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Interview with Larry Chikukura

The Gweru Sports Club (GSC) is back in the Rugby Premier League. Home to former and current National 7s players, GSC seeks to resuscitate rugby in Gweru and its districts namely Kwekwe and Zvishavane.

This week we talk to one of the administrators at the club, communications manager, Larry Chikukura.

What is your age?

Which part of Gweru are you from?
The suburb of Nashville

Profession and educational background
I am a researcher, with MSc Soil and Environmental Management, BSc Hons Geography and Environmental Sciences.

How long have you been Communications Manager at GSC?
Two Seasons

Reasons for taking up post?
I have great love for the sport of rugby, and with younger faster players coming up the ranks, am finding another niche in the sport.

What are some of your most memorable achievements with GSC?
During my playing time, I captained the team for three seasons, and I have also represented the club on the National Rugby league Board.

What are your goals and plans for the future?
My goal is to become Gweru and National Rugby League Chairperson. I apply the SMART principles.

What has been your biggest challenge?
My biggest challenge was fighting boardroom wars in the NRL board to gain promotion whilst the team was reaping good results on the field of play. This was achieved by using a combination of education, social, and business acumen.

What was the best advice you were ever given?
Take up every chance when the opportunity presents itself.

Do you have a saying or motto that you live your life by?
With God everything is possible and everything falls in place.

Where do you draw your inspiration from?
Jesus, he was so humble yet so powerful
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