Manon Nair, who coached at the club, has always worn the colors of the Kituro Oval. For the first time in her young career, the Belizeans player is changing clubs and horizons because she will now play for Old Belvedere, one of the Irish D1 teams.
“I was going to study first, I wanted to join an English-speaking country to work on my English. Who says foreign countries say rugby adventure,” Manon explains. “I joined the Academy of Ireland near Dublin, the same place where Gauther Petit went, following a partnership with Kituro. It’s a center where I train every day with individual and group training.
In Ireland, Manon Nairak will live his passion for the oval ball to the fullest. “For 8 months, this will be rugby every day, all the time. I’m leaving on August 31st and will be back in late April and early May. “I don’t really know what points to work on to improve myself. That’s why it’s fun to get feedback from other coaches.”
Despite leaving for Dublin, Manon Nairak will not leave the Belgian national team for 7th. “I return to Belgium every month to attend an internship and play important tournaments.”
Therefore, the Bell Sevens are very important to Manon, who is one of the most potential players since joining the Begold program. “Even without the Bellsivance, I would go to Ireland. I need to challenge myself and move forward. I think this is the right time.
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