On 3 March and 4 March TuksTennis hosted the 2018 leg of the Student Club Champs. The championship will continue on 10 March and the competition is open to all UP students.
On 5 March FNB TuksRugby will take on FNB NWU at 16:45. At 19:00, Maroela’s rugby team, currently third on the FNB Res Rugby Championship log, will take on FNB Patria (NWU). Both games will be played at the TuksRugby Stadium.
TuksAthletics hosted their first meeting of the year on Friday, 2 March. The meeting included a residence relay race.
TuksNetball will host their third shooter clinic on 14 March. The 2018 coaching clinics will commence on 9 March for primary school level, and 23 March for high school level. Club Manager Riana Bezuidenhout has been appointed the Gauteng Netball president. She is also the Tshwane Netball Vice-Chairwoman, USSA Netball Chairwoman, and the Gauteng Jaguars General Manager.
TuksFencing members competed in the SA National Youth Championships hosted in Cape Town on 3 and 4 February, and they finished in second place overall. Gauteng as a province collected more medals than Free State and Western Cape, with 8 Gold, 10 Silver and 11 bronze medals.
The first years competed in a residence Valentine’s basketball tournament on 15 February. During the semi-finals for women, Nerina beat Curlitzia 14-4, and Magrietjie won against Zinnia 18-0. During the semi-finals for men, Taaibos won against Kiaat with a score of 17-0, and Dregeana Day House won 22-4 against Boekenhout. The finals saw Nerina take on Magrietjie to beat them 6-4. Dregeana won the men’s finals by beating Taaibos 20-14.