Veteran speedster Pete Haw, back to continue his try scoring form (photo Gallo)
UCT are back from the Easter break and also back on the Green Mile which had been occupied by the Two Oceans Marathon of late. They will face Belhar, the new kids in the league.
Belhar have had a tough time adjusting to the pace and ferocity of super league rugby, but have had a close match at home almost beating Villagers and recently surprised high flying Victorians from Stellenbosch to book their valuable first win.
UCT are currently third in the log and will look to make the home game count for a full haul of points. Varsity Cup top points scorer Demetri Catrakilis is back in the team and will add his accurate boot to UCT’s attack. The forwards need to be ready for the dog fight that awaits and are again powered by a quality backrow of JJ Gagiano, Nick Fenton Wells and Zandy Macdonald.
Kick off is 4pm at UCT, all teams will be in action on home soil in earlier games.
UCT Ikey Tigers
15 Paul Cohen, 14 Mark Winter, 13 Nick Holton, 12 Andre Coetzer, 11 Pete Haw, 10 Demetri Catrakilis, 9 Nick Farrar, 8 JJ Gagiano, 7 Nick Fenton-Wells, 6 Alexander Macdonald, 5 Don Armand, 4 Bradley Bosman, 3. Pete Olivier, 2. Neil Rauntenbach, 1. Wesley Chetty
Reserves: Matthew Page, Francoise van Wyk, Kyle Kriel, Greg Mallett, Sharief Hendricks, Ross Jones-Davies, Sabelo Siyakatshana