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Tunisia and Senegal successfully save their spots in the African Rugby Championship

The tournament took place at the stadiums of the Arab Academy for Science Technology & Maritime Transport (AASTMT) in Alexandria, from the 17th to the 18th of December 2021

The North African Rugby Qualifiers Tournament, for men and women, has finally come to an end, as it was a two-day event filled with gripping matches, and enthralling updates. To begin with, the tournament took place at the stadiums of the Arab Academy for Science Technology & Maritime Transport (AASTMT)…

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    • Overall men and women captains for Rugby Africa’s Regional 7s games held in Alexandria, Egypt
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After the end of the North African Rugby Qualifiers Tournament’s first day

The competition between Tunisia and Senegal fires up!

Today, the 17th of December, has marked the kick-off of the North African Rugby Qualifiers Tournament for men and women, which is currently being held at the stadiums of the Arab Academy for Science Technology & Maritime Transport (AASTMT) in Alexandria, from the 17th to the 18th of December, 2021.…

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    • Women’s Ghana team celebrating their victory on the 28th November 2021 at Paa Joe Stadium in Kumasi
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Women call for more support in rugby during the Rugby Africa Sevens World Cup qualifiers

Several young and vibrant females put up an exceptional performance as some gained recognition for their individual brilliance in the well-organised tournament

As the Ghana Rugby Union increases efforts to expand rugby in the country, female rugby players have called on local authorities to provide more support for women. Some of the female players, speaking in an interview after the Rugby 7s World Cup Qualifiers in Kumasi at the weekend, said the…

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    • Women’s Ghana team celebrating their victory on the 28th November 2021 at Paa Joe Stadium in Kumasi
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Ghana and Burkina Faso men’s teams secured their qualification for next year’s event along with Ghana’s women’s team

After 11 fixtures, it was Ghana, Burkina Faso, Benin and Cote d’Ivoire who proved indomitable in the attractive contest with hundreds of patrons on the day

Eight male and five female teams put up an exciting and action-packed performance in the Rugby Africa Sevens World Cup qualifiers (www.RugbyAfrique.com) that took place this weekend at the Paa Joe Stadium in Kumasi. On Saturday, after 11 fixtures, it was Ghana, Burkina Faso, Benin and Cote d’Ivoire who proved…

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Rugby Africa kicks off the qualifying process for the Sevens Rugby World Cup and Commonwealth Games at the Paa Joe Stadium in Kumasi, Ghana on November 27-28, 2021

Rugby Africa stands for total equality between men's rugby and women's rugby and wishes to offer the same opportunities to all African athletes regardless of their gender

The first in a series of four qualifying tournaments, the Regional Sevens West will feature 8 countries that will meet in Kumasi in hopes of securing a place in the final qualifying round in April 2022. New this year is the inclusion in this first qualifying round of a female…

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    • Zikhona Sajini, on Saturday, 21 August 2021 at City Park Stadium, Cape Town, South Africa
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Africa’s first Youth Unstoppable, Zikhona- speaks of her Unstoppable passion and encourages others to dare to dream

Sajini is one of seven Youth Unstoppables who have been unveiled by World Rugby and Mastercard for their inspirational stories that highlight why the women’s game is the ultimate team sport

Cherishing the honour of being appointed Africa’s first Youth Unstoppable is only part of the dream that could become a reality and be the basis for a real breakthrough for young girls that play rugby. Sajini is one of seven Youth Unstoppables who have been unveiled by World Rugby and…

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    • Signature of the partnership between Rugby Africa and World Flair. Left to right : Guédel N’Diaye (RA EXCO and President Senegal Rugby Union, Alain Vichy CEO World Flair, Khaled Babbou President Rugby Africa, Andrew Owor Vice President Rugby Africa)
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World Flair becomes official supplier of rugby balls and referee kits to Rugby Africa

Rugby Africa federations will also have access to special offers from World Flair

Rugby Africa (www.RugbyAfrique.com), and World Flair sign a five-year partnership agreement to supply match balls, referee kits and other textiles and sports equipment to the African Rugby Confederation and its member federations . Alain Vichy, Managing Director of World Flair is delighted to have formalized a relationship that has existed…

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    • Christel Janet Kotze, Rugby Africa’s Unstoppable and Namibia’s Senior Women National Team Coach and Women Sevens Coach
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Rugby Africa Cup Women’s 15s Between Namibia and Zambia: 13 November 2021

The Rugby Africa Cup Women’s 15s last test match for 2021 is set to take place on the 13th of November 2021, at the Hage Geingob Stadium in Windhoek, Namibia

Namibia and Zambia will bring the 2021 African series of women’s 15s test matches to a close. A total of 11 countries were involved in this series in 2021. The purpose of the series was to assess levels of play amongst women’s teams on the African continent. Next year will…

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    • Tunisia relied on speed and playing in the deep
    • Tunisia charges through Cote d’Ivoire’s defenders
    • Tunisia ploughs through Cote d’Ivoire’s defends to score
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Tunisia Wins the Africa Cup Tournament

Tunisia seemed to have found their feet with the 15s game to win by a mile scoring 61 points to nil

Tunisia’s women’s team played Cote d’Ivoire, who had lost to Senegal in the previous match on October 17th at El Menzeh Rugby Ground in Tunisia’s capital. Tunisia seemed to have found their feet with the 15s game to win by a mile scoring 61 points to nil. Tunisia started strong,…

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    • Despite sustaining many injuries Cote d’Ivoire’s attack remained determined
    • Senegal in green and red learned to rely more on passing out to their wingers
    • Senegal’s No. 13 Samah Lawei proved a powerful winger bringing the ball up for Mariem Coumba Barry to score
    • Cote d’Ivoire catches the ball on throw in, but failed to consolidate on advantages they gained
    • Senegal’s Mariem Coumba Barry proved herself to be a ferocious attacker and goal scorer
    • Mariem Coumba Barry proved that light fast technical players can win the day
    • Both Senegal and Cote D’Ivoire were well matched when it came to the scrum downs
    • Cote d’Ivoire brings down one of Senegal’s races to the touch line
    • Cote d’Ivoire kicks the ball up the pitch as Senegal’s defenders descend upon it to fend off any hopes of goal scoring
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Africa Cup Three Day Tournament: Senegal comes back from defeat to victory

Senegal proved their physical and technical superiority winning a resounding victory over Cote d’Ivoire 45 - 5

The second round of the Tunisia chapter of the Africa Cup tournament saw Cote d’Ivoire play Senegal who were previously defeated by Tunisia. The two teams met under grey autumn skies on 13th October at El Menzeh Rugby ground in Tunisia’s capital city of Tunis. Senegal proved their physical and…