Ghana Rugby Governance

Ghana Rugby is the Rugby Family of Ghana on the West Coast of Africa.

The body responsible for the development and management of Rugby in Ghana is the Ghana Rugby Association (GRA) operating as the Ghana Rugby Football Union (GRFU), a sports association registered with the National Sports Authority (NSA) under the Ministry of Youth and Sports in 2003.

The GRFU Secretariat is situated in Accra, the capital of Ghana.

The GRFU became a Full Member of World Rugby on 10 May 2017 and falls under the development region of Rugby Afrique as a Full Member.

The incumbent GRFU Board was elected by an Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 25 September 2017 and is governed by the Constitution and the Code of Conduct of the GRFU. Ghana Rugby also conforms in all regards to World Rugby Bye-Laws, all Regulations and Laws of the Game.

The Board

James Nana Akwandoh Nunoo (Elected), Kobina Nyarko (Elected), Bismark Kwame Amponsah (Elected), Abdul-Aziz Issah (Elected), Rafatu Inusah (Women’s Representative – Appointed), Herbert Amponsah Mensah – President, Ernest Hanson (Appointed), Joseph Bentil Anie (Appointed), Michael Ako Wilson (Player Representative – Elected),  Rian Johannes Malan (SA) (Appointed – Absent), Stephen Noi (Elected – Absent).