Rugby

Ikey Tigers win World University Cup

2015-09-22 13:06
UCT (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - The University of Cape Town has congratulated its rugby team, the Ikey Tigers, after they won the inaugural World University Rugby Cup at Oxford University on Monday.

The Ikey Tigers beat Trinity College Dublin 17-0 in the final on Monday.

Ikeys coach, Kevin Musikanth, commented: “Captain Guy Alexander and his loose trio partners Michael Botha and Jason Klaasens spearheaded the tournament winners."

"Good performances from James Kilroe (lock), Rob Anderson (fly half) and Paul Cohen (full back) ensured that the Ikey tigers became the inaugural World University Rugby champions.”

Universities from England, New Zealand, Canada, Russia, South Africa, Ireland and Japan participated in the tournament.

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