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English “Borjghali” choir sang for Georgian Rugby players in Bristol
28 September, 2015
The Georgian National Rugby Team was received by the Bristol’s St. George Cathedral. The English vocal group called ‘Borjghali’ met the Georgian players with several Georgian folk songs. It should be noted, that the members of the vocal group chose their name to honor the national team, whose Georgian nickname is the Borjghalosnebi.
Georgia has played two matches in this World Cup. After defeating Tonga in the opening game (17-10), the Lelos suffered a painful loss against Argentina (9-54). On
October 2 they face one of the tournament’s favorites, New Zealand and the last game will be played against Namibia. If Georgians defeat Namibia and Tongans lose against Argentina and New Zealand, the Lelos will take the third place in the group, which means they will book a place in the next World Cup.

By Besik Jangavadze


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