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USSA 2017: It’s a wrap – WITS University takes it all

By on July 8, 2017 in News with 0 Comments
USSA 2017: It’s a wrap – WITS University takes it all

Gauteng the home of champions as they say – Wits Ladies and Mens’ teams came and conquered all before them at the USSA tournament hosted at the University of Stellenbosch in the 2017 edition of the USSA basketball games. With the picturesque University of Stellenbosch as a backdrop to a week of competitive games, universities […]

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Ashraf Lodewyk Memorial Tournament 2011

By on May 17, 2011 in FanZone with 0 Comments

DAY 1 RESULTS, 12 MAY 2011: COURT A: University of Witwatersrand 1st v. Wanderers Scorpions (M)…54-34 Monash University v. University of Johannesburg (W)…22-60 Diepkloof Ball Addicts v. Vaal University of Technology (M)…32-58 Braamfontein Blues v. Monash University (M)…51-36 COURT B: Momentum v. Randburg Rhinos (M)…39-69 University of Witwatersrand 2nd v. Soweto Raptors (W)…21-68 Goodfellas v. […]

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2010 Gauteng Senior Trials for Men and Women

By on November 6, 2010 in News with 2 Comments
2010 Gauteng Senior Trials for Men and Women

Invitation for Gauteng Trials Please make available your players for trials for the Gauteng Senior squad ¬≠taking place at the UJ outdoor courts on Bunting Road. The trials will start at 9 am on November 13 and players are requested to be in time. The trials are in preparation for the Senior Provincial tournament in […]

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GUBL 2010 finale

By on October 19, 2010 in League with 0 Comments

The curtain came down on the 2010 season of the inaugural Gauteng University Basketball League with VUT claiming the top price in the Men’s division and UJ taking it in the Ladies division. The finals were held for the first time in Van der Bijl Park and in what proved to be a close affair […]

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Ashraf tournament 2010 low down

By on April 27, 2010 in News with 0 Comments

Last week Wits University remembered one of its fallen heroes with the annual Ashraf tournament. For the first time in a long time the tournament was very well attended, maybe an indication that the basketball public and players are starving for some local action in Gauteng. Some of the interesting clashes in the preliminary rounds […]

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