CPUT, Wits and WSU will form part of the 12 university teams that will compete the Varsity Sevens at Greenside this Friday and Saturday.
Defending champions Maties are set to open court proceedings against the Varsity Cup due to its reluctance to approve one of the university’s prospective sponsors.
Former Varsity Sports chief executive Duitser Bosman has ruled himself out of the running for the vacant position of Bulls CEO.
Varsity Cup CEO Duitser Bosman has announced that he will leave his position at the end of July to pursue personal interests.
MARTIN GILLINGHAM finds out how Huw Jones went from representing UCT in the Varsity Cup to playing Test rugby for Scotland.
Maties will look to extend their unbeaten run in this year’s Varsity Cup against winless Tuks on Monday, while CUT host NMU, Wits travel to Shimlas and UCT host Pukke.
Wits upset Tuks 25-19 in Johannesburg, while there were also wins for UCT, Maties and UJ in round two of the Varsity Cup. Wits – who beat Ikeys in Cape Town last week – are now second on the log, with Tuks, who lost at home to Shimlas in round one, languishing in seventh. It was Tuks who drew first blood with… Read more →
Shimlas beat title-holders Tuks 19-17 in Pretoria during the opening round of the Varsity Cup, while there were also wins for Maties, Pukke and Wits. DYLAN JACK reports.
Maties showed everyone how to make effective use of the Varsity Cup’s controversial new ‘power play’ in their clash against UJ on Monday, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
CUT coach Tiaan Liebenberg says his side must believe they can beat the top sides in order to avoid relegation from the Varsity Cup this year. CUT finished bottom of the table after their first season of Varsity Cup in 2017, despite running a number of teams close. Every second year the team that finishes last in the Varsity Cup… Read more →