Maties and Kovsies will contest the Varsity Netball final at the Coetzenburg Indoor Centre on Monday, 30 August 2021, at 19:00 on SuperSport Variety 4, DStv channel 209.
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Kovsies beat North West University (NWU) 76-52, while Maties remain undefeated after their 71-49 victory over University of Pretoria (Tuks), who finished Round 6 in fifth place on the log #GoGirls
TUT’s Varsity Netball Captain Happy Makofane made her first appearance in over six years for the university team and grabbed her opportunity with both hands, however the shooter revealed more about herself off the court
SPAR Madibaz Jamie-Leigh Goeda believes that her team needs to stay focused as there are further serious challenges ahead with tough encounters with a double-header this weekend
SPAR Madibaz captain, Jeanie Steyn has reflected on her team’s successful Varsity Netball opening match against UJ, however she has reiterated that there are aspects that still need to be ironed as they set to face UP-Tuks
Monday was a day of revenge as Tuks got their Varsity Netball season off to an excellent start beating Kovsies 63-42 at the same venue where the Pretoria side suffered a loss in last year’s final to the three-time Champions
Coming into the new Varsity Netball season, Madibaz continued with their fine form in their opening match against UJ, which ended 50-29 in favour of the NWU team who will now be eyeing Tuks in the next round of fixtures in September
The North-West University are the 2019 Varsity Hockey champions. NWU overcame a determined Maties side to win the final 2-1 in a penalty shootout at the Maties Astro turf in Stellenbosch on Monday evening.
It was revenge for Maties in a repeat of the 2017 final as the Maroon Machine beat Tuks 2-0 on Friday afternoon in Cape Town.
Extended Varsity Hockey action between Kovsies and UJ who played to a regular time draw all square at 1-1, they proceeded to showdowns for a repeat draw, 3-3, before Kovsies put the final nail in the coffin with a 2-1 lead over UJ in sudden death.