Archive - Sep 18, 2008
Log leaders Reho Falcon and Wanderers meet in a top of the log MTC Premier League rugby clash in Rehoboth on Saturday.
Both teams are on 57 points although Reho Falcon are at the top with a slightly better goal aggregate.
Both teams are assured of places in the semifinals but a lot of pride will be at stake and Wanderers will want to take revenge after losing 36-24 to Falcon at home earlier in the season.
It is now almost certain that Namibian welterweight champion Betuel ‘Tyson’ Uushona will return to the ring next week after a lengthy absence from competitive action. Uushona is expected to trade blows with Zimbabwean boxer Richard Hwacha, who arrived in Namibia this week.
In an interview with Namibia Sport, Hwacha’s trainer Thomas Kambuyi said his boxer was unable to face the Namibian pugilist this weekend. “We just got the news from the promoter that the fight has been postponed and it’s really a welcome relief for us. We are still tired at the moment,’’ said Kambuyi.
By Bernd Kroemer
For the very first time the 9th Namibian Moto Cross championship race will be held on the new MX-track in Okahandja. Under the able leaderships of Jaco and Cher Muller the Okahandja Moto Cross Club has built a great track; six months of heavy labour have definitely paid off. If the track lives up to its promise, Okahandja can become a centre for Namibian MX-sport.
Okahandja MX-Festival of Speed is the official title of this event.