Archive - Nov 12, 2006
Jerome Louis once again scored Black Africaâ??s winning goal as the Lively Lions downed Friends 1-0 on Sunday, for a perfect start to the new season.
The previous day Louis scored the winner against Civics and on Sunday he made it two in a row.
A second half equaliser by William Chilufya gave Civics a point against Orlando Pirates on Sunday and saved them the ignominy of starting their title defence with two straight defeats.
After going down 1-0 to Black Africa the previous day, Civics once again looked out of sorts against Pirates, who will feel disappointed for not taking three points from the game.
African Stars opened their campaign on a high note when they dismissed Eleven Arrows 3-1 at the SKW field on Saturday, November 11.
In an exciting encounter, Stars dominated proceedings from the opening whistle and forced a corner kick in the opening two minutes of the match.
SKW came from a goal down to beat Blue Waters 3-2 in their opening match of the season at the SKW field on Saturday, November 11.
Blue Waters went ahead in the 23rd minute through Celestine Wasserfall who scrambled the ball home from a goalmouth melee.
Namibia qualified for the 2007 Rugby World Cup after convincingly beating Morocco 27-8 in Casablanca on November 11.
Despite holding an 18-point advantage after winning the first leg 25-7 in Windhoek, Namibia went all out for a victory. They soaked up Moroccoâ??s pressure with a great disciplined and defensive display, and then put the issue beyond doubt with some great tries in the second half.