My objective is to develop rugby in all
communities and cultures, maintaining
a gender fair approach. I strive to
develop motor-skills and safety
techniques, which form the
foundation for all future
rugby players. My Primary
goal is the holistic development
of the learner within the
rugby milieu. I encourage
the learner to develop a
passion for the
game and a healthy
respect for the
safety and
human dignity of
all participants.
Doing all of this while
having fun!!!
Mini Rugby Days
During the course of the year, Saint's Ruggers will host rugby days. These "Fun Days" are held on Saturday mornings at least once a term in the region. The intention of these days is mainly to provide our kids an opportunity to participate in mini games and to demonstrate their newly gained rugby skills to proud parents. Other fun days are organised to get everyone to interact - like the yearly Father and son Sleep-over and Family Day

Home activities
Some great ideas how to help your child developing together with our team.It is important that you as parents participate and in these activities.



The ages of our children are the most important in forming the future characteristics and attitude towards life. These exercises are a fun way to learn and develop!

Our Schools and Players
The region we cover includes
Nanaga, Alexandria,
Kenton on sea, Port Alfred and
Grahamstown. I have the support
and am proud to be part of the
following school
in the region: Alexandria
Christian Academy,
Bushken Pre Primary, Graeme
Collage, Happy Hours Pre-Primary,
Kenton on Sea Primary School,
Kingswood Collage, Kowie
Foundation School, Nanaga
Primary  School, Port Alfred High
School and  St. Andrews Collage.
We are also
looking to expand more in
Jeffrey's Bay, Port Elizabeth,
Uitenhage where we
also have a couple of schools.
Fun zone!
Different project you can do with your children. These crafts can include the whole family and will keep everyone busy during the rainy days. Developing hand eye coordination and other motor skills is part of our teachings and important to your child's development at this age!

So keep watch on this page - we will be adding lots and lots of fun projects!