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Azarrah Karrim: The Eastern Cape University Sport South Africa (USSA) League took place yesterday at Alec Mullins Hall with four competing university basketball teams from around the Eastern Cape.

Teams from Rhodes, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU), University of Fort Hare and Walter Sisulu University battled it out to decide which two teams will advance to nationals at the end of the year.

Published in Oppidan Sport

KATLEGO PHEEHA: Tuks men’s first basketball team played Vaal University of Technology (VUT) in the second game of the Gauteng University Basketball League (GUBL) finals on 20 October.

Having lost the first of the three-match series, Tuks needed to win this match to force a third game to be played. But Tuks was unable to stop the in-form defending champions, and lost 75-64, which saw VUT win their third final in a row.

Published in Perdeby Sport

KATLEGO PHEEHA: Tuks 1 men’s basketball team lost game one of a three-game series for the Gauteng University Basketball League (GUBL) title against defending champions Vaal University. The match, played at Wits University, ended 79-64 in favour of Vaal.

Published in Perdeby Sport

 

Zandi Shabalala: The Wits Horny Bucks won their basketball match by a large margin against the University of Limpopo (ULM) last Sunday at Hall 29.

The fulltime score was 107-22 to the Wits first team.

The first quarter began on a good note for the Horny Bucks with a 22-point lead.

Published in Vuvuzela Sports

KATLEGO PHEEHA: On 15 August the Rembrandt Hall hosted the 2012 TuksBasketball Hostel League finals, which saw Taaibos and Erika end the day as champions.

Published in Perdeby Sport

Rhodes University’s women’s basketball team took on Fort Hare in the tournament's second match on Friday afternoon, beating them convincingly 41 – 25.

Published in Oppidan Sport

 

Luyanda Majija: The Wits women’s basketball first team lost to the University of Johannesburg in Hall 29 on the weekend leaving them with one more chance to qualify for a place in a national tournament.

Published in Vuvuzela Sports

 

Tanyaradzwa: Ashraf Lodewyk, a first team player and an active member of the Wits Basketball Club died in a car accident eight years ago.

WITS Sport will be hosting the 8th annual Ashraf Memorial Basketball Tournament this week to remember the late psychology student.

Published in Vuvuzela Sports

Luyanda Majija: The Wits basketball ladies’ first team lost to the University of Pretoria (Tuks) in Hall 29, on Sunday April 15, in a Gauteng qualifier for a place in a national tournament.

Published in Vuvuzela Sports

TWO players from the Wits Basketball Club have been selected to represent South Africa at this year’s All Africa Games (AAG).

Lebesa Selepe and Wayne Mhlongo play for the Wits men’s first team and have been instrumental in the team’s success for the past two seasons.

Published in Vuvuzela Sports

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