Archive - Jun 23, 2006
The Boland Cavaliers beat a Namibian Invitation team 58-5 in a friendly match at the Hage Geingoib Rugby Stadium on June 23.
On a chilly winterâ??s night the Namibian team defended well to keep the visitors down to a 13-0 lead at halftime, but after the break the floodgates opened as the visitors ran in a total of eight tries.
By Frederico Links
The bitter wrangling within the Namibia Football Association (NFA) reached new heights in early June when an interim committee, composed of NFA affiliates, took it upon themselves to issue a vote of no-confidence in and summarily dismiss the current NFA executive committee under the leadership of acting NFA president John Muinjo.
Civics striker William Chilufya received the most votes from you, our readers and therefore wins our 2005/2006 MTC Player of the Season award.
Chilufya wins a state of the art cell phone and a trophy sponsored by MTC.
The July 2006 issue of Namibia Sport is on sale now at leading retailers like Model Pick & Pay and CNA.
What a glorious World Cup
Chaos and confusion in Namibian football
Namibiaâ??s national rugby team takes on Boland in a friendly match at the Hage Geingob Stadium in Windhoek tonight, June 23.
The match will serve as a final preparation for Namibiaâ??s World Cup qualifying match against Tunisia in Tunis on July 1. It should be a tough encounter and the Western Cape visitors are expected to provide much tougher opposition than Kenya, whom Namibia beat 84-12 at the end of May.