Not only did Maties once again prove to be the top university in the country by winning the Varsity Cup, but CPUT also proved that they mean business by winning the Varsity Shield trophy - meaning both university trophies are now in the Mother City.
Durbell had a chance to make it three trophies in one week for Cape Town when they played Rustenburg Impala in the final of the Club Champs last Sunday, but couldn’t get over the line in the decider.
Closer to home, we witnessed the first century of the Super League B at Helderberg on Saturday.
The hosts annihilated Rangers 106-8 to go to the top of the standings heading into the Easter break.
In another high-scoring encounter, All Saints were absolutely no match for Vineyards, who thrashed them 70-0.
Bellville also scored a half-century in their match against Busy Bees, winning 54-22, while things were more equal in Belhar where the hosts played to a 31-all draw against Franschhoek.
The shock of the round was undoubtedly Kuilsrivier’s narrow 34-32 win over hosts St Georges.