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Mackenzie does it again the 3rds power past Tygerberg

Long serving Hammies centre Dan Mackenzie really does enjoy a home a fixture and on Saturday it showed as he produced yet again for the 3rds with no less than 4 tries in a single match.

This is not the first time we have seen Dan with a nose for the try line, but this past week against Tygerberg he was a bulldozer personified and at his very best. Well played man of the match Dan!

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U20 A’s get back to winning ways

After coming off four consecutive losses, the U20A were keen to get back into winning ways.  During the two-week break, we didn’t stop working hard and it showed in their performance against Tygerberg.  We knew Tygerberg weren’t going to be an easy side as they are sitting third on the log and has put in some massive performances against tough opponents. Continue reading U20 A’s get back to winning ways

1st XV win at Florida Park with the fightback of the season

As anticipated the trip out to Florida Park to face a resurgent Tygerberg was as challenging as expected.

Our match preparation had gone according to plan, we had made a number of changes in the lead up which contributed towards our cumbersome start to the match.

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Lazz hatrick gives the 3rd XV 5 points Tygerberg

Last season Hammies 3rds put 90 odd points past Tygerberg. This year it was a different story.
In what quickly became a difficult day, Hammies were disrupted before kick off with winger Dean Wolmarans pulling up with a hamstring injury. Poor Dean couldn’t take part at all, so really bad luck for him. Wish you a speedy recovery.

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Final Hurdle Away At Tygerberg

Our final league fixture finished on a positive note against a strong Tygerberg team who had held Maties to a narrow 17-14 win the week before.

We played some exciting rugby as we ran from all corners but let ourselves down as our finishing was not up to the standards that we had set earlier this season.

We again outscored our opponents 3 tries to 1 with Shane Vallender and Morgan Newman in good form as we let the ball work for us.

We knocked on twice with the try line beckoning and could have scored 2 more had we been more ruthless with our finishing efforts.

Another bonus point slipped away but a good win away from from home 24-10

By Anton Moolman