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Remembering Doc Cecil Moss: Memorial Day Photos

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UCT Rugby Club celebrated the life of South African rugby legend and former University of Cape Town (UCT) Rugby Football Club president and coach, Doc Cecil Moss, at the Doc Moss Memorial Day on the Green Mile on Saturday, 19 January 2019.
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Catching up with Ikey legend, Dallen Stanford

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Catching up with Ikey legend, Dallen Stanford, who was one of the smallest centres to ever roam the Green Mile – but who put in bone jaring hits!
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Ikeys Continue to Support the VUSA Programme

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UCT Rugby Club is proud to announce its ongoing support of the VUSA rugby and learning academy, which offers disadvantaged children across the wider Cape Town community a structured program to develop their rugby skills.
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Inside the Ikeys Varsity Cup 2019, with Head Coach Christiaan Esterhuizen

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The Ikeys kicked off their 2019 Varsity Cup campaign with an important 32-24 win over newly promoted UWC, before suffering a 5-66 loss to the reigning champions, Maties.
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Becoming An Ikey Tiger for the Rest of Your Life

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Rugby reveals you. It also builds you up, and empowers you to become successful in multiple facets of life, and UCT Rugby Club is the best University in the country, the continent, and possibly even the world, to help you forge a successful future.
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A Tribute to Piet Olivier: An Ikey Giant

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A Tribute to Piet Olivier, an Ikey Giant who, on the rugby field was the ultimate competitor, possessed of power, speed and great skill.
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FNB Maties Run Rampant On The Green Mile

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The final match-up of game week two in the FNB Varsity Cup saw FNB UCT host FNB Maties on the Green Mile in the 107th meeting between these two sides.
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FNB Ikey Tigers Prepare To Host Defending Champions FNB Maties

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In round two of the FNB Varsity Cup, the Green Mile will play host to one of the oldest university rugby rivalries in the country when FNB UCT host defending champions FNB Maties.
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FNB UCT IKEYS Dig Deep To Edge Out FNB UWC In Local Derby

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Last night the lights on the Green Mile shone ever so bright as FNB UCT kicked off their 2019 Varsity Cup campaign with a thrilling 32-24 victory over newly promoted Cape rivals FNB UWC.
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The Boys Are Back in Town

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The 2019 edition of the FNB Varsity Cup kicks off on Monday the 4th of February with a fresh new local derby that sees the FNB Ikey Tigers host FNB UWC on the Green Mile for the first time in the competition’s history.
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Ikeys in the News: October 2018

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Ikeys continue to be influential in rugby around the World. Looking at the updates one of the significant statistics to stand out is the number of Ikeys in leadership roles. Siya Kolisi for the Springboks, Dillyn LLeyds (WP), Nama Xaba (WP under 21), Michael Willemse (Kings) and Don Armand (Exeter, UK).
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USSA 2018 Tour Brings Ikeys Together

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After weeks of preparation, the time eventually came for the Ikey Hurricanes to hit USSA in the Big Smoke. A classic airport Mug and Bean brekkie made up for the 8am flight, and then we were finally off. Our base for the week, the Devonshire hotel, once THE party spot in Jozi, had been the subject of much debate and discussion, and boy did it live up to it.
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UCT Swifts Bag Historic Victory Over Maties

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On Saturday, 29th September, UCT's first ever women's rugby team made their Sevens debut and secured their first victory as a team. The Ikeys Swifts, as they have officially named themselves, played against the Maties women's team on the Green Mile. They played brilliantly, winning one of their games against the Stellenbosch team by five tries.
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Shisa Nyama: Celebrating Culture & Heritage at UCT RFC AGM

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UCT RFC successfully hosted our AGM for 2018 on 24th September (Heritage Day) in conjunction with our 'Shisa Nyama’ evening (meaning “burn meat” in Zulu) as part of celebrating our culture and heritage with our community.
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Ikeys Launch School of Leadership Programme

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UCT RFC is incredibly excited to have recently launched the UCT RFC School of Leadership Programme. The objective of the course is to marry leadership required on the field, off the field, in our board rooms and then into the workplace. In addition, the programme also has a tier in place which aligns with participants’ present levels of involvement in the Club.