Mauritius 38 – 0: Mauritius players tackles its Tunisian counterpart (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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Zimbabwe trying to hold on to the ball. Zimbabwe defeats Zambia 12-7 (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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Zimbabwean player tackles the Zambian to the ground. Zimbabwe defeats Zambia 12-7 (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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Zimbabwean player tackling Zambia. Zimbabwe defeats Zambia 12-7 (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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Zimbabwe defending their position. Zimbabwe defeats Zambia 12-7 (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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South African player brings the Ugandan player to the ground. South Africa took the win over Uganda 32-0 (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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South African players attempt to catch up with the Ugandan player. South Africa defeated Uganda 32-0 (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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South African player makes a run for the try line. South Africa took the win over Uganda 32-0 (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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Referee at the 2019 Rugby Africa Women’s Sevens (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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Ugandan defense stops South African attack. South Africa took the win over Uganda 32-0 (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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Nadine Roos from South Africa successfully scores. South Africa took the win over Uganda 32-0 (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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Ugandan players clash with the South Africans at the 2019 Rugby Africa Women’s Sevens. South Africa defeated Uganda 32-0 (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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Senegalese player catches the ball from a line-out. Senegal defeats Botswana 19-0 (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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Try attempt by Botswana with the Senegalese on defense. Senegal defeats Botswana 19-0 (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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Botswana player tries to escape the Senegalese grip. Senegal defeats Botswana 19-0 (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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Senegalese player sprints down the field alone to score for her team at the 2019 Rugby Africa Women’s Sevens (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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Ghana attempts to stop the Kenya. Kenya defeated Ghana 36-0 (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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Kenyan player sprints past Ghanaian player to score. Kenya defeated Ghana 36-0 (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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Ghanaian player tries to hold on to the ball while attempting to break away from the Kenyan grip. Kenya defeated Ghana 36-0 (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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Ghana loses the ball after a Kenyan tackle from behind. Kenya defeated Ghana 36-0 (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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Madagascar and Tunisia scrumming. Final score: Madagascar 34-0 Tunisia (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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Madagascar and Tunisia huddling before the scrum. Final score: Madagascar 34-0 Tunisia (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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Captains of the 12 teams that compete in Monastir, Tunisia at the Rugby Africa Women’s Sevens 2019 tournament. From top left to right: Fatouma Taba (Senegal), Philadelphia Orlando (Kenya), Meriem Mekni (Tunisia), Charlotte Mudoola (Uganda), Kelebogile Bagwasi (Botswana), Martha Banda (Zambia) From bottom left to right: Zineb Talib (Morocco), Céline Lagesse (Mauritius), Precious Marange (Zimbabwe), Hannah Osabea Danso (Ghana), Tantely Razafimahefa (Madagascar), Zintle Mpupha (South Africa) (Source: Rugby Africa | 1 month ago)

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