The Herald (Harare)

Zimbabwe: PE Tigers Arrive in Namibia

PRINCE Edward Tigers arrived in Namibia yesterday where they are expected to take part in a rugby schools' festival.

The team, who are under the guidance of their sports director/rugby coach, Sebastian Garikai, are scheduled to host Academia High School in Windhoek this morning. The Tigers

are also expected to tour South Africa for the Nashua Rugby Week after the Namibia tour.Dudzai Muhomba, the deputy sport director at PE, said the team prepared well for the tour.

"The boys had good preparations and we believe they will do well, they have a busy schedule.

"They are going to start with Academia High School of Windhoek before they proceed to Vryheid High School in KwaZulu-Natal and come back home were they will start training for our local tournaments," said Muhomba.

Meanwhile,The orgainsers of the Cottco Rugby School Festival said they have started preparations for the countrys' biggest schools' rugby show.

"We have been meeting every Thursday and all is now in place ahead of the festival, our preparations have now reached an advanced stage and now we have the dates. The festival will run from April 29 to May 4 this year. We are also going to have a Press briefing two weeks before the event," said one of the organisers, Muhomba.

Tigers Team:

Morgan Vangue (captain), Antonio Sipriano, Shepherd Mhembere, Gilford Muzeya, Luke Jongwe, Tristan Moses, Godknows Mavara, Enfeld Chihota, Kudakwashe Ndoro, Ernest Mudzengerere, Jeff Makoni, Tino Zisengwe, Tapiwa Zisengwe, Ramsey Chirense, Donovan Mutisi, Tendai Marudza, Luke Shoniwa, Rodrick Mubaiwa, Wesley Mwngomeza, Panashe Sora, Kudakwashe Chipunza, Clever Dhliwayo, Tomas Adilson.

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