UP-Tuks ran rampant to cross for 14 tries as they defeated CUT Ixias 100-0 in the sixth round of the Varsity Cup rugby competition in Pretoria on Monday.
In doing so, they set a new record after passing the mark of 93-0 set by University of Johannesburg against Tshwane University of Technology in 2012.
Tuks opened the scoring after six minutes and never looked back as Joshua Stander, Neethling Fouche and Dewald Naude each scored three tries.
Manie Libbok was the Player That Rocks, crossing for two tries and kicking five conversions for a personal tally of 20 points.
UJ won their third straight match as they doused a strong performance by NMMU Madibaz to win 36-28 in Johannesburg.
The home side dictated the first half from the start, crossing for tries by props Nico du Plessis and Waldo Weideman.
Madibaz scored through flyhalf Thomas Kean, but trailed 17-5 at the break.
The visitors surged back in the second half with further tries by lock Wynand Grassmann and prop Nicolaas Oosthuizen to lead 19-17.
However, UJ regained the initiative when scrumhalf Johan Esterhuizen and wing Godfrey Ramaboea scored to put them 36-19 ahead.
Madibaz refused to lie down and a late converted try by Simon Bolze made the final score 36-28.
In another one-sided game, Maties outclassed the Shimlas in Bloemfontein, running in eight tries for a 58-12 victory.
The home side made a bad start when scrumhalf Armand Pretorius was yellow-carded early on for not retreating 10 metres near their tryline.
Maties seized their chance and a backline movement saw wing Edwill van der Merwe open their scoring.
They scored three more tries before Shimlas replied through scrumhalf Armand Pretorius to make it 23-5.
Each team crossed once more before the break which gave Maties a 32-12 lead going into the second half.
Maties wing Van der Merwe rounded off a fine backline move for his second try as the visitors took control. He added a third soon afterwards and further tries by flank Johan van Niekerk and fullback Craig Barry completed their scoring.
Wits piled on the misery for NWU-Pukke when they defeated them 22-13.
The winners overcame a 13-7 halftime deficit to hit back in the second half, first through a try by Constant Beckerling to make it 13-12.
Lacking discipline, Pukke conceded a penalty to concede the lead 15-13 and then Manuel Rass sealed the game for Wits with a converted try.
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