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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
PostPosted: Tue Feb 06, 2018 9:14 am 
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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

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


I thought the Wits flyhalf, wings and fullback were outstanding. But one has to take your hat off to the Wits forwards who matched there more fancied opponents.
Green at fullback creates a lot of the attacking opportunities, with a great ability to draw more than one defender. That left wing in the pink shorts is seriously talented - he won the match for Wits against the Ikeys last week. I would get him involved in the sevens asap he would be explosive. Also makes his tackles.

Maties are going to walk it this year, after a few years of WP academy intake they have massive depth and are well coached.


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Credit also to the Witsies coach Hugo van As. Pretty sure he is in the Lions coaching setup. Hawwies at Maties also. Both this teams show lots of gees on the field.


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
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Credit also to the Witsies coach Hugo van As. Pretty sure he is in the Lions coaching setup. Hawwies at Maties also. Both this teams show lots of gees on the field.


van As isn't in the "set up" as far as I know but he worked closely with the Lions coaches as most of the Lions juniors are "allocated" to Wits and UJ for their non-rugby development. In an interview last year van As said they were coaching the "Lions game plan" at Wits to ensure an easy transition for the players


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
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beachboy wrote:
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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

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


I thought the Wits flyhalf, wings and fullback were outstanding. But one has to take your hat off to the Wits forwards who matched there more fancied opponents.
Green at fullback creates a lot of the attacking opportunities, with a great ability to draw more than one defender. That left wing in the pink shorts is seriously talented - he won the match for Wits against the Ikeys last week. I would get him involved in the sevens asap he would be explosive. Also makes his tackles.

Maties are going to walk it this year, after a few years of WP academy intake they have massive depth and are well coached.


Watched the highlight just now. Some great plays from Humphries (10) and Green (15) to set up the scorers. Tuks' first try came from a forward pass :)


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
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Jensrsa wrote:
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Credit also to the Witsies coach Hugo van As. Pretty sure he is in the Lions coaching setup. Hawwies at Maties also. Both this teams show lots of gees on the field.


van As isn't in the "set up" as far as I know but he worked closely with the Lions coaches as most of the Lions juniors are "allocated" to Wits and UJ for their non-rugby development. In an interview last year van As said they were coaching the "Lions game plan" at Wits to ensure an easy transition for the players

As long as the youngsters are getting a decent degree/qualification I dont have a problem with unions developing players via a university. They have to put "student" ahead of "rugby player" . From personal experience it is nigh impossible for a proper student to play professional rugby and study. I know of two recent students who have given up studies to just play rugby. The problem is when they get called up to senior provincial/super rugby they dont have the time to put into studies.

Hugo seems like a hellevu nice guy. He came into our pub for a drink after the Wits/Ikeys game and was very friendly.


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
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Credit also to the Witsies coach Hugo van As. Pretty sure he is in the Lions coaching setup. Hawwies at Maties also. Both this teams show lots of gees on the field.


van As isn't in the "set up" as far as I know but he worked closely with the Lions coaches as most of the Lions juniors are "allocated" to Wits and UJ for their non-rugby development. In an interview last year van As said they were coaching the "Lions game plan" at Wits to ensure an easy transition for the players

As long as the youngsters are getting a decent degree/qualification I dont have a problem with unions developing players via a university. They have to put "student" ahead of "rugby player" . From personal experience it is nigh impossible for a proper student to play professional rugby and study. I know of two recent students who have given up studies to just play rugby. The problem is when they get called up to senior provincial/super rugby they dont have the time to put into studies.

Hugo seems like a hellevu nice guy. He came into our pub for a drink after the Wits/Ikeys game and was very friendly.


The Lions appointed Julian Redelinghuys to their Learning Hub to help the youngsters.

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Xerox, together with the Golden Lions Rugby Union (GLRU), has launched the Xerox Lions Learning Hub, a long-term development programme for players within the Lions Rugby Union. This programme will support both the current performance demands and their future personal and professional goals, and provide players with the essential skills needed to forge a career beyond the game.

https://www.itweb.co.za/content/JOlx4z7knB2v56km


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
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Mon, 12 February 2018
CUT-Ixias V NMMU-Madibaz 16H45 TV
UCT-Ikeys V NWU-Pukke 18H30
Shimlas V Wits 18H30
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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
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Mon, 12 February 2018
CUT-Ixias V NMMU-Madibaz 16H45 TV
UCT-Ikeys V NWU-Pukke 18H30
Shimlas V Wits 18H30
Maties V UP-Tuks 19H00 TV


Tuks under all sorts of pressure - if they lose to Maties tonight they will have lost all of there matches so far - and that is the most likely result. Tukkies have talent but play absolutely brainless rugby at times.

Ikeys playing Pukke who had a week off and won by 60+ points against a weak CUT, so very difficult to know how good they are but I expect the will be a top 4 side so going to be a tough night for Ikeys. We have a good pack of forwards but our flyhalf/centers have just not created anything of note. Although, we were playing a wing at center but we are bringing in a genuine center tonight. Most exciting news is that Nama Xaba is back from injury and I am keen to see how he plays as he may feature for the Stormers at some stage.


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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
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CUT vs NWU

CUT Stadium, Free State
Kick-off: 16:45 (SuperSport 1)

CUT – 15 Dimitrio Tieties, 14 Masego Toolo, 13 Ruan Wasserman, 12 Heinrich Bitzi, 11 Dean Jacobs, 10 Denver Kleu, 9 Ruben Heymans, 8 Gerhardus Nel, 7 Rayno Nel (c), 6 Ruan Smit, 5 Brendon Fortuin, 4 Sylvester Makakole, 3 Stefan van Schalkwyk, 2 Tiaan Erasmus, 1 Quintin Vorster.
Subs: 16 Johannes Terblanche, 17 Raynard Esterhuizen, 18 LW Viljoen, 19 Isiah Bila, 20 Arne van Rensburg, 21 Tiisetso Madonsela, 22 Karabo Maqeba, 23 Johannes Nel.

NWU – 15 Michael Botha, 14 Athenkosi Mayinje, 13 Siphumelele Msutwana, 12 Riaan Esterhuizen (c), 11 Lindelwe Zungu, 10 Simon Bolze, 9 Lovu Claassen, 8 Justin Hollis, 7 Wynand Grassman, 6 Henry Brown, 5 Gerrit Huisamen, 4 Luyolo Dapula, 3 Dylan Barendse, 2 Jedwyn Harty, 1 Nicolas Roebeck.
Subs: 16 JP Jamieson, 17 Tembelihle Yase, 18 Similile Qinela, 19 Robert Izaks, 20 Jayson Reinecke, 21 Sibusiso Ngcokovane, 22 Henrique Olivier, 23 Jordan Koekemoer.

UCT vs PUKKE

UCT Rugby Fields, Cape Town
Kick-off: 18:30 (not televised)

UCT – 15 Khanyo Ngcukana, 14 Karl Martin, 13 Liam Furniss, 12 Joel Smith, 11 Joel Smith, 10 Darian Hock, 9 Pieter Schoonraad, 8 Nyasha Tarusenga, 7 Josh Moon (c), 6 Kuyenzeka Xaba, 5 Duncan Saffy, 4 David Meihuizen, 3 Simon Raw, 2 Cuan Hablutzel, 1 Wayrin Losper.
Subs: 16 Josh Van Vuuren, 17 Ashwyn Adams, 18 Ntokozo Khomo, 19 Gary Porter, 20 Deejee Putter, 21 Brandon Salomo, 22 Lohan Lubbe, 23 Suwilanji Chibale.

Pukke – 15 Tapiwa Mafura, 14 Dean Gordon, 13 Evardi Boshoff, 12 Henko Marais, 11 Dean Stokes, 10 Schalk Hugo, 9 Chriswill September, 8 Tiaan Bezuidenhout (c), 7 Estehan Visagie, 6 Gideon van der Merwe, 5 Walt Steenkamp, 4 Johan Retief, 3 Robert Hunt, 2 Siphesihle Mngadi, 1 Matimu Manganyi.
Subs: 16 Chucky van der Westhuizen, 17 Nelius Theron, 18 Theodore Ferreira, 19 Jaco Swanepoel, 20 Wandile Mazibuko, 21 Nkosana Mathaba, 22 AK Nela, 23 Jimmy Mpailane.

SHIMLAS vs WITS

Shimla Park, Free State
Kick-off: 18:30 (not televised)

Shimlas - 15 Sechaba Matsoele, 14 Athi Halom, 13 Carel-Jan Coetzee, 12 Sango Xamlashe, 11 Gideon Agenbag, 10 Nicholas Naude, 9 Rewan Kruger, 8 Albertus de Bod, 7 Menzi Nhlabathi, 6 Jan Cloete, 5 Henk Pretorius, 4 Sibabalo Qoma, 3 Mogau Mabokela, 2 Hanno Snyman, 1 Gert Kotze (captain)
Subs: 16 JC Jansen van Vuuren, 17 Louis Cloete, 18 Janu Botha, 19 Raymond Woest, 20 Christoffel Roelofse, 21 Zinedene Booysen, 22 Ayabonga Oliphant, 23 Tiaan Schutte

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

MATIES vs TUKS

Danie Craven Stadium, Stellenbosch
Kick-off: 19:00 (SuperSport 1)

Maties – 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 (c).
Subs: 16 Hendrik Luus, 17 Ricky Nwagbara, 18 Piet Strauss, 19 Brandon Valentyn, 20 Stephan Streicher, 21 Logan Boonzaaier, 22 Elden Schoeman, 23 Munier Hartzenberg.

Tuks – 15 Willem Strydom, 14 Dewald Naude, 13 Adrian Seerane, 12 Erich Cronje, 11 Xolisa Guma, 10 Tinus de Beer, 9 Theo Maree, 8 Clyde Davids, 7 Denzel Hill (c), 6 Jacobus Smit, 5 Eli Snyman, 4 Ruan Nortje, 3 Mornay Smith, 2 Johan Grobbelaar, 1 Andrew Beerwinkel.
Subs: 16 Cornelius Els, 17 Mashao Mukhari, 18 Marius Verwey, 19 Marco van Staden, 20 Carlo Engelbrecht, 21 Divan Rossouw, 22 Tyler Fisher, 23 Wesley Adonis.

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 Post subject: Re: Varsity Cup
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Great win for Ikeys against Pukke. Our forwards were massive, particularly in the scrums where we destroyed Pukke. Pukke could count themselves a little unlucky, played well against the wind and had a lot more scoring opportunities but our defense was uncompromising. Pukke will make top 4, they have a pretty good team. Ikeys promoted two young centers to the starting line up and they played well, one winning the MOM.

Watched some of the Maties/Tukkies in the pub afterwards and I cant see anyone beating the Maties this year. Tukkies bottom of the log :shock:


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Pos. Team: Pld | W | D | L | PD | BP | Pts
1. Maties: 3 | 3 | 0 | 0 | 71 | 2 | 14
2. Wits: 3 | 2 | 0 | 1 | -14 | 2 | 10
3. Ikeys: 3 | 2 | 0 | 1 | 9 | 1 | 9
4. Shimlas: 3 | 2 | 0 | 1 | -9 | 1 | 9
5. NWU: 2 | 1 | 0 | 1 | 60 | 2 | 6
6. UJ: 2 | 1 | 0 | 1 | -1 | 1 | 5
7. CUT: 3 | 1 | 0 | 2 | -89 | 1 | 5
8. Madibaz: 2 | 0 | 0 | 2 | -11 | 2 | 2
9. Tuks: 3 | 0 | 0 | 3 | -16 | 2 | 2

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FNB Madibaz v FNB Wits 16:45 - NMU Stadium
FNB Maties v FNB CUT 18:30 - Danie Craven Stadium
FNB Ikeys v FNB Shimlas 18:30 - UCT Rugby Fields
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Tukkies played much better then their previous games. Maties a bit lucky to get the win.


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FT: Madibaz 29 -32 Wits

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Pos. Team: P | W | D | L | PF | PA | PD | Pts
1. Maties: 4 | 4 | 0 | 0 | 186 | 52 | 134 | 19
2. Wits: 4 | 3 | 0 | 1 | 111 | 118 | -7 | 15
3. Shimlas: 4 | 3 | 0 | 1 | 116 | 124 | -8 | 14
4. Ikeys: 4 | 2 | 0 | 2 | 98 | 94 | 4 | 11
5. NWU: 3 | 2 | 0 | 1 | 103 | 40 | 63 | 10
6. UJ: 3 | 1 | 0 | 2 | 66 | 70 | -4 | 6
7. CUT: 4 | 1 | 0 | 3 | 78 | 230 | -152 | 5
8. Madibaz: 3 | 0 | 0 | 3 | 83 | 97 | -14 | 3
9. UP Tuks: 3 | 0 | 0 | 3 | 52 | 68 | -16 | 2

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Feb 26
FNB Wits v FNB Maties - Wits Rugby Stadium 16:45
FNB Ikeys v FNB UP Tuks - UCT Rugby Fields 18:30
FNB Madibaz v FNB NWU - NMU Stadium 18:30
FNB Shimlas v FNB UJ - Xerox Shimla Park 19:00


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Maties vs Witsies should be a cracker


Pity Wits is playing without Simelane, Rass, Lombard and Green


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FT: Ikeys 27-32 Shimlas

Eish. Ikeys were lucky to beat Pukke last week but in this game we have twice the number of chances to score but messed up. Shimlas took almost every chance including two breakaways. The also scored 3 or 4 7 pointers which won them the game as we scored mainly 5 pointers. We also had to deal with a one eyed ref, not saying he cheated but he only seemed to pick up the transgressions of one team. Also gave us a yellow card for a non-infringement. He was poor. We had the luck last week and Shimlas this week.....

What I am really enjoying about this years VC is that (with the exception of Maties) every team can beat every other team on the day and it makes for exciting games.


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Pos. Team: P | W | D | L | PF | PA | PD | Pts
1. Maties: 5 | 4 | 1 | 0 | 216 | 82 | 134 | 22
2. Wits: 5 | 3 | 1 | 1 | 141 | 148 | -7 | 18
3. NWU: 4 | 3 | 0 | 1 | 140 | 45 | 95 | 15
4. Ikeys: 5 | 3 | 0 | 2 | 121 | 107 | 14 | 15
5. Shimlas: 5 | 3 | 0 | 2 | 128 | 173 | -45 | 14
6. UJ: 4 | 2 | 0 | 2 | 115 | 82 | 33 | 11
7. CUT: 4 | 1 | 0 | 3 | 78 | 230 | -152 | 5
8. Madibaz: 4 | 0 | 0 | 4 | 88 | 134 | -46 | 3
9. UP Tuks: 4 | 0 | 0 | 4 | 65 | 91 | -26 | 2

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Tuks v NWU - Tuks Stadium 16:45
UJ v Madibaz - UJ Stadium 18:30
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Great win for the Ikeys. Courage and Guts won the match. The ref should have disallowed the one Ikey try which was an obvious knock on and he and the linesman got it wrong. But it would not have affected the result. So nice to beat Tukkies (Bulls) who spend about 1000% more developing each player. The pundits said we were favorites to be relegated. Shows you what team spirit and guts can do for a team. Nama Xaba was outstanding. Two old Paarl Boys players are making a massive difference in our team.

Wits are wonderful to watch. Caught most of the Wits/Maties game and they showed you can beat Maties. The flyhalf and fullback for Wits are top class players.


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Wits are wonderful to watch. Caught most of the Wits/Maties game and they showed you can beat Maties. The flyhalf and fullback for Wits are top class players.


Tyrone Green (15) has been in the provincial systems for a while and is currently in the Junior Boks training squad but Christian Humphries (10) has come from nowhere, he's not even in the SARU database yet


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