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Ghana Rugby Football Union

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Sport  Rugby union
President  Herbert Mensah
Founded  2005
Men's coach  Vacant
Website  http://www.ghanarugby.org

The Ghana Rugby football Union (GRFU) is the governing body for Rugby Union in Ghana. It was established in 2005 and is yet to become a full member of World Rugby.

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History

The Ghana Rugby Football Union was established in 2005 by Guy Chaley who came from Cameroon to create the Ghana national rugby union team. The team won their first match against the Mauritania national rugby union team by 29–8. Since then the team has entered a number of successful tournaments created by the Africa Rugby, previously known as CAR. As well as the national team, the union also boasts a number of age grade national teams such as the national under 18 team, and it also has a new and successful women's team.

The body's headquarters are in Accra. The union's President is Herbert Mensah a former player, sports administrator and business man.

National teams

Ghana boasts a number of national teams such as the senior national 15s, Senior national 7s, under 18, 15 and 12 teams.

Club teams

Ghana Has a small number of club teams (mostly around the Accra area) which play each other in friendly matches and also compete in the Ghana Rugby club championship.

References

Ghana Rugby Football Union Wikipedia


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