UCT claimed fifth spot in the Varsity Hockey tournament whilst Rhodes and UJ shared the spoils in the wooden spoon match.
The Ikeys secured a tough 2-1 victory over NMMU, whilst Rhodes and UJ ended deadlocked on 2-2 in their early clash.
UCT opened the scoring against the Madibaz, but the goal only came towards the end of the second chukka, with little to choose between the sides in the opening exchanges.
The Ikeys were struck a blow when two of their players were shown green cards, but the held out well and opened the scoring from a short corner.
They extended their lead to 2-0 when Andrew Winter scored at the end of the final chukka, and although the Madibaz were able to pull one back it was not enough to avoid defeat as they finished in sixth place.
Wits struck first in their wooden spoon match with Rhodes, making the most of their extra player during the first powerplay to take the lead.
However, Rhodes fought back well and managed to equalise with a penalty flick just before the end of the first chukka.
The Grahamstown side had the second powerplay and could not take advantage, although they would take the lead for the first time shortly afterwards.
Wits equalised just before the end of the second chukka with some good improvisation from a short corner and that set up a tense but ultimately goalless final chukka as they shared the spoils.