The Steinhoff UCT Internal League for 2010 has become more unpredictable after last nights result, as teams are putting together some excellent performances marking their ambitions for 2010 cup success. The event filled evening had some brilliant matches to offer, with a few unexpected and some well deserved results.

The evening started off with rampant Steinhoff Cobras against a confident Steinhoff Spanners team, with a nothing to loose attitude the Spanners played for all they were worth. With the Cobras attacking at every opportunity given, the Spanners had to break at some point. Cobras however was penalised, but a mistake from Spanners flyhalf didn’t find touch with his kick saw Cobras take full advantage to score in the left corner. The game continued with Spanners not willing to give up, but in the end Cobras won the match 10 – 0.
The top of the log clash in group 4 saw Steinhoff Wild Boys against Steinhoff Turtles. Both teams entered the match unbeaten this surely was the clash of the titans in group four for superiority. The match started off well with both teams attacking and making the other defend at times but the Wild Boys wanted this match much more than the Turtles outfit. Wild Boys soon scored twice in succession. With their tail now wagging, the Wild Boys showed how ruthless they could be scoring another five tries to take the wind out of the Turtle’s sails. The game now drawing to and end, Vaughn Terrey Wilds Boys Ace man then decide to make a run from his own half to score under the post. This surely was the final nail in the coffin for the Turtles. Never the less the Turtles still claim second spot in there group. Try scorers for the Wild Boys: Vaughn Terrey x 2 (Top try scorer), Stuart Bucanan, Big Pete, Carl Jansen, Don Pretorius and the one and only Astrin ’GANGSTER’ Petersen.
Steinhoff Magic Lions ran in eight tries to beat College House 42 -12, a dominating performance from the Lions. Magic Lions sending out a message to the rest of the Internal League teams. Catsville won their first game for the 2010 campaign beating Kopano 5 -3 on the night. Catsville impressed everybody that came to watch them, with the smallest front row they showed that they could be physical up front and that’s what won it for them in the end. The Steinhoff Panthers also notched up their first win as they put five tries past a helpless Marquard team. Panthers ran out 27 – 0 victors on the night and on the verge of securing that second place spot in their group. The Steinhoff Tornadoes had a well controlled match against Shebeen boys, almost scoring at will. The win secured the top spot within their group, try scorers for the match: Guy Loxton, Mark Winter, Phil ‘the coach’ Quma and  Shafiek ‘his quick’ Nordien dotting down twice to be joint top scorer in the league.
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