Bloated Young Sables squad named

HARARE - The Zimbabwe Rugby Union (ZRU) has named an enlarged provisional squad for the Under-19 Car African Championships set for Botswana during the weekend of August 26 and 28.

The Young Sables are aiming to make amends for last year’s poor performance in Nelspruit, South Africa, where they lost 29-20 to Kenya in the semi-final to see their hopes of returning to the IRB Junior World Rugby Trophy go up in smoke.

However, this year the Young Sables technical team insists they will pull all the stops to have the teenagers ready for the IRB Junior World Rugby Trophy qualifier.

They have made their intentions clear by including a host of former schoolboys now plying their trade at universities in South Africa and the United Kingdom.

Amongst the UK based contingent vying for a final place in the Young Sables squad are prop Tapiwa Muringani, flank Daniel Moolman and flyhalf Brandon Mandivenga.

St John’s College have a heavy presence in the provisional squad in wing Zawadi Mayeka, centre Shane Snarter, lock Eli Snyman, flank Wade Michelle.

St George’s College, Prince Edward and Churchill are also well represented in the 57-man squad.

“We have included some of the players from last year and we were also selecting at the Dairibord Schools Rugby Festival from all teams that played,” said team manager Blessing Chiutare.

“We have players playing outside Zimbabwe who we have been monitoring, who are playing at junior club teams, colleges and varsities. We have footages of the games these players played.”

Provisional Sqaud: Sean  Mwayera (Eaglesvale), Newton Tanyanyiwa (Eaglesvale), Tadzwa Chipadza (Watershed), Tinashe Gwisai (Midlands Christian College), Gabriel Spapati (Churchill), Kudakwashe Nhira (St John’s High), Jabulani Mutukwa (OGs), Brandon Boshi (OGs), Courtney Archer (St Andrews, SA), Kuziva kazembe (Northwood SA), Chikwezhero (Prince Edward), Dale Lemon (Cleeve School, UK), Ivan Bowden (OGs), Tawanda Ngosi (Midlands Christian College), Munyaradzi Mashaya (Ex-St George’s College), Shepherd Mhembere (Prince Edward), Sebastian Roche (Hellenic), Justin Zietsman (Falcon), Brandon Scheepers (Busters), Thabani Mujeni (Ex-St George’s), Francis Mungwari (Hillcrest), Tinashe Gonese (Hillcrest), Daniel Moolman (UK), Brandon Mandivenga (UK), Tapiwa Muringani (UK), Thulani Dhliwayo (Monash SA), Stephen Bhasera (Falcon), Hugo De La Fargue (St Andrews, SA), Nyasha Tarusenga (St Benedicts, SA), Niall Morley (Western Province, SA), Velempini Ndhlelo (Plumtree), William Mashinge (Watershed), Tanaka Zanza (Watershed, Rukudzo Gona (Ex-St John’s), Sean Coles (Ex-St John’s), Kurt Burger (SA), Parirenyatwa (Ex-St John’s), Charles Moyo (Ex-Watershed), Simba Muza (Heritage), Kuda Chipunza, Tapiwa Mangwana (St Benedicts, SA), Vesto Velempini (Busters), Mhizha (St Benedicts, SA), Farai Mudariki (Michaelhouse, SA), Tristan Mahomed (Chinhoyi), Tatenda Zhoya (Maritzburg, SA), Kudzai Munagi (Maritburg, SA), Tanaka Muyambo (Watershed), Zawadi Mayeka (St John’s College), Eli Snyman (St John’s College), Wade Michelle (St John’s College), Shane Snarter (St John’s College), Cole Bond(St Johns College), Munashe Furamera (Prince Edward), Francois Chikukwa (Prince Edward), Thabani Gumede (Falcon), Brian Mutanga (Falcon).

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