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On 26.11.2014 Azerbaijan Rugby Federation  concluded an agreement with Enermech company about general sponsorship of "Enermech Rugby-5" project. As we informed earlier this project of Federation is aimed at the popularization of rugby in Azerbaijan as a new Olympic kind of sports and to development of children`s rugby in secondary schools, creation of school teams, providing tournaments among school boys and revealing of young talented kids for Azerbaijani national teams by different age groups. Enermech is a Scottish  company specialized in providing services in the field of energy in a worldwide.

On 26.11.2014 Azerbaijan Rugby Federation has concluded an agreement with www.day.az and www.dailysport.az web-portals about informational support in the framework of the "Enermech Rugby-5" project. It is possible to see latest news about Azerbaijani rugby and especially about popularization and development of children`s rugby in Azerbaijan as a new Olympic kind of sports.

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