Ste Famille rugby team has started preparations for the forthcoming East African post-primary games in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania.
Head coach Juma Adams said it’s important they started early preparations because they wanted to leave a mark in Tanzania.
“We have a young and motivated team with full support from the school administration and with a clear vision, we need to keep them together, get them to practice together and understand each other very well before going for the games,” he said on Monday.
He added: “out targets is to get as far as we possibly can.”
The players in camp include; David Kasanga, Claude Ndegeya, Christian Uwase, Carlos Nsimbi, Jacques Bigirimana, Jackson Rukundo, Eric Hakizimana, Abdul Ntakirutimana, Ferdinand and Micheal Mugisha.
This year, the country’s delegation to the Feassa Games, scheduled for August 23-31, will be comprised of at least 260 athletes.
Rwanda will be represented in nine sports disciplines namely; football, basketball, volleyball, rugby, netball, tennis, table tennis, swimming and athletics.