Assupol TuksCricket - The number one cricket club in South Africa and the number one varsity cricket team in the world
Varsity Cricket Winners 2015
Varsity Cricket Winners 2015
NCU Premier League Winners - 5th Year in a Row
NCU Premier League Winners - 5th Year in a Row
Red Bull Campus Cricket World Final Winners 2014
Red Bull Campus Cricket World Final Winners 2014

It's an environment for students to take their cricket to the next level and still have a balanced student life

Assupol TuksCricket

 TuksCricket

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 The TuksCricket Club was started 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 Unlimited Titans Head Coach – started the TuksCricket Academy which consists of a junior a senior academy.
 
 In the 2014/2015 season Assupol TuksCricket won the NCU Premier League for the fifth year in a row, the NCU Knock Out Competition for the sixth year in a row and the NCU T20 Club Competition for the thrid year in a row. Tuks 1 also won USSA for the second consecutive year, the Red Bull Campus Cricket SA Finals and the Momentum National Club Championships for the third year in a row. At the end of 2014 Assupol TuksCricket won the TuksSport Club of the Year Award, the TuksSport Team of the Year Award and head coach, Pierre de Bruyn won the TuksSport Coach of the Year Award.
 
Assupol TuksCricket were also awared as the Team of the Year at the Gauteng Sports Awards.
 
In 2014, South Africa were invited to take part in the Red Bull Campus Cricket World Finals - a University World Cup - for the first time. Assupol TuksCricket represented South Africa and are now the best university cricket team in the world.

At the start of 2015 Assupol TuksCricket won the inaugrual Varsity Cricket Week in Potchefstroom. After winning this tournament Tuks will once again represent South Africa at the Red Bull Campus Cricket World Finals to defend their title. This year it will be hosted in India in October.

Currently the TuksCricket coaching staff include, Head Coach, Pierre de Bruyn (Former Titans and Dolphins player), Chris van Noordwyk (former Titans Head coach), Andre Nel (Former Protea player) and Aldin Smith (Former Titans player).

TuksCricket is a great platform for cricketers who want to take their cricket to the next level. Currently four national captains are TuksCricket players, namely AB de Villiers (SA ODI Captain), Faf du Plessis (SA T20 Captain), Mignon du Preez (SA Ladies Captain) and Aiden Markram (SA U19 World Cup Winning Captain).

Other TuksCricket players who have made it to the next level include Morne Morkel (SA), Albie Morkel (SA), Neil Wagner (NZ), Kruger van Wyk (NZ), Sune Luus (SA Ladies) Aiden Markram (SA u19), Corbin Bosch (SA u19), Graeme van Buuren (Titans), Theunis de Bruyn (Titans), Tumi Masekela (Knights) and Matthew Pillans (Dolphins) amongst others

Assupol TuksCricket is currently ranked as the number 1 club team in the country and the number 1 university team in the world. 

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Assupol TuksCricket Varsity Cricket 2015 Winners

 

Assupol TuksCricket has been crowned as the best Varsity Cricket team in South Africa after winning the inaugural Varsity Cricket Week in Potchefstroom. Tuks won 6 out of their 7 group games to end at the top of the log after the group stages.

Tuks played against UJ in the first semi-final and beat the Johannesburg team by 59 runs and found themselves in the final at against Maties.

Tuks once again proved why they are the world champions and beat Maties by 5 wickets in a high-pressure match. Vincent Moore was the bowler of the match in the final with figures of 4-0-18-2 and Gerry Pike was awarded the batsmen of the match and man of the match award after top-scoring for Tuks with 50.

After winning this tournament TuksCricket will once again represent South Africa at the Red Bull Campus Cricket World Finals which will be taking place in India in October.

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