The Zimbabwe Rugby Union is mandated to co-ordinate the running of affairs to do with rugby in the country. ZRU works with regional associations in making sure that top quality players are incorporated into the National teams.
The Zimbabwe national rugby union team, nicknamed the Sables, represents the African nation of Zimbabwe in international competition, and is administered by the Zimbabwe Rugby Union. While sides representing the colony of Rhodesia have played as early as 1910, the modern day Zimbabwe rugby team did not play its first test until 1981, against Kenya.
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The Zimbabwe Rugby Union steps up preparations for return to play. The Zimbabwe Rugby Union’s Rugby Africa COVID Relief Committee today handed over Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and disinfectants to the various key stakeholders to ensure the safe return to play.
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THE Zimbabwe Rugby Union (ZRU) has announced the Sables squad that will do duty next month in a quadrangular Test series in Stellenbosch, South Africa. The tournament will be held at the ...
The Zimbabwe Rugby Union was founded in 1895 as the Rhodesia Rugby Football Union, and is the governing body of rugby union in Zimbabwe. When the Pioneer Column arrived in Rhodesia from the Cape Province in 1890 it brought with it the country's first rugby players.
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THE Zimbabwe Rugby Union (ZRU) has taken the period of inactivity due to the moratorium imposed on all sports as a result of the Covid-19 lockdown to revamp its structures and come up with a raft of policies to grow the game of rugby and spread it to previously marginalised areas and stakeholders.
The Zimbabwe Rugby Union (ZRU) is now focusing it’s attention on the Three Nations Cup following the cancellation or postponement of several tournaments due to the current COVID-19 pandemic. Although contact sport is still prohibited in the southern African country, Aaron Jani, president of the ZRU is confident Zimbabwe will participate in the Three Nations Cup.
The union added that they would be a complete overhaul of the current national rugby team which was under the leadership of recently fired Peter de Villiers. “Zimbabwe Rugby Union (ZRU) will announce the final squad for the Victoria Cup, the larger composition of this squad will be derived from the Zimbabwe Rugby Academy which had its debut season at the SuperSport Rugby Challenge,” ZRU said.