This Saturday UCT will host Vics from Stellenbsch in their final friendly fixture before the beginning of the Super League. Victorians, much like UCT A feature a lot of Maties ‘Veterans’, many of them were in the side that won the inaugural Cape Town Tens tournament in February.
UCT A now have some of the Varsity Cup fringe players available, with the rest of that squad obvioulsy sitting out after having played in the semi-fi
nal on Monday.
Gunner Huges U20 A’s and the rest of the UCT youngsters are looking to impress against old rivals NNK.
1. Vakai ‘Fish” Hove, 2. Chris Darby, 3. Herbert Mayosi, 4. Pallo Manuel, 5. Bodo Sieber (c), 6. Koslo Moyiake 7. Craig Kleu, 8. Dayne Galley, 9. Kyle Wickins 10. Oliver Braithwaite, 11. Lorenzo Southy, 12. Andre Coetzer, 13. Justin Bijl, 14. Robert Hopwood, 15. Pete Haw
Reserves: 16. Dane “Danger” Jans 17 Wesley Chetty, 18. Graham Knoop, 19. Mzoi Simani, 20. Ian Armstrong,
Saturday 28th March, on the Green Mile
|17:15||FNB UCT A
|–||14:45||FNB UCT B
|–||13.30||FNB UCT C
|–||14:45||FNB UCT U20 A1
||NNK U20 A
|–||13:30||FNB UCT U20 B1 (BABROW XV)||NNK U20 B
|–||13:30||FNB UCT U20 B2 (Jnr TIGERS)||NNK U20 C