Varsity Cup 2015

UJ face Tuks in USSA Final

There will be a Gauteng derby in the Final of the A-Section at the USSA Rugby tournament in Johannesburg with home favourites FNB UJ taking on FNB UP-Tuks on Friday. Both teams had stellar starts to the competition on Day One when UP-Tuks thrashed Varsity Shield champions FNB UKZN-Impi 77-7, […]


Madibaz honour Bok alumni

Some of NMMU’s most famous South African rugby alumni are set to gather for a once-in-a-lifetime legacy event in Port Elizabeth on September 3. The Madibaz Bok Banter dinner will bring together a constellation of Springbok stars from across the decades in celebration of NMMU’s 10 years of existence, following […]


Maties out-muscle Wits

Seven tries to nil illustrated the gulf in class as the FNB Maties dominated the FNB Wits in their 41-6 victory at day one of the USSA Rugby tournament held at the University of Johannesburg. The Maties opened the scoring with a try before two penalties by Wits centre AJ […]

Varsity Cup 2015

Cup vs Shield to kick-off USSA

Day One of USSA Rugby Week will see FNB Varsity Cup sides take on those from the FNB Varsity Shield at the University of Johannesburg. One of the standout fixtures will see 2014 USSA A-Section winners FNB UP-Tuks take on Varsity Shield winners FNB UKZN-Impi. FNB NWU-Pukke will start against […]


Camp a ‘dream come true’

UJ forward Andries Oosthuizen said it was a dream come true when he was invited to join the Springbok Sevens training camp in May. The BlitzBoks were using the camp in Stellenbosch to prepare for their European tour to Italy and Switzerland between June 8 and 22. “At first I […]


Shimlas quartet make Super debut

Current FNB Varsity Cup presented by Steinhoff International champions, FNB UFS-Shimlas will have four players in the Cheetahs Super Rugby matchday 23 to face the Waratahs in Bloemfontein on Saturday. New Cheetahs coach, Franco Smith – who coached the Shimlas to their first every Varsity Cup title this year – […]

  • Bigal

    Farcity Cup? Do the match officials get rated or does it not matter as long as the “right” team wins? Bad luck Madibaz!

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