rugby: impi beat cut 39-38 in varsity shield match in bloemfontein

2011-02-22 00:00

THE University of KZN Impi beat the Central University of Technology 39-38 after leading 27-17 at half-time in the Varsity Shield rugby match in Bloemfontein last night.

This was the first time that CUT had been beaten in the competition, while it is UKZN’s second win on the trot after they suffered two losses in their opening matches.

The Impi play University of Western Cape at Peter Booysen Sports Park off Golf Road next Monday at 7 pm.

Other Results: Varsity Shield: University of Fort Hare 18 University of Western Cape 17

Varsity Cup: University of Johannesburg 28 Shimlas 24, Pukke 10 Tuks 35, UCT 49 NMMU 12, TUT 12 Maties 44.

The Impi vs CUT match report will be in tomorrow’s Witness.

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