The customary gathering of the Ikeys from his era enjoying reminding each other of how amazingly good they were on the rugby field, back in the 1960s, was refreshingly spiced up by including the modern generation, represented by Donovan Armand, Marcelle Brache and a delightful fellow called Nesi.
We are incredibly proud to congratulate several Ikeys who have all been recognised for their academic success in UCT’s most recent graduation ceremony. With a very busy academic, training and fixture schedule, it is truly inspiring to see what these gentlemen have achieved.
An overview of Ikey old boys who are making headlines on the world stage; from the Six Nations, to Super Rugby and much more…
t was with deep sadness that we learned of the passing of a most loved and respected Ikey old boy, Dr Graham Desmond Ducasse (1974 – 1977), on 26 March 2018 after a brave battle with cancer. We pass on our heartfelt condolences to Sandi, Michael, Robyn, Peter, David and Dr Ducasse’s extended family.
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