Sports Update 5 March 2018

 

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Tennis

On 3 March and 4 March TuksTennis hosted the 2018 leg of the Student Club Champs. The championship will continue on 10 March and the competition is open to all UP students.

Rugby

On 5 March FNB TuksRugby will take on FNB NWU at 16:45. At 19:00, Maroela’s rugby team, currently third on the FNB Res Rugby Champion­ship log, will take on FNB Patria (NWU). Both games will be played at the TuksRugby Stadium.

Athletics

TuksAthletics hosted their first meeting of the year on Friday, 2 March. The meeting included a residence relay race.

Netball

TuksNetball will host their third shooter clinic on 14 March. The 2018 coaching clinics will com­mence on 9 March for primary school level, and 23 March for high school level. Club Manager Riana Bezuidenhout has been appointed the Gaut­eng Netball president. She is also the Tshwane Netball Vice-Chairwoman, USSA Netball Chairwoman, and the Gauteng Jaguars General Manager.

Fencing

TuksFencing members competed in the SA Na­tional Youth Championships hosted in Cape Town on 3 and 4 February, and they finished in second place overall. Gauteng as a province collected more medals than Free State and Western Cape, with 8 Gold, 10 Silver and 11 bronze medals.

Basketball

The first years competed in a residence Valen­tine’s basketball tournament on 15 February. During the semi-finals for women, Nerina beat Curlitzia 14-4, and Magrietjie won against Zinnia 18-0. During the semi-finals for men, Taaibos won against Kiaat with a score of 17-0, and Dregeana Day House won 22-4 against Boeken­hout. The finals saw Nerina take on Magrietjie to beat them 6-4. Dregeana won the men’s finals by beating Taaibos 20-14.

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