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Alan Zondagh

Alan Zondagh Biography
After receiving a B.A. (Physical Education) Degree at the University of Stellenbosch in 1977, Alan Zondagh has been involved in rugby for the past 33 years in South Africa and overseas. He has visited most of the rugby playing countries in the world to learn and to improve his knowledge of the game. He has been head coach for professional teams since 1996 in South Africa and the UK.

Summary of coaching achievements:
1980-1987:     Director of Coaching WPRFU
1980-1982:     W.P. U/20 Coach (S.A)
1988/92/93:    Villagers RFC Senior Head Coach (SA)
1988-1991:     EP Senior Head Coach (SA)
1991:              Coach of the South team (SA)
1992-1993:     W.P. B Head Coach (SA)
1993-1996:     W.P. Senior Head Coach (SA)
1998:              Hamiltons RFC Senior Head Coach (SA)
1998-1999:     London Scottish Head coach (UK)
1999-2001:     Saracens Director of Rugby (UK)
2002-2004:     Consultant in UK & Ireland
2005-2013:     Performance Director of the RPC (SA)

by Dr. Radut.