Tunisia to break camp for Ramadhan ahead of Africa Gold Cup

With under a month left to their opening Africa Gold Cup fixture, Tunisia coach Jaco Stoumann has disclosed that the side will take a break from training in honor of the holy month of Ramadan. 
The side starts its campaign on 23 June against defending champions Namibia and Stoumann is exuding confidence.
“We haven’t fallen behind in our training program, but we are taking a break for the holy month of Ramadan. Two weeks before the start of the competition, we will resume training to be sure to give our best against Namibia.” the South African tactician is quoted by Rugby Africa. 
Stoumann’s charges will be out to better their show in the last edition where they finished fourth in the six-team elite competition.
This year’s Africa Gold Cup serves as a qualifier to the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan with the best ranked side joining New Zealand,Italy,South Africa and Repechage winners in pool B of the global showpiece.

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