Ghana Rugby Barbarians Men and Women 15s

The Week two of the Ghana Rugby Barbarians Men and Women’s 15s games was played at the St. Thomas Aquinas School Pitch

The event saw players from Greater Accra , Central and Northern Region which included new and old players blending with experience to showcase the beautiful game of Rugby

Once again the event started with the Get Into Rugby (GIR) activity. The GIR boys from Kanda Cluster of school and Sowah Din boys played a 7s games to cheer the event. They exhibited their talents to show to the world the road to the future is at the grassroots. Ghana Rugby World Rugby programme GIR, is a priority target for development.

The event continued with women’s 15s games bet Accra Barbarians and Northern Barbarians which ended with 15 – 5 against the Northern Barbarians.

It is with joy to see the women passionate about the 15s games indicates that the future of women’s rugby in Ghana is bright and that includes the 7s games.

Finally, the Men played also the 15s game between the Greater Accra Barbarian and Central Region Barbarian with a score of 31 – 20 against Central Region.

The women ended the day with a women 7s games between Accra and Northern Region to complete the desire for all the category of rugby.

The event saw a dignitary from the National Sports Authority Mr. John Kennedy Koranteng who the former Technical Director of the Ghana Rugby Football Union who came to cheer the program.

Also present was the former Vice President of Ghana Rugby Football Union Mr. Ernest Hanson to witness the event.

The organisers of the event were Ms. Rafatu Inusah of the National Sports Authority and Board Member of Ghana Rugby Football Union World Rugby Coach Educator , Ms. Anita Atieku a coach, Mr Rahman Salisu the National Team Manager, Mr. Jeffery Chiwanda the Head of Referees and a Coach , Mr. Prince Kweku Boamah, Mr. Percy Christian Adamson , Andre Hammond executive managers and Coach Lovemore Kuzorera advising.

The referees of the day were Mr Francis Donkor and Mr Jeffery Chiwanda.

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