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Monday, May 21, 2012

Catch up with Bhubesi Pride's African rugby coaching trip

Some time back we introduced you to the Bhubesi Pride initiative, a group set to head down through Africa, using rugby to make a difference to young boys and girls. The trip is currently on the go, and they're already planning for 2013.

Already well into their 2012 expedition, Bhubesi Pride have made a significant impact in just a few months in Africa. They are currently in Zambia, where they continue to unite children through the sport of rugby, empower local teaching staff, and maintain partner links with schools in the UK.

Planning for next year's trip has already begun, so if you're a suitable candidate, can take 5 months off next year, and are keen on exploring Africa while making a long lasting difference, apply today and you could be part of the 2013 team.

Today we've got the latest video updates from the team, with a fascinating look into what they've achieved on the trip so far. In the latest video we watch as they head through Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Tanzania, working with the local rugby unions, and NGO's, hosting local rugby tournaments, and meet with Kenyan Sevens star, Collins Injera. 

Apply to join Bhubesi Pride 2013 now

Visit RugbyInAfrica.org for more info

There are two video updates below, so hit play once and they will both play through, or use the playlist buttons to navigate to where you want to go.

 

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Bhubesi Pride's charitable rugby coaching in Africa

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moddeur May 24, 2012 10:01 am

I love how at the last stop in Tanzania the kids are watching a Rugbydump clip on the laptop!
Kids in some parts of the world must have really tough knees, elbows and shoulders, given how hard the grounds they play on look. It's awesome all the same.

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