Rugby World Cup Georgia representative visits elementary school and interacts Tokushima Naruto September 11 21:25
In front of the Rugby World Cup, which kicks off on the 20th of this month, the Georgia national team, which conducted a pre-camp in Naruto City, Tokushima Prefecture, visited an elementary school in the city and interacted with children.
The five people who visited Satoura Elementary School in Naruto City, Tokushima Prefecture, including players from the Georgia national team who have been camping in the city this week.
When the players entered the gymnasium, about 140 children welcomed by waving the Georgia flag and the team flag and saying “Welcome”. At the next exchange time, when the students ask simple questions such as "Why are you strong" or "How much do you eat in a single meal", the players will say "Because they are strong" ”And“ I eat a lot ”and answered casually with gestures.
Subsequently, when 6 rugby balls were donated to an elementary school from a group in Tokushima Prefecture, the students enjoyed using the balls to pass with players.
A 6th grade girl said, “It was a very rare opportunity and I had a lot of fun. I would like to win the World Cup because I support the Georgia national team.”