Sporting highlights from the leagues that CUT participated in and/or the institutions current stance. CUT has, in recent years, participated and will participate (2015) in the following leagues/sporting events:
|Vodacom League||CUT men team plays in the Vodacom League (since 2013/14 season). Currently, the team is in the 7th position out of 18 teams.|
|University Sport SA (USSA) Tournament||Both the men and Women teams played at the University Sport SA (USSA) tournament in December 2014.|
The teams qualified and are the regional institution champs.
|FNB Varsity CupFree State Super League|
|CUT Ixias will take part in the FNB Varsity Cup, Free State Super league, USSA tournament (July) and in the 7-a-side USSA tournament in George.|
|FNB Varsity Shield||FNB CUT Ixias is the current reigning 2014 Varsity Shield champions.The team also won in 2011, and 2013 before being promoted to the FNB Varsity Cup tournament following their win in 2014.|
|FNB Varsity Cup Young Guns||CUTs u/21 team will take part in the FNB Varsity Cup Young Guns (u20) competition.|
|Free State Rugby||CUT club teams play in the minor leagues of Free State Rugby.|
|Free State Super League||CUT has 2 teams in the Free State Super league.|
|Free State Cricket Minor League(s)||3 more teams play in the Free State Cricket`s minor leagues.|
|Free State Cricket Women League||CUTs Women team plays in the Free State Cricket Women League on Sundays.|
|USSA Tournament||CUT cricket take part at the USSA Cricket Tournament (December).|
CUT cricket pays it forward
CUT’s 4th cricket team has a development programme that exposes u/18 school learners to the next level of cricket. The learners included in the team are Louis Botha Technical High School pupils.
Learners in need from the schools, Dr Viljoen Combined, Wilgehof Primary, and Roseview Primary (u/13 and u/15) are coached by CUT 1 st team on Tuesdays and Thursdays as part of CUT and Free State Cricket`s development programme.
|Free State Volleyball Local League||Men and women teams play in the Free State Volleyball Local League and both teams compete in the USSA Tournament yearly.|
|Free State Hockey Super League||Men and women teams compete in the Free State Super League.|
|Free State Hockey Minor League||3 further teams compete in the Free State minor leagues.|
|USSA Tournament||Both teams compete in the league (July).|
CUT hockey pays it forward
The women’s hockey team takes part in the development programme. CUT’s women in the 3rd league also consists of Fichardtpark High school learners, coached by CUT students.
|Free State Netball League||CUT teams compete in the Free State Netball League.|
|USSA Tournament||Students have access to two local golf clubs; the Bloemfontein and Schoeman Park Golf Clubs.The selected team competes in the USSA tournament (July).|
|Free State 2nd League||Students have access to two local golf clubs; the Bloemfontein and Schoeman Park Golf Clubs.The selected team competes in the USSA tournament (July).|
CUT tennis pays it forward
A development coaching programme for students in need takes place every Wednesday at CUT’s tennis courts. The session is coached by a professional and starts at 18:00.
|Free State Athletics||Men and women take part in Free State Athletics meetings.|
|USSA Tournament||The selected team competes in the USSA tournament (December).|
|Free State League||Men and Women compete in the Free State league.|
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