UP- TUKS MAINTAIN THEIR WINNING WAYS

UP-Tuks were able to overcome a plucky UCT team that took the lead early on only for the stars from Pretoria to fightback 2-1.

s TUKS, Monday 28 July 2014.UCT RUGBY FIELD, CAPE TOWN.Photo by Thys Lombard VS Jeremiah Nkwana (Tuks) Nr 18 scores the goal that levels the match at 1-1

In a game that Tuks would have been targeting, they were left a little stunned when Michael Salgado scored the first goal against them. Slowly the defending champions fought their way back into the game and it was only a matter of time before they equalized and then took the lead. UCT’s defence deserves praise for showing incredible heart against a team that has such star-quality. It did not take UCT long to test out the UP-Tuks keeper, a stinging shot came in before the first minute was up but it found its way straight to the shot-stopper’s hands.

Right from the outset the game looked to be a physical one with Byron Donaldson from UCT having to step off the field with a bloody nose after a clash in the box. Tuks soon wrestled back the momentum from UCT’s early flourish – Lucky Mathosi and Lawrence Ntswane both having a crack at goal but both shots were with too wide or too high. Finally, it was Mathosi, another goal scorer from last week, who was able to level things up with a headed goal. At half time the game stood dead-locked at 1-1

Tuks came out for the second-half full of fire as they looked to take the advantage, it was UCT who were left scrambling to clear their box over and over again. With less than a quarter of the game to go UCT hearts sank as Tuks finally managed to find their elusive goal. Mbongeni Masilela the man to score the goal after a diving header in the box saw the ball bounce off the posts and in. FNB Man of the Match: Lucky Mathosi

Bringing much of the excitement often seen at American baseball games, Varsity Sports events are renowned as much for their athletic mettle as they are for their showmanship, with flashy cheerleaders, pyrotechnics, thumping music and blaring fans. The concept is that of a playground, where the best footballers can test themselves against their peers. Market-leading brands sponsor the platform, with Samsung, Debonairs Pizza, FNB, Cell C and Jet Mart as the lead football sponsors.

 

CEO for Varsity Sports, Duitser Bosman says, “The excitement and quality of Varsity Football is what draws the crowds to these events. These high-energy events are well organised and offer huge spectator entertainment.”

 

Marketing Executive for Varsity Sports, Guy Loxton adds, “Varsity Sports is seeing many promising sportsmen and women successfully compete at its events and gain the attention they deserve.”

 

The third round of Varsity Football will roll out from 04th August, 2014 in Bellville, Pretoria, Port Elizabeth and Mafikeng. With seven more weeks of non-stop and explosive football action to look forward to, get yourself down to games in your province to experience next week Monday’s excitement first hand. Matches commence at 16:45, 18:00 and 19:00.

 

For those living further afield, be sure to watch all the drama unfold by following non-stop Varsity Sports action on SuperSport channels 210 and 204 next Monday. The programme follows:

 

DATE NO TIME HOME TEAM VS AWAY TEAM VENUE TV
04-Aug-14 9 16:45 UWC vs KOVSIES UWC SPORTS STADIUM
10 19:00 TUKS vs UJ TUKS STADIUM
11 18:00 NMMU MADIBAZ vs UCT NMMU MADIBAZ STADIUM  
12 18:00 NWU vs LIMPOPO NWU MAFIKENG SPORTS STADIUM  
               
11-Aug-14 13 16:45 TUKS vs LIMPOPO TUKS STADIUM
14 19:00 NWU vs UCT NWU MAFIKENG SPORTS STADIUM
15 18:00 NMMU MADIBAZ vs UWC NMMU MADIBAZ STADIUM  
16 18:00 KOVSIES vs UJ SHIMLA PARK  
               
18-Aug-14 17 16:45 KOVSIES vs NMMU MADIBAZ SHIMLA PARK
18 19:00 UJ vs UCT SOWETO CAMPUS
19 18:00 TUKS vs NWU TUKS STADIUM  
20 18:00 UWC vs LIMPOPO UWC SPORTS STADIUM  
               
25-Aug-14 21 16:45 NWU vs UJ NWU MAFIKENG SPORTS STADIUM
22 19:00 NMMU MADIBAZ vs LIMPOPO NMMU MADIBAZ STADIUM
23 18:00 UWC vs TUKS UWC SPORTS STADIUM  
24 18:00 UCT vs KOVSIES UCT RUGBY FIELDS  
               
01-Sep-14 25 16:45 UCT vs UWC UCT RUGBY FIELDS √ 
26 19:00 TUKS vs NMMU MADIBAZ TUKS STADIUM
27 18:00 KOVSIES vs NWU SHIMLA PARK  
28 18:00 UJ vs LIMPOPO BUNTING ROAD CAMPUS SPORTS COMPLEX
               
08-Sep-14 29 16:45 2ND ON LOG vs 3RD ON LOG TBC
30 19:00 1ST ON LOG vs 4TH ON LOG TBC
               
15-Sep-14 31 19:00 WINNER OF SEMI-FINAL   WINNER OF SEMI-FINAL HIGHEST ON LOG
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