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Varsity Sports Updates (NCAA Season 90 Game Day Review)- SBC Red Cubs win 6th straight crown, takes Game 3: 78-65(OT); Caracut scores big as MIT goes down fighting

25 October 2014,

Saturday,

4 p.m.,

SM Mall of Asia Arena,

Pasay City

One big fight.

One big roar.

The Mapua (Malayan High School of Science) Red Robins fought with pride till the end. 1,361 more words

KOVSIES ARE THE 2014 VARSITY NETBALL WINNERS

Pretoria, 20 October 2014 – Kovsies handed hosts UP-Tuks their only defeat of the season to retain their Varsity Netball crown today. Although they had to travel to Pretoria to play the previously unbeaten UP-Tuks, Kovsies showed their pedigree with a polished performance. 232 more words

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VARSITY NETBALL FINAL ON MONDAY 20 OCTOBER

After a gruelling five weeks of group stages and semis, it’s finally come down to the strongest teams of the season, Kovsies and UP-Tuks, who will battle it out on Monday evening. 369 more words

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KOVSIES AND TUKS ARE THROUGH TO THE VARSITY NETBALL FINAL

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Defending Varsity Netball champions Kovsies held on for a tough 51-45 semi-final victory over NWU-Pukke today in Bloemfontein whilst UP-Tuks continued their unbeaten run and booked a place in the Varsity Netball final with a clinical 68-46 victory over Maties. 789 more words

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Varsity Netball semi-final action takes place on Monday

 

With only two weeks left in the Varsity Netball tournament, Monday promises a nail biting event with everything on the line as the semi-finals kick off. 381 more words

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TUKS, NWU, KOVSIES AND MATIES ARE THROUGH TO THE SEMI FINALS

After seven rounds of intense Netball action, the time has come for the top four teams to battle it out to for the Varsity Netball title 2014. 948 more words

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NWU-PUKKE SEE THEIR FIRST DEFEAT OF THE COMPETITION

Today saw the first of two gruelling matches set to take place in Soweto this week. TUKS, NWU, Kovsies and Maties are fighting for the lead as they continue to place top four. 878 more words

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