Varsity Cup

Varsity Cup amends white card review

2016-01-13 06:55
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Cape Town - The Varsity Cup has amended the White Card review system to be used in this year's tournament.

The White Card review system was introduced in 2015 to allow teams the opportunity to ask the referee to review a decision or non-decision in all televised matches.

However, in 2016 the system will only be used in the semi-finals (Monday, March 28) and final (Monday, April 11) - which will both be screened live on SuperSport.

Furthermore, each team will be limited to one review per half.

The change will only be tested in the Varsity Cup and will not affect the Varsity Shield, Koshuis Cup or the Young Guns.

This year's tournament kicks off on Monday, February 8.

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Monday, 24 February 2020
CUT v UCT Ikeys, CUT Stadium 19:00
UP-Tuks v Shimlas, Tuks Stadium 19:00
UWC v Maties, UWC Sports Stadium 19:00
Wits v NWU, Wits Rugby Stadium 19:00
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Maties v UP-Tuks, Danie Craven Stadium 19:00
NWU v UJ, Fanie du Toit Stadium 19:00
Shimlas v CUT, Shimla Park 19:00
UCT Ikeys v Wits, UCT Rugby Fields 19:00
Monday, 09 March 2020
CUT v UWC, CUT Stadium 19:00
Maties v UCT Ikeys, Danie Craven Stadium 19:00
Shimlas v UJ, Shimla Park 19:00
Wits v UP-Tuks, Wits Rugby Stadium 19:00
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