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Just a few weeks ago The South African Rugby Legends (SARLA) were deeply moved by a Facebook post by a Maritzburg College Old Boy, Michael Bennett, who himself had just experienced an event which once again illustrated the inspiring ability of rug-by to t...

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In a historic first, the U16 SA Rugby Grant Khomo Under-16 Week will welcome a new team this year, the Iqhawe Impi, following the addition of the side comprising of players selected from the Carfind.co.za Iqhawe Week from non-traditional rugby schools. Th...

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The South African Rugby Legends Association (SARLA) was founded almost 20 years ago and is focused on two primary objectives. One being to promote the de-velopment of rugby at a grassroots level in disadvantaged areas and in those where rugby is a non-tra...

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The South African Rugby Legends Association (SARLA) returned to Sugar Rush Park this past Saturday, 9 March 2019, where they played an exhibition match against the Ballito Megaforce Madalas, the old boys’ team of the Ballito Dolphins Rugby Club on the K...

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The South African Rugby Legends Association (SARLA) will be bringing both history and fun to Ballito on Saturday, 9 March at Sugar Rush Park where they will take on the Ballito Dolphins Rugby Club Madalas Team. The Ballito Dolphins are extending an invita...

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The first outing of 2019 for the SA Rugby Legends Association (SARLA) was to Cape Town this past weekend for an action-packed three days of school visits, rugby clinics and matches at the Cape Town 10s event, where they combined with the Oakheart VIP Invi...

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A Royal Rugby Experience

A Royal Rugby Experience Founded just over a decade ago, in 2008, the Cape Town 10s is the brainchild of former Springboks Bob Skinstad and Robbie Fleck, and their long-time friend Ron Rutland. Currently South Africa’s biggest social sport and lifestyle...

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The South African Rugby Legend Association (SARLA) VUKA programme continues to reap rewards for its work in the development of rugby at a grassroots level in the Gauteng East Region. The latter was acknowledged on Tuesday 4th December 2018, through the Ga...

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A colourful peloton of 70 exhausted but jubilant cyclists entered central Durban late afternoon on the 3rd December having just completed 606km over a short two-day period. Supported by various industry sponsors, the MRP Foundation is committed to empow-e...

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Reaching For The Stars

Babalwa Latsha, 24, is truly representative of the ongoing commitment and hard work of the South African Rugby Legends Association (SARLA). Not only is she a success story of SARLA’s development programme, VUKA, but as a woman, she is both a role model ...