It was determination versus experience as the defending champions UP-Tuks pulled ahead to knock out a determined Madibaz side 55-46 in Monday’s first Varsity Netball semi-final.
Champions of the University Sport South Africa tournament in Port Elizabeth in July, the University of Johannesburg women’s team will be aiming to continue their good form in the Varsity Football tournament, starting in Potchefstroom on Thursday
SA’s top eight university women’s football teams will travel to the NWU Potchefstroom Campus for a weekend of fiery football action from 20-22 September with the goal of unearthing South Africa’s wealth of talent
The SPAR Madibaz team enjoyed one of their most notable periods in Varsity Netball when, for the first time, they defeated both Free State University and North-West University in one season.
The Maroon Machine made it two wins from two in PE with another strong display, beating UWC 76-37 on Monday evening.
Round 3 Varsity Netball action featured a convincing 91-19 win for UFS Kovsies over UCT, recording their third straight win in Bloemfontein on Monday evening. Pictured in action for UFS is Rieze Straeuli at the UFS Callie Human Hall in Bloemfontein, on 14 September, 2015. Photo: Frikkie Kapp /SASPA
The 2015 season of the popular Varsity Netball kicks off on Sunday with live broadcasts of the opening matches at the Callie Human Hall in Bloemfontein, in addition to two opening fixtures at the Coetzenburg Indoor Centre in Stellenbosch.
Kovsies rose to the occasion and overcame the previously undefeated UP-Tuks in Pretoria, to retain the Varsity Netball crown on Monday evening
SARU’s GM of Referees, André Watson, has lauded Marlize Jordaan on becoming the first woman to referee an international sevens match this past weekend.