Ikeys vs NNK in end of half show down

UCT fans
Homeground advantage for the Tigers tonight

UCT host NNK tonight at 6.30 on the Green Mile in what will be their last match fo the 1st half of the Super League A. UCT who lost so narrowly and in the last second to Hamilton’s are ready to prove a point and take a win into the halftime break.

UCT coach John Dobson will field a strong team to take on the northern suburbs side. Dylan Rogers is back from injury and powerhouse center Pieter Engelbrecht has returned – temporarily – from the Golden Lions. 

NNK recently beat Durbel and are currently sitting 7th in the log, with 4 losses and 4 wins to their name. The Ikeys who have two games in hand are currently 5th.
UCT’s Kraaifontein fixture that had been re-scheduled for the 20th of June will be played later in the season.

Remember the UCT RFC Black Tie Dinner tonight at the Cape Sun Hotel – click here for more.

UCT Ikey Tigers: 15 Therlow Pietersen, 14 Pete Haw, 13 Pieter Englebrecht, 12 Sean van Tonder, 11 Marcello Sampson, 10 Matt Rosslee, 9 JP Robert, 8 Nick Fenton-Wells, 7 Craig Kleu, 6 Luzuko Panya, 5 Michael Passaportis, 4 Bodo Sieber (captain), 3 Herbie Mayosi, 2 Mark Goosen, 1 Ashley Wells.
Replacements: 16 Chris Darby, 17 Vakai Hove, 18 Dylan Rogers, 19 Don Armand, 20 AN Other, 21 Ian Armstrong, 22 Oliver Braithwright.

Super League A logs:

team – played – won - draw – lost

1. HAMILTONS      9      9      0      0     
2. FNB MATIES     8     6     1     1    
3. STEINHOFF VICS     9     5     0     4    
4. DURB-BELL      8     5     0     3    
5. FNB UCT     U C T     7     4     1     2    
6. SK-WALMERS     9     3     0     6  
7. NNK      8     4     0     4   
8. HELDERBERG      8     2     0     6   
9. VILLAGER         8     2     0     6    
10. KRAAIFONTEIN      8     0     0     8    

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