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Excellent Varsity Shield start by UWC
 31-Jan-12




 Western Province Premier League B Champions,
 University of the Western Cape (UWC) made an
 excellent start to their 2012 Varsity Shield
 campaign. In an excellent display of running
 rugby, the students from Bush, beat their Fort
 Hare counterparts by 36-13. This was sweet
 revenge, for in the corresponding fixture last
 season, Fort Hare sneaked home by 18-17.

 The Bellville students looked dangerous,
 whenever they were in posession and scored an
 early try, via left wing Cheslyn Roberts, from a full
 back line movement. Roberts scored two further
 tries and a penalty try close to the end of the
 match, ensured that UWC left the Eastern Cape
 town of Alice with a bonus point victory.
 Even though Roberts ran in a hat-trick of tries, the
 Man of the Match award went to the UWC captain
 and hooker Charlton van Jaarsveld. The skipper
 led from the front and was always in the thick of
 things. Another player who looked sharp and
 showed why he was part of the 2011 WP under
 21 squad, was scrum-half Freddie Muller. He was
 always a threat on attack and kept the Fort Hare
 defence busy.

 The newly promoted WP Premier League A outfit
 will want to build on this performance and put in a
 challenge for the Shield. This will help them
 qualify for the main tournament, the Varsity Cup in
 2013.

 An interesting point about last night's game, was
 that in the Varisty Shield and Cup, conversions
 will be worth 3 points, while a penalty and a drop
 goal will be worth only 2 points. This innovation
 was introduced to motivate teams to play more
 enterprsing rugby and go for tries instead of
 penalties or drop goals.


 It is still too early to say whether this innovation
 will have the desired effect. Based on this
 performance from UWC, it might just be
 something which work in their favour.




Posted by Ierfaan Cassiem. Posted In : Varsity Cup


SK Hyenas take the honours
 29-Jan-12

Schotsche Kloof Hyenas won the inaugural
Lester Witbooi Rugby League Sevens
tournament held at the Goodwood sportsfield
on Friday night.<?
The Bo Kaap-based team beat the Witbooi
Invitational Raiders 28-8 in an entertaining final
played in front of an appreciative crowd.
Eight teams competed in the tournament and
the sides were divided into two groups, where
they played each other on a round-robin basis.
Apart from the Hyenas and Raiders, the other
six teams that competed were: Goodwood
Dolph...
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Posted by Ierfaan Cassiem. Posted In : Rugby League


Belhar RFC primed for bigger things in 2012
 20-Jan-12


 Belhar Training at the Beach

 With the 2012 Club Rugby Fixtures having been
 released this week, the excitement is in the air
 amongst all clubs in the Western Province.
 We at www.irfaansquared.com, was priviliged to
 spend a hour chatting about the forthcoming season
 with the coach of Belhar, the legendary Irvin October,
 Manager. Lyndon Julius and new recruit, former Bulls
 and Springbok scrum-half Norman Jordaan.


 The club is really excited about the prospect of
 playing the SLA for the second season...
 Continue reading...
Posted by Ierfaan Cassiem. Posted In : News

Clubs buzzing
 16-Jan-12


 By Ierfaan Cassiem

 With all the despair in the mainstream media
 about the departure of Rassie Erasmus as Head
 Professional Coach at WP, spare a thought for all
 those club players who have been sweating it out
 in preparation for the new season. Much has been
 made of the fact that in the Free State there are
 only 5 clubs, compared to the 86 in WP.
 The existence of these 86 clubs, is a sign that the
 game is alive and well down here at the southern
 most tip of Africa. Rassie had 86 clubs to tap int...

 Continue reading...
Posted by Ierfaan Cassiem. Posted In : News

WP Club Rugby a way forward
 2-Jan-12
 For many years now, it is widely accepted that the
 Western Province Super League A, is the
 strongest club rugby league in South Africa. Apart
 from the two universities, UCT and Stellenbosch,
 who between them have won every Varsity Cup
 since inception in 2008, clubs like Hamiltons,
 Schotche-Kloof Walmers, Durbanville and False
 Bay, boasts teams who are capable of beating the
 best from all over the country.


 From February to April every year, UCT and
 Stellenbosch play in the Varsity Cup, but what...

 Continue reading...
Posted by Ierfaan Cassiem. Posted In : News

Rugby League - Lester Wibooi 7s Press Release
 31-Dec-11
After a break of more than 10 years, rugby league is making
its return to Cape Town in 2012, in the form of a sevens
tournament at the Goodwood sportsfields.<?

Eight teams will participate in the inaugural Lester Witbooi
Memorial Sevens Rugby League tournament which will be
held on Friday January 27 in Goodwood.

Rugby lovers and all sports enthusiasts are encouraged to
attend the matches, which will be for players aged from 16
years upwards.
The Western Province Rugby Football League (WPRFL)...

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Posted by Ierfaan Cassiem. Posted In : Rugby League


Is Rugby League an alternative to Union?
 28-Dec-11
 In South Africa rugby is a massive sport. South
 Africa is one of only 3 countries, who have won
 the rugby union world cup more than once. The
 other two twice world cup winners are fellow
 Southern Hemisphere giants, Australia and New
 Zealand. Whilst rugby union is big in those 2
 countries, there is also another rugby code,
 namely rugby league which is big in those 2
 countries.


 Rugby league, like the union game, is a full
 contact sport, but it is played by two teams of
 thirteen players each. The...
 Continue reading...
Posted by Ierfaan Cassiem. Posted In : News

Matt Kemp the Springbok
 14-Dec-11
 Many will know Matt Kemp as one of the fast
 developing rugby referees in the Western
 Province. Kemp is still a relatively young man and
 has also recently been added to the National
 referees panel.
 Something which is less know is that Kemp, is
 also a national Waterpolo player. He is the
 goalkeeper of the National team and has been
 playing waterpolo for a number of years now.
 He is currently a member of the University of
 Cape Town club and also coaches at local school
 SACS.
 Continue reading...
Posted by Ierfaan Cassiem. Posted In : News


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