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THE Zimbabwe Under-19 rugby squad that will be travelling to South Africa for the Craven Week has been announced.
The 23-member team was trimmed from a provisional squad of 32 players that was selected at Lomagundi College during national trials last month.
Because of limited resources the team will only converge for a week-long training camp before the trip to South Africa.
The 53rd edition of the Craven Week will be held in the province of KwaZulu Natal at Kearsney College – a private school situated some 40 kilometres from the Durban city centre – from 11 to 16 July.
The Craven Week is an annual schoolboys rugby tournament organised by the South African Rugby Union (SARU) and was first played in July 1964.
Zim Under-19 team:
Maringa A, Garnett S, Chaza T, Kundiona C, Chiwubutsa T, Hutchings D, Hwangwa P, Chigwedere C, Macmillan C, Mangongo M, Nichole K, Annan Dale L, Magaramombe B, Landing T, Munyeza D, Charsley J, Mpofu B, Dodington S, Brannigan T, Meredith B, McNab M, Davis P, Mukusha D, Ncube N