TuksCricket is proud to be associated with Assupol, its sponsor. For more information on Assupol, click here.
The TuksCricket Club was founded in 1919 as a men's cricket club and the club broadened its horizons in 1996 by starting a women’s cricket team. Assupol TuksCricket is not only a cricket club, in 2008, Rob Walter – currently the Otago Volts Head Coach – started the TuksCricket Academy which consists of a junior and senior academy.
In the 2015/2016 Season, Assupol TuksCricket won the NCU Premier League for the sixth year in a row, the NCU Knock Out Competition for the seventh year in a row and the NCU T20 Club Competition for the fourth year in a row.
In the beginning of 2016, Assupol TuksCricket won the second Varsity Cricket Week in Potchefstroom and so in September 2016, Assupol TuksCricket represented South Africa at the Red Bull Campus Cricket World Finals for the third year in a row. This Student World Cup was hosted in Sri Lanka this year.
At the end of 2015 Assupol TuksCricket won the TuksSport Club of the Year Award, the TuksSport Team of the Year Award and former head coach, Pierre de Bruyn won the TuksSport Coach of the Year Award.
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