The “take ur time” boys, as the TUT team is affectionately known, took their time and buried the Mafikeng-based NWU. As it stands, TUT is the first and only team that has cemented a spot in the second round of the competition.
With just two games left for the first round, the Tshwane-based side is leading the log with 13 points in five matches, winning four and drawing one match.
Up next, TUT will host second-placed Central University of Technology (CUT), on 22 August at the TUT Stadium.
This promises to be an intriguing contest between two sides that have maintained an unbeaten record in this year's campaign. Both teams have always come out second best in the possession battle during their games and enjoy playing on the counterattack.
Shadrack Nthangeni, Director of Sport and Recreation said that the boys have been phenomenal to watch this season. “Our request is simple to the team – give the University the trophy and you share the prize money. The University has so far received an immense maximum exposure as all the three televised matches recorded our victory,” he added.
TUT is leading the pack with 13 points in five matches, winning
four and drawing one match.
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