[www.inewsguyana.com] – The North American Caribbean Rugby Association (NACRA) has sought to assist a growing force in the sport by sending their development officer to asses and implement strategies.
Scott Harland, who is in Guyana for the next four days, will be looking at the sport and the administration of it in an attempt to fast track the sports growth.
Harland, who arrived on Sunday, January 12, will over the next four days host two training seminars, one for referees and another for coaches of the Guyana Rugby Football Union (GRFU).
The visit, according to President of the GRFU, Peter Greene is part of the many things the sport has in store for fans and followers in the New Year as it prepares a productive year.
During a press conference Sunday, the NACRA T-D, based on Guyana’s performance in the sport through the years, credited the union with a level development and the harnessing of natural athletes.
However, one of the comments made by Greene was to have a more functional program for the sport at the school level (both Primary and Secondary). Harland will depart on January 16.