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August, 2017

  • 18 August

    English Premiere League: Recap and Preview

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    Wade Pahad The league is back, and back with a bang! Arsenal set the tone for what seems to be a frantic season of football with a nail biting 4-3 victory over Leicester City. Last season’s champions, Chelsea, suffered a surprise 3-2 defeat to Burnley at the Bridge. With Diego …

April, 2016

  • 19 April

    If it ain’t broke, it’s Arsenal

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    Brad Dennett Consistency is rather boring. Consistency is an average cup of tea, every day of the week. Consistency gets stale, and isn’t rewarded if you’re not the best in what you do. Remember that kid in maths who consistently got 60’s? Let’s call him Arsenal. Now Arsenal’s parents aren’t …

March, 2016

  • 16 March

    F11 win St Paddy’s soccer tournament

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    Catherine Berlei | Photo: Cara Stirton F11 was victory during Rhodes University’s annual Saint Patrick’s Day soccer tournament, which was held on Saturday 12 March on King’s Fields. The tournament serves as the pre-season tournament for the Rhodes Internal Soccer League which will begin next semester. The first game was …

September, 2015

  • 23 September

    MSA hold annual soccer fest in memoriam of former student

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    Photo sourced from Shutterstock By Sami Mpindiwa A large supportive crowd, delicious food, yellow cards, goals for the books, close calls, last minute goals…These are just a few phrases to describe the annual Muslim Students Association 5-a-side soccer tournament, held at Prospect Field this past Saturday. The decade old event …

August, 2013

  • 6 August

    Canterbury and Smuts win five-a-side soccer

    Photo by Ashleigh Morris

    By Ashleigh Morris Canterbury House and Jan Smuts came away on Saturday as the winners of the Inter-Res five-a-side soccer after a long day of matches. The women started off the day with their matches, with Adelaide Tambo beating Jammies 2-0. The day steadily progressed and it was eventually Adelaide …