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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
PostPosted: Tue Mar 07, 2017 10:24 am 
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Wits captain post match interview

Passion! :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
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Varsity Shield

UFH 28-16 TUT
WSU 20-15 CPUT
UKZN 5-53 UWC


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
PostPosted: Tue Mar 07, 2017 10:32 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
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No matter, you are a Cheetah. Same thing :lol:

But you mentioned the Wits protesters


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
PostPosted: Wed Mar 08, 2017 1:13 pm 
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Two former Western Province schools stars were the heroes for Wits on Monday night as they stunned defending Varsity Cup champions NWU-Pukke in Potchefstroom.

Flyhalf Gianni Lombard and centre Manuel Rass played prominent roles in Western Province’s victorious 2016 Craven Week campaign, and on Monday night they proved their worth in the Varsity Cup as Wits won 22-13 (half-time 7-13).

The SA Schools stars were bought by the Golden Lions last year and their first crack at senior rugby is for their university in the Varsity Cup.

Lombard contributed 12 points, including a try, while Rass came off the bench to score a try as Wits claimed a famous win.

http://www.sharksworld.co.za/

Great news :thumbup: They won't jol Varsity Cup for long.


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
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Monday, March 13 2017
FNB Wits 30 - 20 FNB Madibaz
FNB Shimlas 19 - 65 FNB Tuks
FNB CUT 38 - 43 FNB NWU-Puk
FNB UCT 12 - 40 FNB UJ

TEAM: P | W | PTS
FNB Tuks: 6 | 5 | 24
FNB Maties: 6 | 5 | 24
FNB UJ: 6 | 4 | 20
FNB Shimlas: 7 | 4 | 18
FNB NWU-Puk: 7 | 4 | 17
FNB Wits: 6 | 3 | 14
FNB UCT: 6 | 2 | 9
FNB Madibaz: 6 | 1 | 6
FNB CUT: 6 | 0 | 1


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
PostPosted: Tue Mar 28, 2017 3:52 am 
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FNB Varsity Cup presented by Steinhoff International
Monday, March 27 2017
FNB Maties 65 - 19 FNB UJ
FNB Madibaz 40 - 14 FNB CUT
FNB Wits 35 - 23 FNB UCT
FNB NWU-Puk 28 - 43 FNB Tuks

Monday, March 20 2017
FNB Madibaz 7 - 23 FNB Shimlas
FNB Tuks 51 - 23 FNB UCT
FNB CUT 44 - 73 FNB Maties
FNB UJ 28 - 23 FNB Wits

TEAM: P | W | PTS
FNB Tuks: 8 | 7 | 34
FNB Maties: 8 | 7 | 34
FNB UJ: 8 | 5 | 25
FNB Shimlas: 8 | 5 | 23
FNB Wits: 8 | 4 | 21
FNB NWU-Puk: 8 | 4 | 19
FNB Madibaz: 8 | 2 | 11
FNB UCT: 8 | 2 | 9
FNB CUT: 8 | 0 | 3

Semis:
Monday, April 03 2017
16:45 - FNB Maties vs FNB UJ - Danie Craven Stadium, Stellenbosch
19:00 - FNB Tuks vs FNB Shimlas - Tuks Stadium, Pretoria


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
PostPosted: Tue Mar 28, 2017 4:31 pm 
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Maties destroyed UJ. We are on a roll


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
PostPosted: Mon Apr 17, 2017 3:08 pm 
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Finals Tonite. The old rivals Tuks vs Maties


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
PostPosted: Tue Apr 18, 2017 7:16 am 
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Congrats to Tukkies. Tight final, Maties cant complain, their best effort not good enough.
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Cape Town - UP-Tuks showed character to hold off Maties to win the 10th instalment of the Varsity Cup with the scoreboard glowing 28-21 (half-time 13-15) after 80 minutes in an exhilarating final at the Tuks Rugby Stadium on Monday night.
AS IT HAPPENED: TUKS 28-21 MATIES

UP-Tuks became only the second university (after Maties) to win the coveted trophy on three occasions and the men from Pretoria did so on a perfect autumn evening in the capital.

It was the visitors who started with a bang as lock Janco Venter crashed over for a seven-point try after a few solid phases of play from the Maroon Machine. Flyhalf Chris Smith added the extras to give the Stellenbosch University a 9-0 lead.

UP-Tuks cut into that lead three minutes later when captain and flank Chris Massyn barged over to claim a try of his own. Flyhalf Tinus de Beer converted to make it a two-point ball game within 10 minutes of the match.

Maties' sharpshooters Smith and Tiaan Swanepoel (fullback) were on hand to punish the home team for their ill-discipline as they slotted two penalties while De Beer nailed a penalty of his own to bring the curtain down on a gripping first half.

Maties kept the scoreboard ticking early in the second half when Smith sliced the uprights within a minutes of play to extend the Stellenbosch students lead to 13-18.

UP-Tuks outside centre Divan Rossouw handed his team the lead when he intercepted a wayward pass to race in untouched and score a seven-point try in the 46th minute. De Beer converted and added a penalty minutes later to give the Pretoria students a handy 25-18 lead with just under 30 minute left to play.

The final lapsed into a period of back and forth play between the two teams as they battled for supremacy with the packed stadium frantically cheering on the home side.

UP-Tuks suffered a huge setback when replacement prop Jaco Holtzhausen was sinbinned which Maties duly capitalised through the boot of Smith to reduce the score to 25-21.

De Beer was on hand to add his final points of the night in the 67th minute when he kicked yet another penalty goal to increase UP-Tuks slender lead over the visitors.

The teams proceeded to throw everything at each other with time running out but it was De Beer who put up his hand as he consistently kept Maties pinned in their own half with his field kicks. Maties had an opportunity to snatch victory from the clutches of defeat but a forward pass brought an end to their movement and handed UP-Tuks the 2017 Varsity Cup trophy.

Player that Rocks: Clyde Davids (FNB UP-Tuks)

Scorers:

UP-Tuks

Tries: Chris Massyn, Divan Rossouw (7 pt try)
Conversions: Tinus de Beer (2)
Penalties: De Beer (4)

Maties

Tries: Janco Venter (7 pt try)
Conversion: Chris Smith
Penalties: Smith (3), Tiaan Swanepoel

Teams:

UP-Tuks

15. Manie Libbok, 14. Dewald Naude, 13. Divan Rossouw, 12. Joshua Stander, 11. Sibahle Maxwane, 10. Tinus de Beer, 9. Andre Warner, 8. Clyde Davids, 7. Chris Massyn (captain), 6. Marco van Staden, 5. Aston Fortuin, 4. Brian Leitch, 3. Neethling Fouche, 2. Corniel Els, 1. Andrew Beerwinkel


Substitutes: 16. Jan-Henning Campher, 17. Jaco Holtzhausen, 18. Marius Verwey, 19. Eduan Lubbe, 20. Theo Maree, 21. Toko Maebane, 22. Keanan van Wyk, 23. Franco van den Berg

Maties

15. Tiaan Swanepoel, 14. Kyle Steyn, 13. Michal Haznar, 12. Chris Smit, 11. Craig Barry (captain), 10. Chris Smith, 9. Brendon Nell, 8. Devon Nash, 7. Kobus van Dyk, 6. Mitchell Carstens, 5. Janco Venter, 4. Ian Groenewald, 3. Niel Oelofse, 2. Craig Corbett, 1. Wesley Adonis
Substitutes: 16. HJ Luus, 17. Ricky Ngwabara, 18. Wikus Groenewald, 19. Johan Momsen, 20. Stephan Streicher, 21. Remu Malan, 22. Ernst Stapelberg, 23. Duncan Saal


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
PostPosted: Tue Apr 18, 2017 7:56 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
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Was looking for him in the WP squads. :?

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VARSITY CUP SPOTLIGHT: UWC scrumhalf Herschel Jantjies has been rewarded for his brilliant performances with a call-up to the 2017 Varsity Cup Dream Team that will play a friendly match against the Junior Springboks in Stellenbosch on April 25.

Jantjies played a major role in UWC's Varsity Shield-winning campaign and finds himself named on the bench for a side that will be captained by Maties' explosive fullback Craig Barry.

Barry, Duncan Saal and Kobus van Dyk, are Maties' representatives named in the starting XV - that UP-Tuks dominates - and a further three players - Johan Momsen, Theo Stapelberg and Michal Haznar - on the bench.

Tuks has seven players - Sibahle Maxwane, Impi Visser, Tinus de Beer, Andre Warner, Aston Fortuin, Neethling Fouche and Andrew Beerwinkel - in the starting XV while Pukke has been rewarded with two spots - Loftus Morrison and Wilmar Arnoldi - in the run-on team.

The remainder of the starting XV is made up of Aphiwe Dyantyi (UJ), Kevin Kaba (NMMU-Madibaz) and Daniel Maartens (Shimlas).

UJ has a further two players - Johannes Snyman and Nico Du Plessis - on the bench while Shimlas is also represented by Phumzile Maqondwana, who starts the game on the bench.

There is no space for any player from UCT-Ikeys and CUT-Ixias.

The team will be coached by Tuks' Pote Human as reward for claiming the 2017 Varsity Cup title.

Varsity Cup Dream Team: 15 Craig Barry (captain) (Maties), 14 Sibahle Maxwane (UP-Tuks), 13 Aphiwe Dyantyi (UJ), 12 Impi Visser (UP-Tuks), 11 Duncan Saal (Maties), 10 Tinus de Beer (UP-Tuks), 9 Andre Warner (UP-Tuks), 8 Kevin Kaba (NMMU-Madibaz), 7 Kobus van Dyk (Maties), 6 Daniel Maartens (Shimlas), 5 Loftus Morrison (NWU-Pukke), 4 Aston Fortuin (UP-Tuks), 3 Neethling Fouche (UP-Tuks), 2 Wilmar Arnoldi (NWU-Pukke), 1 Andrew Beerwinkel (UP-Tuks).
Replacements: 16 Johannes Snyman (UJ), 17 Luvuyo Pupuma (Wits), 18 Nico du Plessis (UJ), 19 Johan Momsen (Maties), 20 Phumzile Maqondwana (Shimlas), 21 Herschel Jantjies (UWC), 22 Theo Stapelberg (Maties), 23 Michal Haznar (Maties).

Head coach: Pote Human (UP-Tuks)
Forwards coach: Denzil Frans (UP-Tuks)
Backline coach: Bevan Fortuin (UP-Tuks)
Manager: Quintin van Rooyen (Maties)
Physiotherapist: Robyn Phillips (Wits)
Sports scientist: Jacques Durand (UJ)

Date: Monday, April 25
Venue: Danie Craven Stadium, Stellenbosch
Kick-off: 19.00 (17.00 GMT)
Referee: TBC
Assistant referees: TBC


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
PostPosted: Tue Apr 18, 2017 12:06 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
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Varsity Cup and Varsity Shield will introduce a new Power Play rule to the tournament in 2018 which will encourage coaches to employ exciting, attacking tactics while fostering a generation of dynamic and adjustable rugby players.

The team calling the Power Play may remove any two nominated backline players from the opposition for a period of three minutes of playing time. The Power Play can only be called by a team while in their own half, must be called by the captain, and can only be called once. If the team whose players have been removed score a try during the Power Play period, they are awarded an extra two points (seven points before the conversion).

The first priority of the Varsity Cup Board, when it comes to rule changes, will always be to encourage attacking rugby, which this rule will lend itself to.

“Yellow and red cards are such integral aspects of rugby, yet players and coaches worldwide struggle to deal with the change in personnel,” said Duitser Bosman, CEO of Varsity Cup and Varsity Shield.

“This innovative new rule will foster a generation of rugby players who will be able to defend with less teammates on the field and will know how to fully utilise a numerical advantage.”

This Power Play rule will allow tactically strong coaches to employ robust new strategies. University of Western Cape (UWC) coach and 1995 Rugby World Cup winning winger Chester Williams believes the Power Play rule will bring an exciting new edge to the competition.

“The new rule will be good for players, coaches and, most of all, spectators going into next year’s competition, as it keeps the game fresh. Power Play will really keep the game fluid and allow for some innovative thinking from the coaches.

“It will be tactically and strategically challenging for all of the coaches, and will be interesting to see how other coaches react.”

Varsity Cup will kick off on the 29th of January when title-holders University of Pretoria take on University of Free State at Tuks Stadium.

http://www.sport24.co.za/Rugby/VarsityCup/varsity-cup-announce-exciting-new-power-play-20171205


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2018 fixtures Cup, Shield, YG, Koshuis):

Monday
29 Jan
CUP FNB UP-TUKS vs FNB SHIMLAS 16:45 TV TUKS Stadium
CUP FNB UJ vs FNB MATIES 19:00 TV UJ Stadium
CUP FNB UCT vs FNB WITS 18:30 UCT Rugby Fields
CUP FNB NWU-PUKKE vs FNB CUT 18:30 Fanie du Toit Sports Grounds
Bye FNB NMU

Monday
05 Feb
CUP FNB NMU vs FNB UCT 16:45 TV NMU Stadium
YG-S FNB NMU vs FNB UCT 14:15 NMU Stadium
CUP FNB WITS vs FNB UP-TUKS 19:00 TV WITS Rugby Stadium
YG-N FNB WITS vs FNB UP-TUKS 15:00 WITS Rugby Stadium
CUP FNB MATIES vs FNB SHIMLAS 18:30 Danie Craven Stadium
CUP FNB UJ vs FNB CUT 18:30 UJ Stadium
Bye FNB NWU-PUKKE

Monday
12 Feb
CUP FNB CUT vs FNB NMU 16:45 TV CUT Rugby Stadium
KOSHUIS CUT vs SHIMLAS 19:00 CUT Rugby Stadium
CUP FNB MATIES vs FNB UP-TUKS 19:00 TV Danie Craven Stadium
YG-S FNB Jnr MATIES vs FNB NMU 15:00 Danie Craven Stadium
KOSHUIS MATIES vs FNB UP-TUKS 16:45 Danie Craven Stadium
CUP FNB SHIMLAS vs FNB WITS 18:30 XEROX Shimla Park
YG-C FNB KOVSIES vs FNB NWU-PUKKE 16:00 XEROX Shimla Park
CUP FNB UCT vs FNB NWU 18:30 UCT Rugby Fields
KOSHUIS UCT NMU 16:15 UCT Rugby Fields
Bye FNB UJ

Monday
19 Feb
CUP FNB NMU vs FNB WITS 16:45 TV NMU Stadium
KOSHUIS NMU WITS 19:00 NMU Stadium
CUP FNB NWU-PUKKE vs FNB UJ 19:00 TV
Fanie du Toit Sports Grounds
KOSHUIS PUKKE CUT 16:45 Fanie du Toit Sports Grounds
CUP FNB MATIES vs FNB CUT 18:30 Danie Craven Stadium
CUP FNB UCT vs FNB SHIMLAS 18:30 UCT Rugby Fields
YG-S FNB UCT vs FNB Jnr MATIES 16:00 UCT Rugby Fields
Bye FNB UP-TUKS

Monday
19 Feb
Shield FNB UWC vs FNB WSU 18:30 UWC Sports Grounds
Shield FNB UFH vs FNB UKZN 18:30 Davidson Stadium
Shield FNB RHODES vs FNB TUT 18:30 Rhodes Great Field
Bye FNB CPUT

Thursday
22 Feb
Shield FNB WSU vs FNB RHODES 16:45 TV BCM Stadium
Shield FNB UWC vs FNB UKZN 19:00 TV UWC Sports Grounds
Shield FNB TUT vs FNB CPUT 18:30 TUT Stadium
Bye FNB UFH

Monday
26 Feb
CUP FNB WITS vs FNB MATIES 16:45 TV WITS Rugby Stadium
KOSHUIS WITS vs UCT 19:00 WITS Rugby Stadium
CUP FNB SHIMLAS vs FNB UJ 19:00 TV XEROX Shimla Park
KOSHUIS SHIMLAS vs MATIES 16:30 XEROX Shimla Park
YG-C FNB KOVSIES vs FNB CUT 15:00 XEROX Shimla Park
CUP FNB UCT vs FNB UP-TUKS 18:30 UCT Rugby Fields
YG-S FNB UCT vs FNB NMU 16:00 UCT Rugby Fields
CUP FNB NMU vs FNB NWU PUKKE 18:30 NMU Stadium
YG-N FNB UJ vs FNB TUKS 16:45 UJ Stadium
Bye FNB CUT

Monday
26 Feb
Shield FNB UFH vs FNB RHODES 18:30 Davidson Stadium
Shield FNB UKZN vs FNB TUT 18:30 Howard College Rugby Stadium
Shield FNB CPUT vs FNB WSU 18:30 CPUT Sports Stadiums
Bye FNB UWC

Monday
05 March
CUP FNB UP TUKS vs FNB NWU-PUKKE 16:45 TV TUKS Stadium
KOSHUIS TUKS vs NWU 19:00 TUKS Stadium
CUP FNB MATIES vs FNB UCT 19:00 TV Danie Craven Stadium
Koshuis MATIES vs CUT 16:30 Danie Craven Stadium
YG-S FNB Jnr MATIES vs FNB UCT 15:00 Danie Craven Stadium
CUP FNB UJ vs FNB NMU 18:30 UJ Stadium
YG-N FNB UJ vs FNB WITS 14:30 UJ Stadium
KOSHUIS UJ vs NMU 16:15 UJ Stadium
CUP FNB CUT vs FNB WITS 18:30 CUT Rugby Stadium
YG-C FNB CUT vs FNB NWU-PUKKE 16:15 CUT Rugby Stadium
Bye FNB SHIMLAS

Monday
05 Feb
Shield FNB CPUT vs FNB UWC 18:30 CPUT Sports Stadiums
Shield FNB WSU vs FNB UFH 18:30 BCM Stadium
Shield FNB RHODES vs FNB UKZN 18:30 Rhodes Great Field
Bye FNB TUT

Monday
12 March
CUP FNB WITS vs FNB UJ 16:45 TV WITS Rugby Stadium
YG-N FNB WITS vs FNB UJ 14:15 WITS Rugby Stadium
KOSHUIS WITS vs UJ 19:00 WITS Rugby Stadium
CUP FNB NWU-PUKKE vs FNB SHIMLAS 19:00 TV Fanie du Toit Sports Grounds
YG-C FNB NWU-PUKKE vs FNB KOVSIES 15:00 Fanie du Toit Sports Grounds
KOSHUIS NWU vs UFS 16:45 Fanie du Toit Sports Grounds
CUP FNB CUT vs FNB UP-TUKS 18:30 CUT Rugby Stadium
CUP FNB NMU vs FNB MATIES 18:30 NMU Stadium
YG-S FNB NMU vs FNB Jnr MATIES 16:00 NMU Stadium
Bye FNB UCT

Monday
12 March
Shield FNB TUT vs FNB UWC 18:30 TUT Stadium
Shield FNB UFH vs FNB CPUT 18:30 Davidson Stadium
Shield FNB UKZN vs FNB WSU 18:30 Howard College Rugby Stadium
Bye FNB Rhodes

Thursday
15 March
Shield FNB UWC vs FNB UFH 18:30 UWC Sports Grounds
Shield FNB WSU vs FNB TUT 18:30 BCM Stadium
Shield FNB CPUT vs FNB RHODES 18:30 CPUT Sports Stadiums
Bye FNB UKZN

Monday
19 March
Shield FNB RHODES vs FNB UWC 18:30 RHODES GREAT FIELD
Shield FNB TUT vs FNB UFH 18:30 TUT STADIUM
Shield FNB UKZN FNB CPUT 18:30 HOWARD COLLEGE RUGBY STADIUM//PETER BOOYSEN SPORTS STADIUM -PMB
Bye FNB WSU

Monday
19 March
CUP FNB CUT vs FNB UCT 16:45 TV CUT Rugby Stadium
YG-C FNB CUT vs FNB KOVSIES 14:15 CUT Rugby Stadium
CUP FNB UP-TUKS vs FNB UJ 19:00 TV TUKS Stadium
YG-N FNB TUKKIES vs FNB UJ 15:00 TUKS Stadium
KOSHUIS TUKS vs CUT 16:45 TUKS Stadium
CUP FNB SHIMLAS vs FNB NMU 18:30 XEROX Shimla Park
CUP FNB WITS vs FNB NWU-PUKKE 18:30 WITS Rugby Stadium
Bye FNB MATIES

Monday
26 March
CUP FNB SHIMLAS vs FNB CUT 16:45 TV XEROX Shimla Park
KOSHUIS SHIMLAS vs TUKS 19:00 XEROX Shimla Park
CUP FNB NWU-PUKKE vs FNB MATIES 19:00 TV Fanie du Toit Sports Grounds
YG-C FNB NWU-PUKKE vs FNB CUT 15:00 Fanie du Toit Sports Grounds
KOSHUIS NWU vs MATIES 16:45 Fanie du Toit Sports Grounds
CUP FNB UP-TUKS vs FNB NMU 18:30 TUKS Stadium
YG-N FNB UP-TUKS vs FNB WITS 16:00 TUKS Stadium
CUP FNB UJ vs FNB UCT 18:30 UJ Stadium
KOSHUIS UJ vs UCT 16:15 UJ Stadium
Bye FNB WITS

Monday
29 March
Shield Log Position 2 vs Log Position 3 18:30 TBC
Shield Log position 1 vs Log position 4 18:30 TBC

Monday
02 April
CUP Log Position 2 vs Log Position 3 16:30 TV TBC
CUP Log position 1 vs Log position 4 19:00 TV TBC

Monday
02 April
YG 2nd Highest Log Points Vs 3 rd Highest Log Points 16:15 TBC
YG Highest Log Points vs 4 th Highest Log Points 16:15 TBC


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
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The experimental laws in the 2018 Varsity Cup competition

1 The Powerplay rule allows each team to expel two backline players from the opposition for a period of three minutes at any stage during the 80 minutes of the match. This will force both the attacking and defending team to think “out of the box” when it comes to trying to break down the opposition team’s defence, and the defending team to use their players wisely in trying to keep out the attacking team.

2 The assistant referee (linesman) that is closest to where a scrum is awarded will move in from off his line to help the on-field referee to best manage the scrum – and prevent resets and get the call, either way, correct.

3 Thirdly, if the opposition doesn’t contest the throw-in at the lineout, the hooker will be allowed to throw the ball in crooked – or rather, it won’t have to be a straight throw, and the referee won’t blow his whistle for a skew throw-in.

https://www.iol.co.za/sport/rugby/cup-competitions/long-list-of-people-interested-in-sponsoring-blitzboks-says-jurie-roux-12890636


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New Varsity Cup Anthem – Make The Team


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Constant Beckerling's legendary interview

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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
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Jensrsa wrote:
2018 fixtures Cup, Shield, YG, Koshuis):

Monday
29 Jan
CUP FNB UP-TUKS vs FNB SHIMLAS 16:45 TV TUKS Stadium
CUP FNB UJ vs FNB MATIES 19:00 TV UJ Stadium
CUP FNB UCT vs FNB WITS 18:30 UCT Rugby Fields
CUP FNB NWU-PUKKE vs FNB CUT 18:30 Fanie du Toit Sports Grounds
Bye FNB NMU

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 29, 2018 7:28 pm 
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29 Jan:

FNB Tuks 17 19 FNB Shimlas
FNB Ikeys 26 30 FNB Wits
FNB NWU 70 7 FNB CUT
FNB UJ 3 31 FNB Maties

Pos. Team: Pld | W | D | L | PD | BP | Pts
1. FNB NWU: 1 | 1 | 0 | 0 | 63 | 1 | 5
2. FNB Maties: 1 | 1 | 0 | 0 | 28 | 1 | 5
3. FNB Wits: 1 | 1 | 0 | 0 | 4 | 1 | 5
4. FNB Shimlas: 1 | 1 | 0 | 0 | 2 | 0 | 4
5. FNB Tuks: 1 | 0 | 0 | 1 | -2 | 1 | 1
6. FNB Ikeys: 1 | 0 | 0 | 1 | -4 | 1 | 1
7. FNB Madibaz: 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0
8. FNB UJ: 1 | 0 | 0 | 1 | -28 | 0 | 0
9. FNB CUT: 1 | 0 | 0 | 1 | -63 | 0 | 0

Seems the new Power Play will have a big effect on results. Today Maties scored 14 points during their Power Play and UJ couldn't score during theirs taking the game away from them.


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Well if you use that as an excuse you are far from the truth. The Maties looked much stronger in all aspects compare to UJ. Maties phiscality was just to much for UJ and looked super fit and conditioned for the Varsity Cup. I wont mind Hawwies as the Stormers coach. His side is well prepared and coached.


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Most of that players are from PRG and Paarl Gym. The Paarl Bois poaches looked lost at UJ.


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Saw the end of the Tukkies game and also watched a bit of the Maties game. Maties will win the competition, they have way too much depth and quality.

Ikeys were leading by ten points with about 8 minutes to go against Wits, went to sleep, kicked badly and allowed Wits to score two late tries to win the game at the death. Ikeys had a chance to score from a lineout/maul in the last few seconds but Wits defended well.

Not a weak Wits team and the brilliance of their left wing (MOM) was the difference between the sides. Ikeys have now put some early pressure on themselves.


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Well if you use that as an excuse you are far from the truth. The Maties looked much stronger in all aspects compare to UJ. Maties phiscality was just to much for UJ and looked super fit and conditioned for the Varsity Cup. I wont mind Hawwies as the Stormers coach. His side is well prepared and coached.


Oom, while I agree Hawwies is a good coach, Maties have so much talent and the finances to recruit talent (WP academy etc.) it is hard to judge him as a coach. Would he be as successful coaching a less resourced team? In pre-season the Maties players looked very well conditioned so some hard work has been done by the players and coaches.


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I am not to sure about Maties depth. They have a few unknown players in the squad. But the way their substitutes played , you can see this team is in a good space. I know Ernst van Rhyn since his childhood. Excellent leader and enjoyed when he shared the pink seat of the player that got yellowed in the end after just coming on.


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Well if you use that as an excuse you are far from the truth. The Maties looked much stronger in all aspects compare to UJ. Maties phiscality was just to much for UJ and looked super fit and conditioned for the Varsity Cup. I wont mind Hawwies as the Stormers coach. His side is well prepared and coached.


Oom, while I agree Hawwies is a good coach, Maties have so much talent and the finances to recruit talent (WP academy etc.) it is hard to judge him as a coach. Would he be as successful coaching a less resourced team? In pre-season the Maties players looked very well conditioned so some hard work has been done by the players and coaches.

Hawwies comes from Ceres and went the long road through Boland, Cheetahs, Griquas and now Maties. He did very well with Griquas and was surprised to see him coaching at Maties. Maties finances took a moerse knock with the Steinhoff drama. Most of their players went through WP Academy and played WP u19 but are now studying and playing at Maties.


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Regarding their conditioning, that credit to Sas. SA Sport institute and Maties High Performce coaches. SAS are also involve with PRG hockey and rugby and the SA 7s conditioning. Trust me, they are the best.


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Varsity Cup Preview round 2

http://www.varsitycup.co.za/news/varsit ... ound-two-0


FNB Madibaz will look to make a statement in their opening game of the Varsity Cup
FNB Madibaz will play their opening game of the season after having a bye in the first round and will play their first home game since 2016, having played all games away last year due to a revamp at the Madibaz Stadium. Coach David Maidza returns with his side and will be buoyed by the presence of captain Riaan Esterhuizen who has two years of FNB Varsity Cup experience.

FNB UCT will be reeling after letting their lead go against FNB Wits last week, after the Johannesburg side scored two late tries to claim a vital 30-26 away win in Cape Town. FNB UCT will look to make up for their home loss with an away win in Port Elizabeth and try catch the Eastern Cape side unawares with the clash being FNB Madibaz’s opening game.

Venue: Madibaz Stadium
Kickoff: 16:45
Live on SuperSport

Teams
FNB Madibaz Starting XV: 15 Michael Botha, 14 Lindelwe Zungu, 13 Siphumelele Msutwana, 12 Riaan Esterhuizen (captain), 11 Athi Mayinje, 10 Simon Bolze, 9 Sibusiso Ngcokovane, 8 Justin Hollis, 7 Wynand Grassman, 6 Henry Brown, 5 Gerrit Huisamen, 4 Reyno Du Toit, 3 Dylan Barendse, 2 Jean-Pierre Jamieson, 1 Nicolas Roebeck
Replacements: 16 Jedwyn Harty, 17 Tembelihle Yase, 18 Luyolo Dapula, 19 Robert Izaks, 20 Lovu Claassen, 21 Henrique Olivier, 22 Jordan Koekemoer, 23 Keegan Branford

FNB UCT-Ikeys Starting XV: 15 Karl Martin, 14 Rayno Mapoe, 13 Khanyo Ngcukana, 12 Joel Smith, 11 Sebastian Roodt, 10 Darian Hock, 9 Stefano de Gouveia, 8 Nyasha Tarusenga, 7 Josh Moon (captain), 6 Liam Greenhalgh, 5 Duncan Saffy, 4 David Meihuizen, 3 Simon Raw, 2 Cuan Hablutzel, 1 Wayrin Losper
Replacements: 16 Josh Van Vuuren, 17 Ashwyn Adams, 18 Ntokozo Khomo, 19 Gary Porter, 20 Kwezi Puza, 21 Pieter Schoonraad, 22 Lohan Lubbe, 23 Suwilanji Chibale


FNB Maties looking to build on sublime opening performance
FNB Maties will be feeling confident going into their clash with FNB Shimlas after their season opener against FNB UJ, last week. FNB Maties gave the home side a tough lesson on a nippy Monday evening to the tune of 31-3. FNB Maties entered their FNB Varsity Cup opener against FNB UJ as firm favourites, with the Stellenbosch boys having won the tournament three times, been runners up four times, and significantly strengthened their squad in 2018.

FNB Shimlas will be buoyed by their performance in the opening game of the FNB Varsity Cup after beating FNB UP-Tuks 19-17 at a cold and wet Tuks Rugby Stadium last week. The current FNB Varsity Cup trophy holders couldn’t keep up with the men from Bloemfontein who were well prepared for the bout in the rain. FNB Shimlas coach Hendro Scholtz believes his side weren’t allowed to play their natural game last week because of the weather, but will spread the ball in their bout with FNB Maties.

Venue: Danie Craven Stadium
Kickoff: 18:30

Teams
FNB Maties Starting XV: 15 Reinardt Fortuin, 14 Duncan Saal, 13 Cornel Smit, 12 Chris Smit, 11 Edwill van der Merwe, 10 Christopher Smith, 9 Remu Malan, 8 Janco Venter, 7 Marno Redelinghuys, 6 Mitchell Carstens, 5 Johan Momsen, 4 Ernst van Rhyn, 3 Johan Fouche, 2 Arnoldi Wilmar, 1 Chippie Oelofse (captain)
Replacements: 16 Hendrik Luus, 17 Ricky Nwagbara, 18 Piet Strauss, 19 Brandon Valentyn, 20 Stephan Streicher, 21 Logan Boonzaaier, 22 Elden Schoeman, 23 Munier Hartzenberg

FNB Shimlas Starting XV: 15 Nicholas Naude, 14 Athi Halom, 13 Carel-Jan Coetzee, 12 Sango Xamlashe, 11 Gideon Agenbag, 10 Lubabalo Dobela, 9 Dian Badenhorst, 8 Albertus de Bod, 7 Menzi Nhlabathi, 6 Jan Cloete, 5 Henk Pretorius, 4 Raymond Woest, 3 Mogau Mabokela, 2 Hanno Snyman, 1 Gert Kotze (captain)
Replacements: 16 JC Jansen van Vuuren, 17 Wentzel Vorster, 18 Janu Botha, 19 Rholane Ncubuka, 20 Christoffel Roelofse, 21 Zinedene Booysen, 22 Francois Pretorius, 23 Sechaba Matsoele



FNB UJ will look to bounce back against FNB CUT
FNB UJ took a hiding in their first game of the season after going down 31-3 to FNB Maties in Johannesburg last week. The men from Jozi conceded four tries on the day while only producing three points through a penalty from number 10 Jean-Luc Cilliers. FNB UJ will, however, look to get back on track in their second game of the season at home against FNB CUT who also took a clobbering last week, losing 70-7 to FNB NWU in Potchefstroom.

FNB CUT didn’t have an ideal start to their FNB Varsity Cup campaign after taking a 70 -7 clobbering from FNB NWU at the Fanie du Toit Sportsgrounds. FNB CUT conceded a whopping nine tries on the day and only scored one try through hooker Tiaan Erasmus. FNB CUT Captain Rayno Nel believes his side don’t need any more motivation than they already have and are keen to stick to their guns instead of reverting to another game plan.

Venue: UJ Stadium
Kickoff: 18:30

Teams
FNB UJ Starting XV: 15 Ronald Brown, 14 Tyreeq February, 13 Jan-Louis la Grange, 12 Jaco Fourie, 11 Tatendaishe Mujawo, 10 Jeanluc Cilliers, 9 Brandley Thain, 8 Wian Conradie, 7 Adriaan Bester, 6 James Venter, 5 Kevin de Randt, 4 Malembe Mpofu, 3 Nico du Plessis, 2 Jannes Snyman (captain), 1 Sibusiso Lali
Replacements: 16 Hendrik van Schoor, 17 Dillon Bakos, 18 Darrien-Lane Landsberg, 19 Dian Schoonees, 20 Johan Esterhuizen, 21 Austic-Marc Davids, 22 Louis van der Schyff, 23 Cohen Kiewit

FNB CUT Starting XV: 15 Dimitrio Tieties, 14 Masego Toolo, 13 Rasmus Breedt, 12 Heinrich Bitzi, 11 Dean Jacobs, 10 Denver Kleu, 9 Ruben De Haas, 8 Gerhardus Nel, 7 Rayno Nel (captain), 6 Dean Rossouw, 5 Brendon Fortuin, 4 Sylvester Makakole, 3 Stefan van Schalkwyk, 2 Tiaan Erasmus, 1 Quintin Vorster
Replacements: 16 Johannes Terblanche, 17 Raynard Esterhuizen, 18 LW Viljoen, 19 Isiah Bila, 20 Arne van Rensburg, 21 Tiisetso Madonsela, 22 Mazithulele Nkosi, 23 Ruben Heymans


FNB Wits braced for FNB UP-Tuks backlash
FNB Wits will be feeling confident going into the trans-Jukskei clash with FNB UP-Tuks. FNB Wits displayed determination and a great showing with ball-in-hand to claim a vital 30-26 away win against FNB UCT in Cape Town in the first round of the FNB Varsity Cup on Monday. The Braamfontein-based side scored two tries in the last 10 minutes to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat with Daniel Kapepula, Constant Beckerling, Chris Hume and AJ van Blerk all dotting down. FNB Wits coach Hugo van As was happy about their result against FNB UCT but admitted they weren’t at their best and could improve.

FNB UP-Tuks will be disappointed with their opening game of the FNB Varsity Cup after losing 19-17 to FNB Shimlas at a cold and wet Tuks Rugby Stadium on Monday evening. FNB UP-Tuks coach David Manuel’s side only lost the game by two points after scoring three tries to FNB Shimlas’ two with their goal accuracy letting them down. The men from Pretoria scored tries through Xolisa Guma, Toko Seerane and captain Denzel Hill. Manuel is disappointed with how FNB UP-Tuks got began their season but believes his side’s systems should see them through.

Venue: Wits Rugby Stadium
Kickoff: 19:00
Live on SuperSport

Teams
FNB Wits Starting XV: 15 Tyrone Green, 14 Kwanele Ngema, 13 Sicelo Champion, 12 Adriaan van Blerk, 11 Bin Daniel Kapepula, 10 Christian Humphries, 9 Ruan Cloete, 8 Ayabulela Mdudi, 7 Conor-Terrah Brockschmidt, 6 Constant Beckerling (captain), 5 Pascal Snyman, 4 Dawid Bodenstein, 3 CJ Greeff, 2 CJ Conradie, 1 Ameer Williams
Replacements: 16 Justin Brandon, 17 Craig Hume, 18 Sipho Siboza, 19 Jethro de Lange, 20 Kyle Wesemann, 21 Manqoba Mbatha, 22 Lwazi Monakali, 23 Luyolo Qinela

FNB UP-Tuks Starting XV: 15 Willem Strydom, 14 Dewald Naude, 13 Adrian Seerane, 12 Christo Hamman, 11 Xolisa Guma, 10 Tinus de Beer, 9 Theo Maree, 8 Eduan Lubbe, 7 Jaco Bezuidenhout, 6 Jacobus Smit, 5 Eli Snyman, 4 Marius Verwey, 3 Andrew Beerwinkel, 2 Jan-Henning Campher, 1 Franco van den Berg
Replacements: 16 Johan Grobberlaar, 17 Wesley Adonis, 18 Ruan Nortje, 19 Orateng Koikanyang, 20 Carlo Engelbrecht, 21 Tony Botha, 22 Mihle Nelani, 23 Mornay Smith


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Interesting that Wits didn't select Simelane, Rass and Lombard


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Great win by Ikeys. Good to see Dawie Schoonraad playing for them. He is one for the future


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FNB UJ 48-21 FNB CUT


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FNB Maties 56 - 21 FNB Shimlas


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Wits v Tuks is tight with Wits leading 25-19 nearing full time


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What a win for Wits. Love the flyhalf


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What a win for Wits. Love the flyhalf


He's not even on the SARU database - didn't play provincial schools or juniors then.


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Well he was top class tonight, the speedster wing and 15 aswell. Daai losskakel het n geleerde skopskoen en is moer vinnig. Trinity House ?

Tukkies is kak die jaar


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Well he was top class tonight, the speedster wing and 15 aswell. Daai losskakel het n geleerde skopskoen en is moer vinnig. Trinity House ?

Tukkies is kak die jaar


Weird dat hy CW gespeel het maar nie op die SARU databasis is nie


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He did it again! #FNBVarsityCup11 has just started and @WitsUniversity captain Constant Beckerling has already delivered the best post-match interview of the year!

"The guys played with enormous testicles..."

https://twitter.com/varsitycup/status/960590029767749632


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Pos. Team: Pld | W | D | L | PD | BP | Pts
1. Maties: 2 | 2 | 0 | 0 | 63 | 2 | 10
2. Wits: 2 | 2 | 0 | 0 | 10 | 1 | 9
3. NWU: 1 | 1 | 0 | 0 | 63 | 1 | 5
4. Ikeys: 2 | 1 | 0 | 1 | 6 | 1 | 5
5. UJ: 2 | 1 | 0 | 1 | -1 | 1 | 5
6. Shimlas: 2 | 1 | 0 | 1 | -33 | 0 | 4
7. Tuks: 2 | 0 | 0 | 2 | -8 | 2 | 2
8. Madibaz: 1 | 0 | 0 | 1 | -10 | 0 | 0
9. CUT: 2 | 0 | 0 | 2 | -90 | 0 | 0


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Jensrsa wrote:
OomPB wrote:
Well he was top class tonight, the speedster wing and 15 aswell. Daai losskakel het n geleerde skopskoen en is moer vinnig. Trinity House ?

Tukkies is kak die jaar


Weird dat hy CW gespeel het maar nie op die SARU databasis is nie

Ja , wit vel, dis hoe dit gaan in SA sport. As hy n swarte was het hy nou superrugby gespeel.


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