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Kemsley Rajoo won Sport HK of the year at the annual Residence Prestige evening on 15 October 2015. Perdeby sat down with Sonop’s former sport HK in a quick five minute interview.
Katlego “KG” Sempe is a third-year sport science student and a batsman for TuksCricket second team. With the varsity cricket season around the corner, Perdeby sat down to talk to this rising star.
This past weekend saw the UP women’s football team win the USSA Gauteng football league with a hard fought 1-0 victory over the Vaal University of Technology (VUT). The match was tightly contested and a free-kick by Regina Mogolola just before half time proved to be the difference between the two sides.
The colloquial student terms of “lekker tye” (good times), “a sick jol” and “incredible gees” (incredible spirit) are but a few that describe what Summer League hockey is all about, and the annual event was no different this year. There’s no doubt that this hockey tournament gains more popularity with each passing year as it has attracted its largest and most diverse audience since its inception in 2010. The tournament is not just about hockey, it’s also about having a jolly good time with friends and peers.
The UP-Tuks netball team continued with their unbeaten form, extending their winning streak by beating the Maties ladies 68-46 to book their place in the final against defending champions Kovsies. UP-Tuks’ sharpness in attack was enough to fight off a valiant effort from Maties. UP-Tuks came into the match on a low following the unfortunate loss of their goal shooter, Lenize Potgieter, who was withdrawn from the squad due to a motor accident.