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UJ beats UP in the 2010 intervarsity

By on March 11, 2010 in News with 1 Comment

The intervarsity is an annual event that takes place between University of Johannesburg and University of Pretoria. The rivalry between the teams goes back years and the intervarsity is an opportunity to gain bragging rights for the season. The basketball games began started at 08h30 with the 2nd teams; both University of Pretoria teams (women […]

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Bees just another fairy tale story

By on August 4, 2009 in League with 0 Comments

Once upon a time in a place about an hour away from Joburg; buzzed the Mamelodi Bees, a team oozing with talented players such as the likes of Lebo, Sophie and young players like Makgotso Moloantoa, Takalani Mfamadi and Matlala Mokoko. This team was very hard to beat and every woman’s team scheduled to play […]

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GBL… The big upset

By on July 30, 2009 in League with 5 Comments

The Gauteng Basketball League is running on a relegation system and teams in the premier league are fighting for a spot in the playoffs. Egoli Magic is leading the pack; having played eight games with no losses and by the looks of things; they’re going to remain unbeaten for the 2009 GBL season. This past […]

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GBL round up for weekend 10/11 May

By on May 11, 2009 in League with 6 Comments

Early premier games… Pretoria Heat defeated Wits Alumni in an epic battle that was close throughout with great performances from Wits Alumni’s Mboshe and Pretoria Heat’s Neo Mothiba and Gedeon Mulamba. Final score Pretoria Heat 109 – Wits Alumni 97. Sunday games… For the second week running, Mamelodi Bees ladies were defeated by Wits University […]

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GBL Premier games round up – 3/05/2009

By on May 8, 2009 in League with 2 Comments

University of Johannesburg vs. University of Pretoria – Ladies Premier This was a rematch of the USSA 2009 semi final that UJ won convincingly. This time there were a few added surprises to the game with Tuks recalling their veterans in Nicky de Villiers and Sibongile Maswanganye to their squad while UJ looked like they […]

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