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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
PostPosted: Thu Jan 19, 2017 10:42 am 
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Still a lot of gaps and some Universities have created courses for athletes which in my mind goes against the spirit of a University tournament.

The players should be students first and rugby players second. No use doing courses that do not help towards creating a career path outside of rugby.


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
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This has always been good rugby to watch.


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
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let's hope the tournament is played under the standard laws


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
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Pretty sure some of the players get sport bursaries.


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
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Former Springbok hooker Tiaan Liebenberg will coach the CUT Ixias in this year’s Varsity Cup competition.

Liebenberg, who played five Tests for the Boks in 2012, replaces the experienced Skillie Bester - who coached CUT to the Varsity Shield title in 2014 and maintained the Ixias' Cup status for the next two years.

UCT’s Ikeys have also had a changing of the guard, with former Springbok hooker Hanyani Shimange replaced by Christiaan Esterhuizen.

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Varsity Cup and to celebrate the achievement, organisers have expanded the Cup competition to nine teams.

Wits come up from the Varsity Shield courtesy of finishing on top in that division last year.

2017 Varsity Cup teams and coaches:

Pukke: Jonathan Mokuena
Maties: Hawies Fourie
Tuks: Pote Human
UJ: Werner Janse van Rensburg
Shimlas: Hendro Scholtz
CUT Ixias: Tiaan Liebenberg
NMMU Madibaz: David Maidza
UCT Ikeys: Christiaan Esterhuizen
Wits: Hugo van As

http://www.sport24.co.za/Rugby/VarsityCup/ex-bok-hooker-joins-varsity-cup-coaching-fray-20170123


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Caught the tail end of a law discussion on the radio last week. Something about if a player is red carded he may replaced after 20 minutes.

Anyone?


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
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Monk Zombie wrote:
Caught the tail end of a law discussion on the radio last week. Something about if a player is red carded he may replaced after 20 minutes.

Anyone?


Yes, even a previously substituted player it seems

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In the case of a red card being given to a player, that player will leave the field immediately, and his team will play with 14 men for 20 minutes. After 20 minutes any other player in the final match day squad may return to the field, apart from the player who received the red card.

http://www.rugby365.com/tournaments/varsity-cup/76937-unique-varsity-cup-rules


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
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IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THE 10TH INSTALMENT OF THE VARSITY CUP COMPETITION GETS UNDERWAY ON MONDAY, JANUARY 30, IN WHAT IS ALMOST CERTAIN TO BE ANOTHER HIGHLY ENTERTAINING COMPETITION.

This year's competition has been expanded to nine teams, which gives the teams an equal amount of home and away matches. Furthermore, the organisers of the tournament have tweaked the scoring system by dropping the nine-point try and have also introduced a new 'red card law' - this will allow a team to substitute a player who received a red card after 20 minutes.

The majority of the teams have entered a rebuilding phase, while Maties seem to be the on top of the pile of favourites, followed closely by Tuks and defending champions NWU-Pukke.

Wits take on Shimlas in the early match, while UCT-Ikeys and Tuks play hosts to NMMU-Madibaz and Maties respectively. The opening round concludes in Johannesburg where defending champions NWU-Pukke take on hosts UJ.

We look at all Monday's action!

Wits v Shimlas
(Wits Stadium, Kick-off: 16.45, 14.45 GMT)

Wits are hoping for a fast start to their return to the Varsity Cup competition as they go about proving they deserve their spot in the premier division. They head into this year's competition but a settled, experienced squad - sprinkled with some youthful exuberance.

Shimlas are coming off the back of an average 2016 competition that saw them missing out on the semifinals, ending in fifth place. It is going to be an interesting season for the 2015 champions as, for the first time in three years, they are in the process of rebuilding their squad.

Teams:

Wits: 15 Lux Ntsepe, 14Kwanele Ngema 13Josh Jarvis, 12 AJ van Blerk, 11Jarred Branco, 10 Warren Gilbert (captain), 9 Ruan Cloete, 8 Jethro de Lange, 7 Mike Renwick, 6 Ruan Macdonald, 5 Rhyno Herbst, 4 Graham Logan, 3 Luvuyo Pupuma, 2 CJ Conradie, 1 CJ Greeff.
Replacements: 16 Justin Brandon, 17 Ameer Williams, 18 Pascal Snyman, 19 Chris Worthington, 20 Wolta Mtsweni, 21 Brandan Hewitt, 22 Themba Mpemvu, 23 Brandon Palmer.

Shimlas: 15 Sechaba Motsoela, 14 Marco Mason, 13 Carel-Jan Coetzee, 12 Stephan Janse van Rensburg (captain), 11 Vuyani Maqina, 10 Niell Stannard, 9 Dian Badenhorst, 8 Bernadus Erasmus, 7 Phumzile Maqondwana, 6 Daniel Maartens, 5 Neil Claassen, 4 Nicolaas Immelman, 3 Ruan Kramer, 2 Hanno Snyman, 1 Kwenzokuhle Blose.
Replacements: 16 Francois Steyn, 17 Johan Kotze, 18 Raymond Woest, 19 Musa Mahlesa, 20 Rewan Kruger, 21 Lihleli Xoli, 22 Nicholas Naude, 23 Thabiso Msiza.

Referee: Stephan Geldenhuys
Assistant referees: Local
TMO: Johan Greeff

UP-Tuks v Maties
(Loftus Versfeld, Kick-off: 18.30, 16.30 GMT)

The rematch of one of the 2016 semifinals is a highlight of the opening round and pits two of the favourites against each other. For Tuks, that semifinal defeat in Stellenbosch will be fresh on their minds as they host Maties at Loftus. Tuks are a settled squad but will have some pressure on their shoulders as they attempt to win the title their third title.

Last year's runners-up, Maties, will want to go one better this time as they are seen by many as the top of the pile among the favourites. They too have a settled squad, with the majority of their players having played in the 2016 Final.

Expect to see a contrast of tactics, as Tuks are renowned for their big bruising forwards while Maties will almost certainly look to release their exciting backline.

Teams:

UP-Tuks: 15 Divan Rossouw, 14 Dewald Naude, 13 Toko Maebane, 12 Impi Visser, 11 Keanan van Wyk, 10 Tinus de Beer, 9 Theo Maree, 8 Chris Massyn, 7 Marco van Staden, 6 Ruan Steenkamp (captain), 5 Eli Snyman, 4 Aston Fortuin, 3 Neethling Fouche, 2 Jan-Henning Campher, 1 Andrew Beerwinkel.
Replacements: 16 Theuns Reynolds, 17 Jaco Holtzhausen, 18 Brian Leitch, 19 Eduan Lubbe, 20 Raegen Oranje, 21 Christo Hamman, 22 Mervano da Silva, 23 Franco van den Berg

Maties: 15 Craig Barry, 14 Duncan Saal, 13 Kyle Steyn, 12 Braam Venter, 11 Edwill van der Merwe, 10 Ernst Stapelberg, 9 Paul de Wet, 8 Devon Nash, 7 Kobus van Dyk, 6 Beyers de Villiers (captain), 5 Johan Momsen, Ernst van Rhyn, 3 Jacobus van der Merwe, 2 Freddie Kirsten 1 Wesley Adonis.
Replacements: 16 Craig Corbett, 17 Niel Oelofse, 18 Janco Venter, 19 Mitchell Carstens, 20 Logan Boonzaaier, 21 Chris Smith, 22 Ryan Muller, 23 Wikus Groenewald.

Referee: Jaco Pretorius
Assistant referees: Local

UCT-Ikeys v NMMU-Madibaz
(Florida Park, Kick-off: 18.30, 16.30 GMT)

There will be a lot of pressure on both team's shoulders as they will be looking to put in a display that contrasts their 2016 form. This match was scheduled to be a home fixture for the Madibaz, but due to their home ground undergoing renovations, it was rescheduled to take place in Cape Town.

There will certainly be an immense of pressure on Ikeys' new coach Christiaan Esterhuizen to their fortunes around after a horrendous 2016 campaign while being coached by Springbok Hanyani Shimange.

His counterpart, David Maidza, is happy with the position their side in, as many of them were first timers in the 2016 season. This time around, they will have a bit more experience and hopefully, they will be able to put in a performance worthy of being a Cup side.

Teams:

UCT-Ikeys: 15 Rob Anderson, 14 Seb Roodt, 13 Suwi Chibale, 12 Rico Lategan, 11 Joel Smith, 10 Lohan Lube, 9 Stef de Gouveia, 8 Nyasha Tarusenga, 7 Luke Stringer, 6 Jason Klaassen (captain), 5 Duncan Saffy, 4 Gary Porter, 3 Michael Kumbirai, 2 Cuan Hablutzel, 1 Wayrin Losper.
Replacements: 16 Msizi Zondi, 17 Marty Chandler, 18 Lee-Marvin Mazebuko, 19 Nama Xaba, 20 Sanele Malwane, 21 Hilio de Abreu, 22 Ibbie Adams, 23 Jez Mcintyre.

NMMU-Madibaz: 15 Lindelwe Zungu, 14 Ivan-John du Preez, 13 Siphumelele Msutwana, 12 Andile Jho, 11 Jixie Molapo, 10 Simon Bolze, 9 Lovu Claassen, 8 Kevin Kaba (captain), 7 Lusanda Badiyana, 6 Stephanus Nieuwoudt, 5 Gerrit Huisamen, 4 Wynand Grassmann, 3 Nicolas Roebeck, 2 JP Jamieson, 1 Xandre Vos.
Replacements: 16 Jedwin Harty, 17 Tembelihle, 18 Janse Roux, 19 Henry Brown, 20 Rouche Nel, 21 Thomas Kean, 22 Luan Nieuwoudt, 23 Daniel Voigt.

Referee: Ruhan Meiring
Assistant referees: Local

UJ v NWU-Pukke
(UJ Stadium, Kick-off: 19.00, 17.00 GMT)

Another replay of a 2016 semifinal sees defending champions travel to the UJ Stadium to face UJ. The venue is a happy hunting ground for the Potchefstroom students as they picked up a convincing 35-7 victory.

Pukke have lost a number of their experienced campaigners but that has not stopped coach Johnathan Mokuena from insisting that they will be going out to defend their title.

For the home side, things are a little different. On the one hand, they will have revenge on their minds but on the other, they are in a rebuilding phase and will be looking to test themselves against the more-fancied Pukke.

Teams:

UJ: 15 Ronald Brown, 14 Tyreeq February, 13 Ramaboea, 12 Jaco Fourie, 11 Aphiwe Dyanti, 10 Divan Nel, 9 Johan Esterhuizen, 8 Jo-Hanko de Villiers, 7 Adrian Bester, 6 Wian Conradie, 5 Estian Enslin, 4 Kyle van Dalen, 3 Nico du Plessis, 2 Johannes Snyman, 1 Dillon Bakos.
Replacements: 16 Emmanuel Morowane, 17 Gela Khanya, 18 Reinhaard Nothnagel, 19 Leon Massyn, 20 Hilton Mudraki, 21 Ewan Adams, 22 Peter-John Walters, 23 Sarel Smit.

NWU-Pukke: 15 Lungelo Gosa, 14 Jimmy Mpailane, 13 Elden Schoeman, 12 Henko Marais, 11 Tapiwe Mafura, 10 Schalk Hugo, 9 Chriswill September, 8 Jeandré Rudolph (captain), 7 Marno Redelinghuys, 6 Wandile Mazibuko, 5 Loftus Morrison, 4 Walt Steenkamp, 3 Dewald Dekker, 2 Wilmar Arnoldi, 1 Dolf van Deventer.
Replacements: 16 Louis van der Westhuizen, 17 Nico van Tonder, 18 Morné Strydom, 19 Boela Venter, 20 Marcel Henn, 21 Caleb Louw, 22 AK Nela, 23 Justin Newman.

Referee: Egon Seconds
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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
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Surprise package this year may well be Wits.

Very excited about the composition of the Ikey team - some nice black talent coming through. Watch out for Nama Xaba, who is starting from the bench. ex Glenwood captain and KZN, big things expected of him. Our captain Jason Klaasen is also ex Maritzburg and KZN and both our locks are also ex KZN (Michaelhouse/Hilton) and in particular Gary Porter at lock could go very far in the game.

Maties/Tukkies is the clash of the round and will set some markers for the season. Someone I know in the Maties setup reckons they have a weakish team this year but I do not believe that for a moment and I think they will make the semi-finals.


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
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Wits leading against Shimlas!

Only live scoring I could find:
https://twitter.com/rugby365com

Hopefully Maties will take it this year ffs :uhoh:


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Monday, January 30 2017
FNB UJ 12 - 16 FNB NWU-Puk
FNB Tuks 13 - 9 FNB Maties
FNB UCT 8 - 36 FNB Madibaz
FNB Wits 21 - 26 FNB Shimlas

Three tight games and one a walk-over


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That Maties and Tukkies match must have been a bruiser.

I like the close scores, that's what Schoolboy & Varsity derbys are suppose to be.


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Jensrsa wrote:
Monday, January 30 2017
FNB UJ 12 - 16 FNB NWU-Puk
FNB Tuks 13 - 9 FNB Maties
FNB UCT 8 - 36 FNB Madibaz
FNB Wits 21 - 26 FNB Shimlas

Three tight games and one a walk-over

Yep. Wits have a nice pack of forwards and will be competitive. A lot will depend on the depth of squads and that is why Pukke, Tuks and Maties are in my mind the favourites.

Went to the Ikey game and while the score flattered NMMU they were full value for the win. They played a high intensity game with very few errors. The loosies, locks and 11 and 12 were pretty good. They are well coached and changed tactics a few times during the game to outsmart the Ikey coaches. If the Ikeys dont beat CUT at home next week it is going to be a long long season.


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DESPITE BEING NARROWLY EDGED IN THEIR OPENING VARSITY CUP MATCH, WITS WILL CONTINUE TO ADD VALUE TO THE BROADER LIONS PHILOSOPHY BY PLAYING AN EXCITING BRAND OF RUGBY.

Conditions were not ideal for a ball-in-hand game with heavy rain falling prior to kick-off, however, head coach Hugo van As gave credit to both sides for their persistence in wanting to keep the game flowing.

"Both sides tried to carry the ball under the tough conditions and I thought we adapted quite well. We didn't execute the plan properly, so there is room for improvement on the execution of the game plan and tactics.

"There were a couple of times when they [Shimlas] looked dangerous but that was when we went off our structure. I can't be too hard on the team because they also need to play what they see in front of them.

"After falling behind, we played exceptionally well to get ourselves in front again and we had a great opportunity to add more pressure onto Shimlas and have them chase the game. But the team realises the difference between Shield and Cup. Here [in Cup] you only get one or two opportunities and if you don't use it, you lose games.

"We want to add value to the bigger picture by buying into what Johan Ackermann and the [Lions] union stands for. So our approach will be to carry the ball more and to play and see what the opposition offers.

http://www.rugby365.com/tournaments/varsity-cup/77083-wits-keep-bigger-picture-in-mind

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Varsity Cup play a big role within the provinces structures. Sharks needs urgently a team in the Varsity Cup.


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OomPB wrote:
Varsity Cup play a big role within the provinces structures. Sharks needs urgently a team in the Varsity Cup.


They reckon that they have Shimlas.


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Wilson's Toffee wrote:
OomPB wrote:
Varsity Cup play a big role within the provinces structures. Sharks needs urgently a team in the Varsity Cup.


They reckon that they have Shimlas.


Should annex UCT. WP only care about Maties :)


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Jensrsa wrote:
Wilson's Toffee wrote:
OomPB wrote:
Varsity Cup play a big role within the provinces structures. Sharks needs urgently a team in the Varsity Cup.


They reckon that they have Shimlas.


Should annex UCT. WP only care about Maties :)

Kak Boetie, we have UCT coaches and souties all over the Stormers and WeePee. Maties lot move to the Bulls and Lions.


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UCT-IKEYS 21-12 CUT-IXIAS
FNB Shimlas 47-29 FNB UJ
FNB Maties 26-14 FNB Wits
FNB NWU Pukke 37-7 FNB Madibaz


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Who do you support?

I don't have an Alma Mater, studied through UNISA, so I support a number of teams for various reasons

UJ and Wits (Lions country)
Ikeys - My son studied there
and now Rhodes (in the Shield), my daughter's Alma Mater


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Jensrsa wrote:
Who do you support?

I don't have an Alma Mater, studied through UNISA, so I support a number of teams for various reasons

UJ and Wits (Lions country)
Ikeys - My son studied there
and now Rhodes (in the Shield), my daughter's Alma Mater


Maties for me then.

I need to get a reliable stream for these games. Where do I find the fixtures?


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Jensrsa wrote:
Who do you support?

I don't have an Alma Mater, studied through UNISA, so I support a number of teams for various reasons

UJ and Wits (Lions country)
Ikeys - My son studied there
and now Rhodes (in the Shield), my daughter's Alma Mater


Unisa is in Pretoria.

Jensrsa: Confirmed Bull Supporter :thumbup:


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rabble wrote:
Jensrsa wrote:
Who do you support?

I don't have an Alma Mater, studied through UNISA, so I support a number of teams for various reasons

UJ and Wits (Lions country)
Ikeys - My son studied there
and now Rhodes (in the Shield), my daughter's Alma Mater


Unisa is in Pretoria.

Jensrsa: Confirmed Bull Supporter :thumbup:


:lol: :lol:

You're reaching


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Jensrsa wrote:
rabble wrote:
Jensrsa wrote:
Who do you support?

I don't have an Alma Mater, studied through UNISA, so I support a number of teams for various reasons

UJ and Wits (Lions country)
Ikeys - My son studied there
and now Rhodes (in the Shield), my daughter's Alma Mater


Unisa is in Pretoria.

Jensrsa: Confirmed Bull Supporter :thumbup:


:lol: :lol:

You're reaching


'n Blou Bul eet nie van die vloer af nie.


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Jensrsa wrote:
Who do you support?

I don't have an Alma Mater, studied through UNISA, so I support a number of teams for various reasons

UJ and Wits (Lions country)
Ikeys - My son studied there
and now Rhodes (in the Shield), my daughter's Alma Mater


Maties, my Alma Mater.

I love the Free State and Bloemfontein, however, when it comes to Kovsies, I hope they get relegated.


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DraadkarD wrote:
Jensrsa wrote:
Who do you support?

I don't have an Alma Mater, studied through UNISA, so I support a number of teams for various reasons

UJ and Wits (Lions country)
Ikeys - My son studied there
and now Rhodes (in the Shield), my daughter's Alma Mater


Maties, my Alma Mater.

I love the Free State and Bloemfontein, however, when it comes to Kovsies, I hope they get relegated.

Dik Fokken Swak!


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Chilli wrote:
DraadkarD wrote:
Jensrsa wrote:
Who do you support?

I don't have an Alma Mater, studied through UNISA, so I support a number of teams for various reasons

UJ and Wits (Lions country)
Ikeys - My son studied there
and now Rhodes (in the Shield), my daughter's Alma Mater


Maties, my Alma Mater.

I love the Free State and Bloemfontein, however, when it comes to Kovsies, I hope they get relegated.

Dik Fokken Swak!


Sorry Chilli. Had to be said.


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Jensrsa wrote:
Who do you support?

I don't have an Alma Mater, studied through UNISA, so I support a number of teams for various reasons

UJ and Wits (Lions country)
Ikeys - My son studied there
and now Rhodes (in the Shield), my daughter's Alma Mater


Seems I will have to support Wits more than the others. My son is doing his residency through them


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Also Maties as they are also my almamaties.
Even though I am a Bulls fan for life, tuks can fck off.


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Jensrsa wrote:
Jensrsa wrote:
Who do you support?

I don't have an Alma Mater, studied through UNISA, so I support a number of teams for various reasons

UJ and Wits (Lions country)
Ikeys - My son studied there
and now Rhodes (in the Shield), my daughter's Alma Mater


Seems I will have to support Wits more than the others. My son is doing his residency through them


Wits are not looking to bad and I think it will be a tight contest this year with all the teams looking well rounded. Pukke is the only team that looks unbeatable IMO.

Wish they could air all the games on Super Sport, though.


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Also Maties as they are also my almamaties.
Even though I am a Bulls fan for life, tuks can fck off.


:thumbup:

When were you first year?


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DraadkarD wrote:
Cartman wrote:
Also Maties as they are also my almamaties.
Even though I am a Bulls fan for life, tuks can fck off.


:thumbup:

When were you first year?

94 and u?


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Cartman wrote:
DraadkarD wrote:
Cartman wrote:
Also Maties as they are also my almamaties.
Even though I am a Bulls fan for life, tuks can fck off.


:thumbup:

When were you first year?

94 and u?


2004


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DraadkarD wrote:
Cartman wrote:
DraadkarD wrote:
Cartman wrote:
Also Maties as they are also my almamaties.
Even though I am a Bulls fan for life, tuks can fck off.


:thumbup:

When were you first year?

94 and u?


2004


Sweet Jesus - you are so young ....


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Wilson's Toffee wrote:
DraadkarD wrote:
Cartman wrote:
DraadkarD wrote:
Cartman wrote:
Also Maties as they are also my almamaties.
Even though I am a Bulls fan for life, tuks can fck off.


:thumbup:

When were you first year?

94 and u?


2004


Sweet Jesus - you are so young ....


31 is not young, Oom

Kinds are starting to call me Oom :(


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
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DraadkarD wrote:

31 is not young, Oom

Kinds are starting to call me Oom :(


:lol: :lol: :lol:

I am more than twice your age, and still feel young (at times, when the young chicks exercise their flirting muscles on me) Only the old body is f**ked, but a man must compensate ...

31 is being a virual infant, if you live life to the full. Try it.


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FNB Wits 43 - 3 FNB CUT


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