Round Six of Varsity Football produced 23 goals - 10 coming in one game - and has set up a very exciting conclusion to the competition with five teams still in the running to claim the last three available spots.
With TUT securing top spot and a guaranteed home semifinal and possible home final following their 4-0 victory over second-placed CUT, it is no surprise that they dominate this week's selections with four players.
The other victors of the round, NWU-Mafikeng - who beat defending champions UWC 4-3, UJ - who beat Wits 2-0 and UP-Tuks - who dismantled Fort Hare 9-1, have gained two places each while UWC's sole representative makes up the team.
Dumisani Msibi (TUT)
Another clean sheet for the highly rated goalkeeper, characterised by a fine penalty save.
Matthew Edwards (UJ)
Another clinical display that proves just how valuable he is to his side's defence.
Sipho Sibiya (TUT)
Continues to show his aerial prowess by bagging another set-piece goal.
Eathon Swartz (UWC)
Remains the rock at the back for UWC, even if it was in a losing cause.
Thabang Motau (TUT)
Just when you thought he could not get any better, he turns up the style.
Mogomotsi Molefe (NWU)
Ran riot down the right flank and proved hard to stop throughout the encounter with UWC.
Mogau Khwinana (UP-Tuks)
Capped off a dominant display by bagging a hat-trick against Fort Hare.
Katlego Ntsabeleng (UJ)
Was at the heart of all UJ'S attacks and the sublime control he showed for his first goal displayed what a talented footballer he is.
Jacob Hlalele (TUT)
He was once again at the heart of TUT's game plan and continues to run the show.
Orebotse Mongae (NWU)
Turned in a match-winning performance that exploited weak spots in the UWC defence.
Frank Mpedi (UP-Tuks)
Led the attacking charge for the two-time champions in a dominant display over Fort Hare.
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