Archive - Oct 26, 2007
Namibia were in control of their ICC Intercontinental match against Canada towards the end of the second dayâ??s play on October 26.
With a few overs remaining, Canada had reached 134 for the loss of three wickets in their first innings in replay to Namibiaâ??s first innings of 480/9 declared.
By Festus Nakatana
Namibiaâ??s national rugby coach Hakkies Husselman said it was not all doom and gloom for the Welwitchias after they failed to win a match at the IRB Rugby World Cup in France.
Jacques Celliers of Team Prowealth had to make use of all his experience as well as a dose of good luck to win the Tour de Windhoek in Namibiaâ??s capital last month.
Dan Craven who rides for Team FidiBC.com in Italy, returned to participate in Namibiaâ??s major cycling tour and started the tour as a strong favourite to win the title.
Namibian captain Bjorn Kotze led Namibiaâ??s fightback with a great century on the second day of their ICC Intercontinental Cup match against Canada on Friday, October 26.
At lunch on the second day, Namibia had reached 431 runs for the loss of 9 wickets, with Kotze not out on 132 and Louis Klazinga not out on 5.
FNB Cup soccer
The first round second leg matches of the FNB Cup competition takes place at Windhoekâ??s Independence Stadium this weekend.
Congo Hindjou will finally make his debut for African Stars against Blue Waters, after missing the start of the season due to a groin injury.
Top Namibian cyclist Dan Cravenâ??s dream of winning a gold medal at next monthâ??s African Cycling Championships will probably not be realised due to a lack of funds.
Craven won a silver medal in the individual time trial at last yearâ??s African Championships in Mauritius when he came second behind Robbie Hunter of South Africa. With Hunter not competing at this yearâ??s event in Cameroon, Craven stands a great chance of winning the gold medal, but the Namibian Cycling Federation does not have funds to send him to Cameroon for the event on November 10 and 11.