SK Walmers vs Ikeys at Greenpoint

SK Walmers 21 : 0 UCT

skwalmers_away2007_01_sml.jpgOn Saturday 11 August, UCT travelled to ‘the track’ in Greenpoint to
take on SK Walmers. Conditions were atrocious, with torrential downpours during
the week, the SK field had been turned into an ankle deep mud bath.
UCT took to
the field in a torrential downpour with determination, however a mistimed cross
kick put SK onto the scoreboard early on. SK’s flyhalf, kicking for the corner,
skewed his kick, which went straight down his left wings throat which resulted
in a short sprint to the try line. Score 7-0. 

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Ikeys go down at Brookside

Villagers 18:10 UCT 

UCT took on Villagers on Saturday 26 May. Unfortunately, villagers sealed victory in the dying minutes of the game through a try in the corner. The game was another bruising encounter, with both teams defence
holding strong throughout the first half. However, UCT did fail to
capitalise on a number of opportunities during the first half, most of
which were instigated by the ever-prominent James Richards. Villagers
led going into the half 6-3.

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UCT fend off NNK

UCT 35 : 34 NNK 

The game between UCT and NNK was scheduled for the Saturday, fortunately the game got cancelled, torrential downpours and strong winds, turned the ‘UCT wind tunnel’ into an inhospitable field. Both teams agreed to re-schedule the game for the following Wednesday. Luckily fine weather and sunshine had dried up the field for the Wednesday game.

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Victorians vs UCT in Stellenbosch

Victorians 20 : 21 UCT 

UCT travelled to Stellenbosch on Wednesday 16 May to take on Vics at the Danie Craven Stadium. UCT, with a number of crucial injury woes, were fielding a number of new recruits and second team players. A new cap to Mathew Rosslee at flyhalf for the first team, coming up from the U20 side to fill in for the injured Gareth Wright. Rito Hlungwane out with a broken thumb saw promising youngster Mike Ledwige back in the starting 15.

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UCT vs Hamiltons away

Hamiltons 29 : 21 UCT

 On Saturday 12 May UCT travelled to Greenpoint to play against the newly ‘re-vitalised’ Hamies XV. Both the UCT 1st team and 2nd team went to Hammies with their usual arrogance and swagger, and both teams got thoroughly put back in their places.  

The first half began with both sides trading penalties. Hammies, obviously having watched the Bulls from last year, played a typical ‘first channel style of rugby’. UCT, led by Bodo Sieber, in the absence of the injured Kevin Foote, let opportunities slip through their fingers throughout the first half, but some great interplay and running rugby between Richard Lawson, David Clayton and James Richards helped to put some spark into UCT’s attack. 

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