Former South Africa and Provincial Rugby players will tour the country early next year for development of the sport at grassroots level targeted at disadvantaged children.
The ex-Springboks and Provincial players will come under the flagship of South African Rugby Legends’ Association to promote its programme Rugby for Africa where the game is developed in disadvantaged schools and communities.
Logistics golf manager at Leopard Rock manager Byran Rocher confirmed the tour. He said over 100 disadvantaged children are set to benefit from the programme in their one-day training coaching clinic in Mutare.
“We are expecting at least ten legends and we will be responsible for all their expenses. We will also assist to bring together about 100-150 young and underprivileged players who will benefit from the one-day training workshop which will be conducted in Mutare on March 26,” he said.