Tough start to the season

2018-07-26 06:01
Clinton Herwel will captain UWC in this year’s Varsity Football tournament.

Clinton Herwel will captain UWC in this year’s Varsity Football tournament.

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University of the Western Cape (UWC) will hope to recapture the form which drove them to lift the 2015 this Varsity Football title when the new season commences on Thursday 26 July.

That was the last season the Bellville-based team hoisted the coveted inter-varsity trophy.

With two barren years in which they failed to bolster their trophy cabinet, they will be out to bring back some silverware this time around.

This season will prove to be interesting with the University of Limpopo rejoining the competition.

They proved to be tricky customers before their relegation, and will be joined by University of KwaZulu-Natal, who are entering the tournament for the first time.

The men from Durban won the University Sports South Africa (USSA) competition in the pre-season and will be keen to claim a Capetonian scalp.

UWC have a tough start to the tournament with their first three fixtures being a trip north to Mahikeng to play North-West University (NWU), they then travel to the City of the Gold to play Wits, before finally returning to Cape Town to host the traditionally strong Tshwane University of Technology (TUT).

The Bushies will be led by Clinton Herwel, and the experienced defender will provide strength and leadership to the UWC line up.

University of Pretoria have dominated Varsity Football in the competition’s short history with the Pretoria team winning three titles in five years, with UWC and TUT winning the other two.

UWC will kick-off their season against NWU at the NWU-Mafikeng Stadium at 16:00.

University of the Western Cape (UWC) will hope to recapture the form which drove them to lift the 2015 this Varsity Football title when the new season commences on Thursday 26 July.

That was the last season the Bellville-based team hoisted the coveted inter-varsity trophy.

With two barren years in which they failed to bolster their trophy cabinet, they will be out to bring back some silverware this time around.

This season will prove to be interesting with the University of Limpopo rejoining the competition.

They proved to be tricky customers before their relegation, and will be joined by University of KwaZulu-Natal, who are entering the tournament for the first time.

The men from Durban won the University Sports South Africa (USSA) competition in the pre-season and will be keen to claim a Capetonian scalp.

UWC have a tough start to the tournament with their first three fixtures being a trip north to Mahikeng to play North-West University (NWU), they then travel to the City of the Gold to play Wits, before finally returning to Cape Town to host the traditionally strong Tshwane University of Technology (TUT).

The Bushies will be led by Clinton Herwel, and the experienced defender will provide strength and leadership to the UWC line up.

University of Pretoria have dominated Varsity Football in the competition’s short history with the Pretoria team winning three titles in five years, with UWC and TUT winning the other two.

UWC will kick-off their season against NWU at the NWU-Mafikeng Stadium at 16:00.

University of the Western Cape (UWC) will hope to recapture the form which drove them to lift the 2015 this Varsity Football title when the new season commences on Thursday 26 July.

That was the last season the Bellville-based team hoisted the coveted inter-varsity trophy.

With two barren years in which they failed to bolster their trophy cabinet, they will be out to bring back some silverware this time around. This season will prove to be interesting with the University of Limpopo rejoining the competition.

They proved to be tricky customers before their relegation, and will be joined by University of KwaZulu-Natal, who are entering the tournament for the first time.

The men from Durban won the University Sports South Africa (USSA) competition in the pre-season and will be keen to claim a Capetonian scalp.

UWC have a tough start to the tournament with their first three fixtures being a trip north to Mahikeng to play North-West University (NWU), they then travel to the City of the Gold to play Wits, before finally returning to Cape Town to host the traditionally strong Tshwane University of Technology (TUT). The Bushies will be led by Clinton Herwel, and the experienced defender will provide strength and leadership to the UWC line up. University of Pretoria have dominated Varsity Football in the competition’s short history with the Pretoria team winning three titles in five years, with UWC and TUT winning the other two.

UWC will kick-off their season against NWU at the NWU-Mafikeng Stadium at 16:00.

University of the Western Cape (UWC) will hope to recapture the form which drove them to lift the 2015 this Varsity Football title when the new season commences on Thursday 26 July.

That was the last season the Bellville-based team hoisted the coveted inter-varsity trophy.

With two barren years in which they failed to bolster their trophy cabinet, they will be out to bring back some silverware this time around.

This season will prove to be interesting with the University of Limpopo rejoining the competition.

They proved to be tricky customers before their relegation, and will be joined by University of KwaZulu-Natal, who are entering the tournament for the first time.

The men from Durban won the University Sports South Africa (USSA) competition in the pre-season and will be keen to claim a Capetonian scalp.

UWC have a tough start to the tournament with their first three fixtures being a trip north to Mahikeng to play North-West University (NWU), they then travel to the City of the Gold to play Wits, before finally returning to Cape Town to host the traditionally strong Tshwane University of Technology (TUT).

The Bushies will be led by Clinton Herwel, and the experienced defender will provide strength and leadership to the UWC line up.

University of Pretoria have dominated Varsity Football in the competition’s short history with the Pretoria team winning three titles in five years, with UWC and TUT winning the other two.

UWC will kick-off their season against NWU at the NWU-Mafikeng Stadium at 16:00.

The University of the Western Cape (UWC) will hope to recapture the form which drove them to lift the 2015 this Varsity Football title when the new season commences on Thursday 26 July.

That was the last season the Bellville-based team hoisted the coveted inter-varsity trophy.

With two barren years in which they failed to bolster their trophy cabinet, they will be out to bring back some silverware this time around.

This season will prove to be interesting with the University of Limpopo rejoining the competition.

They proved to be tricky customers before their relegation, and will be joined by University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN).

(UKZN) entering the tournament for the first time.

The men from Durban won the University Sports South Africa (USSA) competition in the pre-season and will be keen to claim a Capetonian scalp.

UWC have a tough start to the tournament with their first three fixtures being a trip north to Mahikeng to play North-West University (NWU), they then travel to the City of the Gold to play Wits, before finally returning to Cape Town to host the traditionally strong Tshwane University of Technology (TUT).

The Bushies will be led by Clinton Herwel.

It is hoped that the experienced defender will provide strength and leadership to the UWC line up.

University of Pretoria have dominated Varsity Football in the competition’s short history with the Pretoria team winning three titles in five years, with UWC and TUT winning the other two.

UWC will kick-off their season against NWU at the NWU-Mafikeng Stadium at 16:00.

The University of the Western Cape (UWC) will hope to recapture the form which drove them to lift the 2015 this Varsity Football title when the new season commences on Thursday 26 July.

That was the last season the Bellville-based team hoisted the coveted inter-varsity trophy.

With two barren years in which they failed to bolster their trophy cabinet, they will be out to bring back some silverware this time around.

This season will prove to be interesting with the University of Limpopo rejoining the competition.

They proved to be tricky customers before their relegation, and will be joined by University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN).

(UKZN) entering the tournament for the first time.

The men from Durban won the University Sports South Africa (USSA) competition in the pre-season and will be keen to claim a Capetonian scalp.

UWC have a tough start to the tournament with their first three fixtures being a trip north to Mahikeng to play North-West University (NWU), they then travel to the City of the Gold to play Wits, before finally returning to Cape Town to host the traditionally strong Tshwane University of Technology (TUT).

The Bushies will be led by Clinton Herwel.

It is hoped that the experienced defender will provide strength and leadership to the UWC line up.

University of Pretoria have dominated Varsity Football in the competition’s short history with the Pretoria team winning three titles in five years, with UWC and TUT winning the other two.

UWC will kick-off their season against NWU at the NWU-Mafikeng Stadium at 16:00.

University of the Western Cape (UWC) will hope to recapture the form which drove them to lift the 2015 this Varsity Football title when the new season commences on Thursday 26 July.

That was the last season the Bellville-based team hoisted the coveted inter-varsity trophy.

With two barren years in which they failed to bolster their trophy cabinet, they will be out to bring back some silverware this time around.

This season will prove to be interesting with the University of Limpopo rejoining the competition.

They proved to be tricky customers before their relegation, and will be joined by University of KwaZulu-Natal, who are entering the tournament for the first time.

The men from Durban won the University Sports South Africa (USSA) competition in the pre-season and will be keen to claim a Capetonian scalp.

UWC have a tough start to the tournament with their first three fixtures being a trip north to Mahikeng to play North-West University (NWU), they then travel to the City of the Gold to play Wits, before finally returning to Cape Town to host the traditionally strong Tshwane University of Technology (TUT).

The Bushies will be led by Clinton Herwel, and the experienced defender will provide strength and leadership to the UWC line up.

University of Pretoria have dominated Varsity Football in the competition’s short history with the Pretoria team winning three titles in five years, with UWC and TUT winning the other two.

UWC will kick-off their season against NWU at the NWU-Mafikeng Stadium at 16:00.

University of the Western Cape (UWC) will hope to recapture the form which drove them to lift the 2015 this Varsity Football title when the new season commences on Thursday 26 July.

That was the last season the Bellville-based team hoisted the coveted inter-varsity trophy.

With two barren years in which they failed to bolster their trophy cabinet, they will be out to bring back some silverware this time around.

This season will prove to be interesting with the University of Limpopo rejoining the competition.

They proved to be tricky customers before their relegation, and will be joined by University of KwaZulu-Natal, who are entering the tournament for the first time.

The men from Durban won the University Sports South Africa (USSA) competition in the pre-season and will be keen to claim a Capetonian scalp.

UWC have a tough start to the tournament with their first three fixtures being a trip north to Mahikeng to play North-West University (NWU), they then travel to the City of the Gold to play Wits, before finally returning to Cape Town to host the traditionally strong Tshwane University of Technology (TUT).

The Bushies will be led by Clinton Herwel, and the experienced defender will provide strength and leadership to the UWC line up.

University of Pretoria have dominated Varsity Football in the competition’s short history with the Pretoria team winning three titles in five years, with UWC and TUT winning the other two.

UWC will kick-off their season against NWU at the NWU-Mafikeng Stadium at 16:00.

University of the Western Cape (UWC) will hope to recapture the form which drove them to lift the 2015 this Varsity Football title when the new season commences on Thursday 26 July.

That was the last season the Bellville-based team hoisted the coveted inter-varsity trophy.

With two barren years in which they failed to bolster their trophy cabinet, they will be out to bring back some silverware this time around.

This season will prove to be interesting with the University of Limpopo rejoining the competition.

They proved to be tricky customers before their relegation, and will be joined by University of KwaZulu-Natal, who are entering the tournament for the first time.

The men from Durban won the University Sports South Africa (USSA) competition in the pre-season and will be keen to claim a Capetonian scalp.

UWC have a tough start to the tournament with their first three fixtures being a trip north to Mahikeng to play North-West University (NWU), they then travel to the City of the Gold to play Wits, before finally returning to Cape Town to host the traditionally strong Tshwane University of Technology (TUT).

The Bushies will be led by Clinton Herwel, and the experienced defender will provide strength and leadership to the UWC line up.

University of Pretoria have dominated Varsity Football in the competition’s short history with the Pretoria team winning three titles in five years, with UWC and TUT winning the other two.

UWC will kick-off their season against NWU at the NWU-Mafikeng Stadium at 16:00.

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