Rugby: Maori All Blacks and Asia Pacific Dragons to train with students at the Padang

New Zealand's Maori All Blacks' Codie Taylor (right) is tackled by Japan's Ayumu Goromaru as he dives to score a try during their international rugby test match in Tokyo on Nov 8, 2014. The highly-anticipated match between New Zealand's Maori Al
New Zealand's Maori All Blacks' Codie Taylor (right) is tackled by Japan's Ayumu Goromaru as he dives to score a try during their international rugby test match in Tokyo on Nov 8, 2014. The highly-anticipated match between New Zealand's Maori All Blacks and invitational side Asia Pacific Dragons at the National Stadium may be cancelled, but local rugby fans can still catch both set of players in action. -- PHOTO: REUTERS

The highly-anticipated match between New Zealand's Maori All Blacks and invitational side Asia Pacific Dragons at the National Stadium may be cancelled, but local rugby fans can still catch both set of players in action.

Players from both teams, including Maori All Blacks captain Charlie Ngatai, will take part in a training session with rugby players from Australian International School, St. Andrews Secondary School, West View Primary School, and Regent Secondary School at the Padang from 4.30pm to 5.30pm on Monday (Nov 10).

This is followed by a training session with the Singapore national team till 6.30pm. Both sessions are open to the public for free.

The two teams will also be visiting a number of schools in Singapore on Tuesday and Wednesday for closed-door sessions.