Archive - Nov 11, 2007
Black Africa remained top of the log after completion of Round Five of the MTC Namibia Premier League over the weekend, but were joined by defending champions Civics on 10 points.
Both teams are on 10 points, but Black Africa have a marginally better goal difference. On Saturday, Black Africa and Ramblers drew 0-0, while Civics beat Orlando Pirates 1-0 on Friday through a goal by Victor Helu.
Ramblers and Black Africa played to a goalless draw in a fast-paced and controversial match at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Saturday, November 10.
In a fast paced match of quick counter attacks, both sides created numerous scoring opportunities.
Mighty Gunners grabbed a valuable away point when they held Cymot SKW to a 0-0 draw in Windhoek on Saturday, November 10.
SKW only had themselves to blame for not winning the match as they dominated possession but could not find the net.
Civics got their title aspirations back on track with a hard fought 1-0 victory against Orlando Pirates on Friday, November 9.
In a fast-paced game, Civics dominated the first half and created several early chances with a Tugela Tuyeni cracker just wide, while Brian Brendell headed wide.
Griqualand West beat Namibia by 149 runs to win their three-day SAA Challenge match at the Wanderers field on Saturday.
Set a huge total of 422 for victory, Namibiaâ??s tail end crumbled, and despite a fine century by Gerrie Snyman, they were all out for 273 runs to give Griquas a comfortable victory.